DRY ROT REPAIR SEASIDE, OREGON
SFW Construction is the premiere contractor for dry rot repair Seaside, Oregon. Through the course of many years’ experience, SFW construction has become the most proficient, awarded, and recognized contractor in Oregon for dry rot repair.
Oregon is wet, and the coast is the wettest region in our state. Dry rot, brown rot, or wood rot is primarily caused by on open source of moisture. Moisture intrusions primarily occur from construction defects, failed exterior paint, or a long term leak. These intrusions can cause devastating damage to your home through the wood rot process. SFW Construction LLC, one of the Oregon Coasts most trusted General Contractors, can help navigate you through the repair experience.
So, what is dry rot, and how can it be affecting your home? Rot is the leading cause of damage in wood structures in and around the Seaside Area. Dry rot which can also be called brown rot, wet rot, or sometimes wood rot can devastate structures, and has been known to cause mold and mildew. Dry rot does not need an obvious source of moisture to continue to grow and damage your home. This makes identifying dry rot difficult prior to its spreading and even harder to predict. As the fungi grows it eats away at the wood leaving it dark and crumbly, devoid of structural integrity. It can actually be crushed into small fragments or powder with little to no force. When dry rot begins to spread within a structure, it will not stop until the moisture intrusion has been identified and repaired and the active fungi has been re-mediated.
At SFW Construction we know how to perform dry rot repair in Seaside, Oregon. It is our mission is to help Oregonians keep their families dry and safe, as well as make lasting and meaningful repairs to their homes. When you want to protect your Oregon Coast residence call SFW Construction. We perform dry rot repairs in Seaside, Astoria, Gearhart, Cannon Beach, Manzanita, Rockaway Beach, Tillamook, Pacific City, Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Newport, and parts of the Southern Washington Coast as well…including Long Beach Peninsula, Ocean Shores, and Westport.