Before After This beautiful Trellis was unfortunately designed with no flashing over main beam, therefore significant dry rot damage occurred. When water damage occurs, the damage can be horrific. Dry Rot damage caused by no top flashing Structural beams were damaged as well
Dry Rot Damage to Siding and trim A very common problem with wood siding and trim, as you may well know, is Dry Rot Damage to the trim and siding itself. If your house was built as part of a ‘tract’ or subdivision, you may well have unprimed and or unpainted siding behind your trim. As water enters in, bacteria and molds grow into damaging infestations ie: Dryrot. Dry rot siding and
Bathrooms are notorious for moisture damage. Maintenance of the caulking at the tub/floor joint is the single most important detail to keep up. Many unnecessary repairs can be avoided by doing a good caulking job, using 100% slilcone sealant, of course.
This deck required new gluelam beams and rails due to dryrot and some termite damage. After the install the homeowner felt much safer walking outside