Things to Consider Before You Repair Damage from Dry Rot

Where is the damage located? How large is the affected area? What are the signs of Damage? How long have you been aware of problem? What materials are damaged?
Interior rooms

Bathroom or kitchen

Window sills/trim

Flooring

Ceiling

Walls

Attic

Basement or under crawl space

Exterior of house (siding, trim, eaves)

Roofing

Deck, porch or other structure

Wooden fencing or retaining wall

Currently damp or wet

Soft, rotten or powdery surfaces

Moldy appearance or odor

Water stains or discoloration

Buckled wood or wallboard

Peeling paint

Evidence of insects

Other

Select possible causes of the water damage.

Toilet overflow

Pipe burst

Fire sprinkler went off

Sink overflow

Washing machine hose

Drain back-up

Roof leak

Slow or gradual leak or water exposure

Other

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Wallboard

Vinyl Flooring

Hardwood floor

Wood sub-floor

Tile or grout

Cabinetry or wood trim

Wood framing materials

Insulation

Exterior wood

Stucco

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