Dry Rot Repair
When water meets wood, things can go bad. Wet rot creeps up when a water source drips on lumber that’s untreated. The source of moisture seeps into the timber, the wood looks wet and, eventually, gets spongy. Dry rot is like a mushroom. It’s a fungus. As the fungus matures, it shrinks and cracks the lumber. The result is that it looks like you have taken a knife and cut-out half-inch wide rectangles from the planks.
We can replace any rotted wood you may have around your home.