Wood Rot

In-depth evaluation of the severity of the  damage
17 years experience in damage assessment
Honest recommendation whether you need a repair on replacement

Fortified Roofing & Siding of Columbia, MO has the expertise to diagnose, repair, and even prevent wood rot from damaging your home or property.

Wood rot is common, and can be extremely dangerous if left untreated. It can compromise the structure of the home and devalue the property. If you suspect your home has wood rot, we urge you to contact Integrity as soon as possible. We will investigate any wood rot damage on your home or property, and find the cause of the rot to prevent recurring problems. Most of the time wood rot occurs when the roof is leaking, and over time, the water rots the wood beneath the shingles.

Signs of Wood Rot

  • Missing shingles or flashing
  • Sagging roof deck
  • Mold or algae growth
  • Mold in the attic
  • Visible water damage

WHat causes wood rot

Wood rot causing damage to the home needs to be removed and replaced
Wood rot causing damage to the home needs to be removed and replaced

If your Missouri home or business is experiencing wood rot, Fortified Roofing & Siding can identify the cause. Below, we’ve listed some of the most common causes of wood rot:

  • Clogged gutters: Clogged gutters causes water overflow on the side of your home.  When the water is not draining properly it flows down the side of your home
  • Roof ventilation: Without proper roof ventilation your home can not breath.  This means built-up vapors and moisture becomes trapped with no way of escaping.
  • Damaged roofing materials: When your roof has damage it becomes an entry point for water; which is necessary for wood rot.  With a properly working roof water will flow off the roof and away for your home.
Rotten wood damage that needs to be removed an replaced
Rotten wood damage that needs to be removed an replaced
We will investigate the situation and find the cause of the rot to insure it is not a recurring situation.

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