San Diego Wood Damage Repair
With over a decade of experience with wood rot, our repair estimators know exactly what to look for. Wood rot must be sectioned out and removed and patching can not be performed. This means we need creative solutions to address your property’s specific needs. Knowledge and expertise is key to wood rot repairs and Best Rate – San Diego Balcony & Deck Repair are experts in this field. Call us for advice on San Diego wood damage repair.
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The Best Rate Way
Painting, staining and sealing wood is very important for its longevity. When you contract with Best Rate, we will prime/paint (matching the existing color as close as possible) all six side of the lumber prior to installing. This helps protect the wood from future infestations, such as wood rot and termites.
Our crews will arrive to your home on time. They great you and go over the work scheduled to take place, as well as answer any questions you may have.
At the end of every project our crews perform a 10 point clean up, making sure your home as clean if not cleaner then it was before we arrived.
Best Rate offers a one year warranty on all San Diego wood damage repair services.
Damaged Doors and Framing
We suggest replacing the current french doors, jamb, trim, and threshold due to the wood damage as shown.
Damaged Posts and Post Skirts
Damage such as this could have been avoided if the post skirt had been properly sealed. Call us today for your free home inspection.
Wood damaged Bench
The damage shown in this bench could have been prevented. It is very important to keep up on the painting and sealing of lumber around your home; this should be done at least once a year.
Wood Damage Causes and Repairs
Wood rot is caused by a combination of fungus and moisture, which infects and digests wood. Wood rot can slowly break down wooden structures, leaving them weak and dangerous.
If you notice soggy patches of wood in your deck, patio, staircase or handrails that seem very weak or pulpy (like rotten fruit) you may have a case of wood rot. If you suspect wood rot, it’s important to call an expert right away and to stay off of the affected structure.