Rot Repair in Campton New Hampshire
Water is Not Your Friend
Many homes have areas of rot. Especially homes built before 2000. Take a walk around your building and look for the signs. These signs usually start with peeling paint, and go as far as finding pieces of your siding or trim laying on the ground. If you can’t see physical signs but still suspect there may be rot occurring, schedule a free consultation and we will have one of our experts investigate further.
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In the Campton, Thornton, and Woodstock areas, our experts have frequently encountered and resolved rot in various parts of homes. Many older homes tend to have areas of rot and decay. A simple walk around your residence can reveal signs that may indicate damage. If you suspect that your home may be affected there are a few things to look for. Tell tale signs are typically peeling paint or trim that appears to be coming off or has even fallen to the ground. If you are unsure if your home has areas of rot, we invite you to schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our specialists who will further assess the situation. Our specialists are highly trained and equipped to accurately identify where rot is occurring and will work to determine the most effective solution for repairing the issue.
Where and Why Rot Occurs
Typically we see rot in areas such as doors, balconies, dormer Walls, windows, and door frames. However, any place that may come in contact with water could potentially be affected.
While age is one of the major factors that leads to a house experiencing rot, there are other factors that could be causing the issue.
Water damage is something that we also see frequently. If water infiltrates the walls, roof or even flooring of your home, it can cause the wood to rot and weaken. This is especially common in New Hampshire due to an accumulation of rain, snow, and humidity in the summer months.
Poor Ventilation: Another issue that could potentially be causing rot is poor ventilation. A lack of proper ventilation can cause moisture to be trapped in areas such as attics, crawl spaces and basements.
Construction of Your Home: If your house was not built using proper construction this could also allow water to enter the crevices of your home. For example, if your home roof was not constructed using the proper technique or if areas were not caulked correctly. Regardless of where the issue may be stemming from, our experts will do a full inspection to figure out the source of the problem.
If we find an area of your home is experiencing rot there are multiple reasons why it needs to be addressed. First and foremost, rot can pose safety concerns. Overtime, rot can weaken the structure of your home. This can result in areas potentially collapsing and causing further damage thus resulting in a more costly repair. Addressing signs of rot when they are first found will prevent further damage from occurring.
When looking to repair rot damage it is important to hire a professional that has the right experience and equipment. All of our experts have the knowledge to make sure the job is completed efficiently and done right. We are equipped with all the proper tools to make sure our results are seamless and long lasting.
Why Work With Us?
At Tuck Home Services, we strive to be the go to company for all home service and repair needs in New Hampshire. We understand that when issues arise with your home it can be stressful. Our customer service representatives will work to promptly schedule a free home inspection for you so the issue can be resolved. Our ultimate goal is to provide you with high quality service from beginning to end to get your home back to proper functionality.
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