Easy Guide to Preventing Dry Rot in Your Staten Island HomePosted by Tom Crimmins Realty, Ltd. on
Did you know that dry rot is ironically created from having too much moisture come in contact with wood? The fact is Staten Island homeowners are unaware that dry rot is even setting in, so the first step toward prevention is being able to diagnose possible areas of exposure before dry rot becomes a major renovation expense.
Remember that dry rot to your foundation can be an extremely costly repair and will definitely figure prominently into the total value of your property when a house inspection is completed prior to a sale. As well, fungus and mold spores can affect the air quality of your home, which is a health problem for not only you and your family but also for prospective buyers.
Identifying Leaks To Your Water Membrane
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