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Manzanita Dry Rot Repair

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SFW Construction Specializes In Manzanita Dry Rot Repair Throughout Tillamook County, Oregon

SFW Construction has been the leading dry rot repair contractor in the Manzanita, Oregon area since 2005. Providing our customers with top-notch, cost-effective, targeted dry rot repair services. Only using high-quality materials installed by skilled and trained craftsman carpenters. The Oregon coast deals with some of the most brutal rainy weather in the state. If your Manzanita beach house has an opening in its weather-resistant barrier, this can let moisture gain access to your home’s structure and cause dry rot. Moisture most commonly enters a home through construction defects, failed siding, failed exterior paint, window or door leaks, or roofing leaks. Once dry rot has started, it can move fast, affecting large portions of your most significant investment, your home.  SFW Construction is a highly trusted and experienced dry rot repair specialized servicing the Manzanita area.

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What Is Dry Rot?

Dry rot is commonly referred to as brown rot or wood rot. Dry rot is a fungus that enters your home and feeds off your home’s wood materials. The result of a dry rot infested area is the wood becomes very weak and can start to crumble. If your Manzanita home’s structure has been exposed to the dry rot fungi, the damage can move quickly with little visible signs of moisture.

Where Can Dry Rot Be Found?

Dry rot can enter your home through either the interior or exterior construction materials. Wood rot can be found in any wood materials in and around your Manzanita home. Dry rot is commonly found near a source of moisture or unprotect exterior wood surface. Still, you can find it in beams, posts, kitchen floors, bathroom floors, interior walls, deck framing, deck boards, foundations, sill plates, eaves, roofs, near damaged gutters, windows and doors,  framing, siding, and crawl spaces, among others. Spotting dry rot is not always easy, but there are some things you can look for.

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Signs Your Home May Have A Dry Rot Problem:

  • Wood material starting to shrink, darken, or crack.

  • Wood surfaces covered in a mushroom-like film or mold forming.

  • Bathroom and kitchen floors feel “springy” or creak when you walk on them.

  • You can penetrate wood surfaces with a screwdriver.

  • A musty odor is present. Dry rot thrives in wet and damp environments.

What Should You Do If You Notice One, Or Many, Of These Conditions?

If any of these symptoms are forming on your Manzanita home, it’s of the utmost importance to set up an appointment with a skilled dry rot repair specialist. The problem will not go away on its own, and waiting can cause damage to spread. The first call you make should be to SFW Construction, the Northwest dry rot repair experts.

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SFW Construction takes pride in always treating our customer’s home or vacation property as if they are our own. SFW Construction can perform a targeted dry rot repair on your Manzanita area home, removing any damage and stopping the wood rot from coming back. After the dry rot is removed and repaired, we have a full-service paint department, SFW Painting, who can handle any of your painting needs.

Manzanita Dry Rot Blog

Exterior Targeted Home Repairs

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2 MIN READ

Targeted home repairs focus on the source of your problem, rather than the treatment of your problem. Many contractors will simply patch damaged siding with new siding, or worse sell you a complete re-siding project—and call it good. On the other hand, SFW Construction investigates the underlying symptoms, usually dry rot that caused the siding to fail in the first place.

Repairing Rotted Wood Around A Window

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4 MIN READ

Windows are an essential component of the house you live in. As intermediaries between the outside and inside of your home, windows are especially vulnerable to large amounts of moisture. Any water damage around a window indicates that the frame is not functioning correctly or that water from the outside of the home is leaking inside—which will eventually cause the wood around your window frame to rot.