Wood Rot Repair Service
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Wood rot is an aggressive fungus that thrives in warm, moist climates. For Hilton Head, the Spring and Summer season can put your house at risk for this growing fungi with the infamous humidity. Wood rot can destroy your wooden siding and trim, and eventually, destroy the entire wooden structure of your home. Siding, soffits, railings, and more can be affected by rain and water pooling against them causing damage. Is the exterior of your home rotting? Professional exterior wood home repairs might be in order.
Whether the water comes from rain and snow melting or failing paint and caulking, the outcome remains rotten wood. Addressing the issue quickly will save you time and heartache. Water damage on wood can spread quickly and requires immediate attention, if left untreated rotting wood could impact the structural integrity of your home.
- Determine the extent of the damage.
- Recommend cost-effective wood rot repair solutions.
- Schedule an exterior wood rot repair appointment.
Call today at 843-525-0180 to find out how we can repair your wood damage and schedule an appointment!
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Enjoy time for the things you want to do and let us tackle your wood repair project. Our team has the right approach to add new life to your exteriors.
How to find rotten wood?
To find spots of rotting wood, get a screwdriver and start inspecting the boards on the exterior of your home. Start by checking boards lowest to the ground and along your roofline. Also, check the seams where two boards meet. Most rot is visible in plain sight, but often will be hidden. Remember that as you inspect, wood should never be soft when pressed. Use the tip of a screwdriver to press into questionable areas. If it gives, you should repair it. Cracks that appear to be folding in are a clear sign of rot.
Here are the most common carpentry repairs for wood rot:
Porch Baseboards and Columns
Make sure to pay attention to rotting wood in your porch baseboards and columns, if you have a column structure.
Here's an example of what soffit boards look like when the wood starts to rot away.
Just like soffit boards, fascia boards can also show signs of rot and need to be replaced.
Trim is one of the most prominent parts on your home, and it's important to replace rotting wood from spreading and invading the structure of your home.