The Best way to prevent Dry Rot is by Painting and sealing both, the interior and exterior of your home every 7-10 Years. Good prep work is a must when it comes to painting your home!
Some Painting Contractors use lesser quality paints and caulking which leaves your home vulnerable to Rot and Decay. when hiring a Painting Contractor you will find several price differences between contractors bidding on the work, some will be just "Fogging" the home which is our way of saying they are using a cheap paint which is watered down and will begin to fade out within a year or two, it wont block out the water and allows it to penetrate the wood and dry wall. To us it just doesn't make sense to pay someone to paint every 2 years when you can use premium paint for a little more money and not have to paint again for 7-10 years.
Spend the extra money up front and save yourself the hassle, Hire US!
Dry Rot is wood decay caused by certain species of fungi that digest parts of the wood which give the wood strength and stiffness. It was previously used to describe any decay of cured wood in ships and buildings by a fungus which resulted in a darkly colored deteriorated and cracked condition. Once Dry Rot begins it will not stop spreading until it is cut out and remove, if not removed it will enter the structure of your home and deteriorate the framework causing a Major problem.
SECTION - 1Repairs are typically required to be completed before any Banks/Lenders will approve the Sale or Transfer of any home. When choosing a repair company to fix all Section 1 requirements make sure they are replacing the entire infected area, Some companies will only replace very small sections called out on Inspection Reports, which do not get to the root of the fungus leaving your home vulnerable to future problems.
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