Does Rot and Creates Problems for Homeowners - I don't know how many
times I've went to work on someone's home to replace rotted wood. Wood
does rot and create problems for homeowners all around the world. If you
live in an extremely dry or humid climate, you can plan on having
problems with wood and other types of building materials.
Five Simple Wood Rot Replacement Tips - What I'm about to share with
you is the do's and don'ts for replacing wood that has been damaged by
wood rot. Here are five simple tips that homeowners, handyman and
contractors can use to deal with wood rot problems.
What Is Dry
Rot and How Can I Spot It? Home Repairs That Save You Big Money -
When people think about dry rot they are usually talking about a fungus
that grows when the wet wood is exposed to excessive moisture. The wet
wood will create a home for the fungus spores and these fungus spores
can multiply at an amazing speed, starting to destroy your wood framed
house, patios or other outdoor structures.
Exterior Wood Beam Problems - I've spent a lot of time replacing
wood on the exterior of homes and most of the damage is from poor
maintenance. Some of the exterior wood beam problems that I have been
faced with in the past have more to do with maintenance than the
elements and weather.
Water Damage Restoration Contractors - Let's face it, if you have a
water leak, you're not going to be gathering three bids for the project.
You're going to make one phone call and if that person is available,
that's the person that you're going to use to stop the water from
leaking. If this person hands you a bill for $700 and he was only there
for 15 minutes, you're probably going to have to pay this person, even
though you're not going to be happy.
Water Damage, Exactly? Where Do I Find It? - Here's the question
that everybody seems to want to know about and very few people seem to
have the ability to explain it. I'm going to give it my best shot and
see if I can put it in layman's terms or in other words as simple as