Many projects include working with wood rot (especially in Southern California: San Diego county and Orange county) and wood repair. We handle all services regarding wood repair including:
Our own Physical Wood Inspection with detailed report
All Wood Repairs
Wood Rot Removal
Read our latest Blog for more information on our Physical Wood Inspections.
Wood repair is an important step BEFORE you start any exterior painting project.
Physical Wood Inspection Steps
What is a Physical Wood Inspection?
A physical wood inspection requires a carpenter to examine any wood surfaces, soffits, eaves, fascia and decorative molding. Every two to four feet of wood will be probed for damage such as:
What are the benefits of having a Physical Wood Inspection?
You will be provided a detailed 'punchlist' that includes the building, unit, location, description of the damage and quantity. The punchlist can be used to have potential contractors bid equally on the repair/replacment.
What is the difference between a Physical Wood Inspection and a Visual Wood Inspection?
A Visual Wood Inspection can see the surface-level damage from the ground-level only is unable to determine the deterioation within the wood. Whereas a Physical Wood Inspection requires probing to every wood surface to assess the damage and repairs needed.