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Redmond Dry Rot Repair

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SFW Construction Specializes In Redmond Dry Rot Repair Throughout King County, Washington

SFW Construction is the go-to company for top-quality Redmond dry rot repair. Dry rot is a common problem in Redmond, Washington due to the typically wet climate that presides in the Pacific Northwest. Difficult to eradicate completely on your own, most homeowners turn to a professional dry rot repair company to remove wood rot and restore the integrity of their Redmond home. SFW Construction has provided professional Redmond dry rot removal and repair services for over a decade and can help you resolve the threat of dry rot.

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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

“These guys came to fix another contractors mess. They did it right! They fixed mold and rot issues. Fast work!”
∼ Casey B., Portland, OR – (12/2022)

“Did a terrific job repairing trim on our home, including difficult work on our chimney. Professional and responsive.”

∼ Yvette B., Portland, OR (09/2022)

“Top of the line contractor. If you want it done right, call them. They have years of experience in the area .”

∼ Devin E.  Portland, OR – (06/2022)

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 Can Be So Damaging To Your Home

Wood rot represents a significant threat to the structural integrity of your Redmond home because it is caused by a wood fungus that decays healthy wood through devouring the properties that make wood firm and durable. While there are various stages of dry rot, the final stage is one in which previously healthy wood has been dilapidated completely—so much so that it becomes cracked and crumbles easily when any weight or pressure is applied to it.

When dry rot has taken hold of the wood structures and surfaces in your home it seriously compromises the capacity for the wood to perform its intended function. Wood in such a condition of decay is not fit to fortify your home and must be repaired. Because dry rot is progressive, the longer it inhabits your home the worse the decay will get. To remove dry rot completely and ensure it does not reoccur, all of the microscopic spores from which it grows must be removed.

Expert Dry Rot Repair Service In Redmond, Washington

For all of the above reasons, it’s best to have a professional Redmond dry rot removal and repair company inspect and treat your home for wood rot. The damage dry rot can inflict upon your home can be substantial and may require structural restoration work. Dry rot often decays the inner walls, cupboards, floorboards, siding, and roof of homes. As a full-scale general contractor providing comprehensive home repair and restoration work, SFW Construction can perform any and all kinds of home repair.

While we will do everything we can to preserve the integrity of your existing wood structures and surfaces, sometimes siding repair, roofing, carpentry, and other kinds of structural restoration work are necessary to fix the damage caused by dry rot. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!

Redmond Dry Rot Blog

Exterior Targeted Home Repairs

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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 Your Garage

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The garage feels like a distinctly American component of the modern home. It’s a place you can park your car, store your extra stuff, do the laundry, or even convert into a shop or casual hang-out space. However you use it, the garage is also the unique part of your home that marks the transition between the outside world and the inner sanctity of your dwelling, which makes it especially susceptible to garage rot – areas where wood surfaces and structures are rotting.