Rot Repair

Dry rot is caused by a fungus that feeds on wood and weakens it. We specialize in determining the source of the rot problem and repairing rot damage. Dry rot should be treated as soon as it is discovered. Contact us today!

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  • BEFORE - Without proper flashing the structural posts of this screen porch were rotting away. AFTER - The posts were replaced with pressure treated framing, wrapped with Azek - a composite rot-free material - and flashed to prevent rotting.
    BEFORE - Without proper flashing the structural posts of this screen porch were rotting away. AFTER - The posts were replaced with pressure treated framing, wrapped with Azek - a composite rot-free material - and flashed to prevent rotting.
  • BEFORE - This entry was vulnerable to rot because it wasn't flashed properly and didn't have a porch overhang. AFTER - The siding, framing and the entry door had to be replaced because of rot. The porch was flashed properly and a new overhang was added to improve curb appeal and prevent future rot problems.
    BEFORE - This entry was vulnerable to rot because it wasn't flashed properly and didn't have a porch overhang. AFTER - The siding, framing and the entry door had to be replaced because of rot. The porch was flashed properly and a new overhang was added to improve curb appeal and prevent future rot problems.
  • BEFORE - The original door casing had peeling paint and was rotting at the bottom. AFTER - The casing was replaced with Fypon, a rot-free urethane product. A new storm door was installed for an updated look.
    BEFORE - The original door casing had peeling paint and was rotting at the bottom. AFTER - The casing was replaced with Fypon, a rot-free urethane product. A new storm door was installed for an updated look.