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We replace rotted wood, trim, & siding

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It is important to uncover and repair rotted wood before it compromises your home’s framework. At Just Paint It, our contractors are trained to find rotted wood even at its earliest stages and fix the problems that cause it, eliminating the risk it will crop up again in the future.

We stop rotted wood from damaging the appearance & devaluing your home

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Rotted wood often comes as an unpleasant surprise. Maybe you’re preparing to paint an exterior window sill or trim board and you notice the wood under the old paint is soft. Left untreated, with the right conditions, wood rot can spread and eventually weaken the structure of your home. Of course, a home with significant rot will also lose its resale value, so it’s imperative to take action.


Our team of paint professionals will always make sure each project we take on receives the highest attention to detail. Whether we are giving your home’s exterior a fully restored look, or we’re working on a smaller scale repair job, you can rest easy knowing your job is treated with utmost attention to every detail and receives the highest quality of carpentry services from start to finish.

Our rotten wood repair contractors are experienced at identifying small problems before they become big ones. We can remove, repair, or replace rotted or damaged wood in any interior or exterior structure of your home.



It is very important to replace rotten wood trim & siding in your home in order to avoid more costly repairs in the future. Not only can rotted wood lead to structural damage, the mold & mildew it holds can cause foul odors, paint peeling and discoloration, and it can cause extensive damage walls, ceilings, and floors. Wood repair and wood removal is just one of the services that Just Paint It provides its many customers. Our goal as a full service residential painting contractor is to exceed our customers’ expectations and that means doing more than just putting paint on a wall.


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