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Question DetailsAsked on 6/7/2011

Dry Rot - what type of specialist can help me repair?

We are dealing with an ugly dry rot problem in our new house. It was not discovered or reported by the inspector (that's another issue I've already received advice for on this forum) and seems to be spreading in our house. Who do I call to help with this? A handyman? A carpenter? I know they could repair part of the problem, but can they determine where the source is, and fix it? Any thoughts or recommendations?

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We are dealing with an ugly dry rot problem in our new house. It was not discovered or reported by the inspector (that's another issue I've already received advice for on this board) and seems to be spreading in our house.


Who do I call to help with this? A handyman? A carpenter? I know they could repair part of the problem, but can they determine where the source is, and fix it? Any thoughts or recommendations?

Thanks!

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Good Carpenters are like Bigfoot...turing into a mythical creature. If you can find a good carpenter, that is your best bet.

Answered 7 years ago by Windows on Washington




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