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Kirkland Dry Rot Repair

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SFW Construction Specializes In Kirkland Dry Rot Repair And Replacement Throughout King County, Washington

SFW Construction is the go-to company for top-quality Kirkland dry rot repair. Kirkland, Washington is located in a prime region for dry rot. The wet Pacific Northwest is a beautiful and green environment as well as a perfect climate for the wood rot that takes hold of the wood surfaces and structure of your Kirkland home. SFW Construction provides professional Kirkland dry rot removal and repair surfaces that rid your home of this pernicious problem. Call today for a free consultation!

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3-Step Dry Rot Removal Process

Find The Root Cause

Perform A Targeted Repair

Seal The Exterior

The SFW Construction team is experienced and knowledgeable. We specialize in resolving all your dry rot issues and eliminating your problem from the source. With our targeted repair process we can restore your home’s structural integrity to its pristine condition and provide you with a long-lasting solution. SFW Construction understands the skill, care, and work needed to inspect, locate, and effectively remove and remediate moisture along with making the necessary repairs caused by dry rot. If you do not want the structural support of your property at risk, give our professionals a call we would be glad to help.

Professional Dry Rot Repair Experts

Being a homeowner can be challenging, especially when unexpected problems arise where you need a contractor. If you have not hired a contractor recently, the search can feel time-consuming and daunting. However, before you hire just any contractor or handyman, we recommend doing some research to understand your problem, what the solution entails, and how to pick the right contractor. Picking the right contractor will be well worth all the effort you choose to put into the search as it could save you from having to re-do the project in the future

“Project started with SFW painting the outside of my house and garage. 40+ years since the house had any paint. SFW took care of some repairs before the paint team could begin. The carpenter team and pre-paint prep teams were wonderful. Everyone was thorough and professional about containing and cleaning up the old lead house paint. The finished repairs and the new paint job looks spectacular.”

∼ Courtney S. • Google – (04/2022)

“The crew showed up daily, on time, and eager to work. Ensuring my project’s scope was completed correctly was priority #1. I appreciated the friendly and efficient work of the crew and the receptive manner of the office staff to any questions. Outstanding attention to detail, constantly and consistently showing up on time, with a great “can do” attitude. In addition, your financing assistance.”

∼ Christopher K. • Guild Quality – (04/2022)

“We asked SFW Construction to repair dry rot and replace railings on our deck. We are delighted with their work – starting with the team supervisor and crew. They were always on time every morning, very clear and respectful in communicating updates, and maintained/cleaned up the worksite well. The results (the deck support and railings) look terrific! We would certainly use them again. Thank you, SFW Construction. ”

∼ Eugene E. • Google – (02/2022)

Common Signs Of Dry Rot

Dry rot, also known as wood rot, is a serious problem that can threaten the structural integrity of your home by eating away and deteriorating the wood. While discovering dry rot you may also notice the discoloration of wood surfaces, a dank mildew smell, or areas in your floor that “give” when you walk upon it are all common indications of dry rot in your home.

Dry rot occurs in areas that are subject to excessive moisture including, but not limited to:

  • Areas of your kitchen and bathroom
  • Deck floorboards, ledger, and posts
  • Floor covering, subfloor, and joists
  • Framing around windows and doors
  • Inside posts, beams, joists, and sills
  • Roof shingles, gutters, soffit, and fascia
  • Walls, baseboards, stiles, and rails

Why Dry Rot Is So Problematic

Dry rot is caused by a wood fungus that thrives in wet or moist wood. It eats away at the aspect of healthy wood that makes it firm and strong, reducing it to start of decay in which the wood cracks, crumbles, and breaks apart easily. Wood rot in such a state of dilapidation is not fit to provide surfaces or a structure for your Kirkland home. If left unattended, dry rot can corrode the wood in your home to the point at which it is actually unsafe to live in.

Dry Rot Repair And Home Restoration

Removing the dry rot in your home and restoring the wood surfaces and structures to a healthy condition are important steps to take in order to keep your home healthy and habitable. SFW Construction has provided professional Kirkland dry rot removal and home restoration services to happy and satisfied Kirkland homeowners for over a decade. As a full-scale general contractor, we are experienced at home inspections and repair work and can ensure that your dry rot problem is resolved entirely. In advanced stages, dry rot can cause significant problems, including damaged siding, decayed flooring, and dilapidated wooden structures. We provide expert siding repair and can address any and all home problems associated with dry rot.

Keep in mind that it is critical to remove all the wood fungus that causes dry rot from your home – even down to the microscopic spores from which it is born. If all the fungus is not extracted, it will likely continue to grow, eat away at the healthy wood in your home and cause dry rot to spread to new sources of healthy wood.

To discuss the problem of dry rot in your Kirkland home – as well as how we can help you to get rid of this issue – call SFW Construction today for a free and comprehensive phone consultation.

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