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Dry Rot Treatment

Preserve and protect your woodwork with dry rot specialists

If dry rot has affected any of the woodwork in your home or office then it's important to get it sorted as soon as possible. By using our free quote service you can get in contact with dry rot treatment companies and save yourself time and money.

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Dry rot is condition thatís caused whenever certain fungi begin growing on wood and consuming it in order to survive. It can result in widespread destruction, and can greatly affect the structural integrity of your home. At the first sign of trouble, have dry rot treatment performed to avoid having more costly repairs done later. We can put you in touch with a dry rot treatment specialist when you provide us with some basic information about your project in the space below.

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Dry rot is characterized by rotting and flaking wood that doesnít stem from moisture. You might also notice white splotches on your wood, or a foul, musty odour that doesnít seem to go away. Dry rot can take place anywhere, but is more common in moist areas such as your crawl space or basement, since fungi tend to thrive there. The only way to get rid of the fungi that are causing your problem is to have a technician perform dry rot treatment in order to kill them and prevent further damage.

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Average dry rot treatment prices will depend on how widespread your infestation is. An inspection will be done ahead of time to assess the damage, and you could be charged for this inspection regardless of whether or not you have work performed. The cost of treating dry rot does not include repairing the damage, as this is typically performed by a separate contractor.

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Stop worrying about what dry rot treatment will cost you, since youíll only pay more money if you put it off. Instead, let us help you compare free direct quotes by filling out the form you see below. We'll put you in touch with local approved companies. You wonít be obligated in any way by doing so, and will receive free quotes that you can compare in the comfort of your own home to find the best deal possible.

Dry Rot FAQs

Q. What is dry rot treatment?
A. Dry rot treatment is the process of treating wood to prevent dry rot. Doing so is vital for the longevity of your homeís structure, as certain areas such as a roof trusses may be susceptible to rot due to fungus and poor ventilation. Signs that you may need treatment include flaking, crumbling or cracking wood, powdery white fungus, red or purple spores, or otherwise fragile wood. Itís important to note that once dry rot has set in, the wood will need to be replaced which can be costly.

Q. What can be done to eliminate dry rot?
A. Getting rid of dry rot normally requires cutting out and replacing the affected piece of wood. Since dry rot is caused by a fungus, it might be necessary to treat the surrounding wood in order to prevent future instances of it. Waterproofing to prevent fungus from growing in a given area might be needed as well.

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