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In recent years, wood rot has become increasingly prevalent on the Outer Banks. The main cause of wood rot is water. Prolonged and excessive water infiltration creates a perfect environment for certain wood-decaying fungi. Once the rot takes hold, it spreads rapidly. If left alone, it will eventually lead to major structural damage.

We typically begin by probing and removing trim or siding that has rot. We then inspect the plywood sheathing at these locations to determine if the rot has spread. If the rot appears to be widespread, we develop an action plan for the homeowner.

The Beach Construction Group is knowledgeable when it comes to the North Carolina residential building and engineering codes. We are a licensed general contractor in the State of North Carolina and have the expertise to identify the cause, eradicate the damage, and restore your house.

 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry
 Rot Repair and Carpentry

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Why Customers Choose Beach Painting

  • Expertise - we have the experience and versatility to take on the most demanding painting and residential construction projects.
  • Integrity - we take the time to prep your house correctly and we only use the highest grade materials.
  • Dependability - our employees are directly employed (not subcontractors) and covered under our liability and workers' compensation policies.
  • Professionalism - we carefully measure all components of the work and provide a detailed scope in our estimates and proposals.
  • Longevity - with over 20 years of steady growth, we have become the largest full-service painting contractor on the Outer Banks.

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