“Dry rot” is a misleading term, since it’s actually the activation of a wood-infesting fungi by water.
Around the home, the typical situations for breeding dry rot are leaks in roofs, water getting trapped between wood and concrete, wood siding that is too close to the ground, siding shaded by (or in contact with) overgrown greenery, and wooden posts that have not been treated.
Once a roof leak is repaired, the progression of the wood rot will stop. Unfortunately, the wood will not heal… the decay is permanent.
Dry rot and foundation repairs require specialized knowledge of framing and structural related issues. If you have dry rot repairs, or are aware of rotted wood that needs proper replacement, we can do this work for you.