This is chapter 2 of wood rot, decay, termite activity, and mold. This is and was stage 2 of the process.
All of the above was cleaned up. Notice how clean things are now. All of the wood rot and decay and termites and mold are gone and removed. Does it look a little better?
When you are working on a home, make sure you are exhausting or putting the house under negative pressure so you do not have debris and wood dust and sheetrock ducts flying everywhere and put plastic around things to protect.
It is simply amazing how things progress if you are prepared for the job. Make sure you have the needed tools for the job and be prepared for the unexpected. Make sure everyone works together instead of the opposite. Notice all the rotten wood, insulation, and bad wood and debris are now gone from the job?
If you run into issues, have a backup plan. Our backup plan was to come back to continue work if we ran into issues for the home but homeowners like or appreciate you getting into the job and doing the job, as quickly as possible.
Not only were there issues inside of the home but there were issues outside of the home as well. There also was evidence of carpenter bees and termites outside the home. It is most important to find the source of the issue. Do not just put a band-aid on the issue. Find the source of the problem and take care of the problem.
In the photo, you will see David Snell in stage 2 of the project. It is going well and things are looking good.
My name is David Snell and one of the things I have learned since I have been in business since 1987 is to educate and inform your client. This project took teamwork and working as a team, which means working together and keeping things moving.