While wood is durable, it’s also a material that requires regular replacement.
When you look at your home from the outside, you might notice the components that seal off the edges and corners to provide an additional level of protection against the changing climate conditions. These edges and corners are known as the soffit and fascia of the home, and the two components together are often referred to as boxing. On many homes in and around Matthews, North Carolina, the boxing is made out of wood. While wood is a durable and commonly used material in the construction industry, it’s also a material that requires regular replacement. When exposed to the elements, wood can warp and rot, which can threaten the structural integrity of the home.
At Universal Home Solutions, we work with local property owners to assess wood rot boxing replacement. If you suspect that the boxing on your home might be nearing the end of its lifespan, contact us, and we’ll send a technician or referral partner to take a closer look and determine whether the damaged sections can be repaired, or if the boxing needs to be replaced. When wood rot boxing replacement is the best course of action, we’ll take care of the task or refer you to one of our trusted partners who can help you out.
Along with wood rot boxing replacement, we can assess other wood rot concerns on your property, including repair or replacement of wood siding that has been impacted by wood rot. Our technicians also specialize in roofing installation and repair, gutter installation and maintenance, and other exterior restoration and repair services. Contact us today to request a cost estimate for service at your home. If we are unable to perform the work you need due to labor shortages, we’ll provide a referral to someone who can.
At Universal Home Solutions, we offer wood rot boxing replacement services in Matthews, Ballantyne, Charlotte, Cotswold, Dilworth, Harrisburg, Indian Trail, Marvin, Mint Hill, Monroe, Myers Park, Pineville, South Charlotte, South Park, Waxhaw, Weddington, and Wesley Chapel, North Carolina.