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It’s important to us that we not only get rid of your pest problem but also that we do it is the best way for you and your family.

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Ellen Fawl
Ellen Fawl
Jack did an extraordinary job with our long time bat situation after we’d paid a lot of money to another agency that was supposed to have taken care of the situation but didn’t. Reasonably priced when you consider the amount of work it required, his after hours responsiveness, and the warranty that comes with it.
Jackie Gay
Jackie Gay
John from Insight Pest Solutions in Corvallis provides exceptional, friendly, professional service. He greeted me when he arrived and after a brief explanation from me about the bugs I have been seeing he got to work. He layed down a thorough spray, was respectful of my property, and let me know when he was thru what I could expect. Thanks John!
Jeslyn Baldovino
Jeslyn Baldovino
Derek and Ryan came to the house and sprayed for ants! They were so kind and we highly recommend
Kathrine Murphy
Kathrine Murphy
Everyone who has been here has been professional, personable, and respectful. They have persistently worked the problem.
Karen Rogers
Karen Rogers
Nicole Atkins
Nicole Atkins
Derek is top tier! Great vibes, walks through life with positivity and is an absolute professional with his work. We couldn't have gotten a better person to do our extermination.
Geoffrey Williams
Geoffrey Williams
Laura Jensen-Linck
Laura Jensen-Linck
Very knowledgeable. Professional and friendly . They always go over and beyond to solve my pest issues. They've sealed up many areas and built 2 new access doors that were damaged by rodents. The sprays they use are pleasant smelling and are safe for my many pets.
Karen Ramsey
Karen Ramsey
Prompt and professional service. A bit pricey but well worth it for the piece of mind. This is a manufactured home with narrow access under the home. Derick and crew had no problem and scheduled weekly appointments which were kept

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4 Signs You’ve Got Dry Rot


When wood structures rot, wood-decaying fungi, also known as dry rot, is often the culprit. Unfortunately, this severe threat is also often hidden from view. Dry rot typically grows where most homeowners don’t think to look. This harmful fungus likes to grow under floorboards, behind plaster or drywall or in lofts, attics, basements, and crawlspaces. Knowing what to look for will ensure you catch dry rot before it becomes an expensive and time-consuming problem.

The life cycle of wood-decaying fungi follows four distinct stages. Find out if you’ve got dry rot by looking for these signs:

  • Orange Spore Dust
    The first stage of dry rot begins with a microscopic spore which becomes visible at high concentrations. Fine, powdery orange dust on your timber is a sign the wood-decaying fungi life-cycle has begun.
  • Fine White Strands (Hyphae)
    When the spores in the first stage are exposed to moisture, fine whitish-gray strands known as hyphae appear.
  • Large Mass (Mycelium)
    The next stage in the fungal wood-decaying process happens when the hyphae germinate. When a large mass called mycelium forms on the wood, you know you’ve got a problem.
  • Fruiting Body
    The final stage of the wood-decaying process is when the problem is most likely to spread. New spores are circulated from the fruiting body through the air and the cycle begins again.

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What is dry rot, and why is it a concern?

Wood decaying fungi or Dry rot refers to various types of fungi that break down and feed on wood. It is a concern because it can cause structural damage to wooden structures and compromise their integrity.

How does dry rot enter homes or structures?

Dry rot can enter homes or structures through moisture-laden wood, such as damp or rotting timber. It can also spread from nearby sources of fungi-infected wood.

What are the signs of dry rot infestation?

Signs of dry rot infestation include soft and spongy wood, discoloration or darkening of wood surfaces, the presence of fungal growth (mushrooms, mold, or mildew), and a musty odor.

Is dry rot harmful to humans or pets?

Dry rot itself is not directly harmful to humans or pets. However, it can lead to structural damage, which can pose safety risks if left untreated.

Can dry rot cause structural damage to buildings?

Yes, dry rot can cause significant structural damage to buildings over time. It weakens the wood, leading to rot, decay, and potential collapse of affected areas.

Can I get rid of dry rot on my own, or do I need professional help?

Dry rot removal is typically best left to professionals who have the expertise, tools, and treatments to effectively address the infestation. DIY methods may not fully eradicate the fungi or prevent future growth.

What methods does All Natural Pest Elimination use to control dry rot?

All Natural Pest Elimination natural and sustainable methods to control dry rot. These may include targeted treatments, moisture control measures, and structural repairs to eliminate the infestation.

Are the treatments used for dry rot control safe for the environment?

Yes, All Natural Pest Elimination prioritizes the use of natural and eco-friendly treatments for dry rot control. These methods aim to minimize harm to the environment while effectively managing the infestation.

How long does a dry rot treatment typically take?

The duration of a dry rot treatment depends on factors such as the extent of the infestation and the treatment method used. It can range from a few hours to several days. Your pest control professional will provide a more accurate estimate.

Do I need to vacate my home during a dry rot treatment?

In most cases, you will not need to vacate your home during a dry rot treatment. The treatments used by All Natural Pest Elimination prioritize the safety of humans and pets.

How often should I have my property inspected for dry rot?

It is recommended to have your property inspected for dry rot at least once a year, especially if you live in an area prone to moisture or fungal growth. Regular inspections can help detect early signs of infestation.

Can I prevent dry rot?

While complete prevention is not always possible, there are steps you can take to minimize the risk of Wood Decaying Fungi infestations. These include addressing moisture issues, maintaining proper ventilation, and promptly repairing any wood damage.

Will a dry rot infestation recur after treatment?

All Natural Pest Elimination’s treatments aim to eliminate dry rot infestations and prevent recurrence. However, it is important to address underlying moisture issues and maintain proper wood maintenance to minimize the risk of future infestations.

What sets All Natural Pest Elimination apart in terms of dry rot control expertise?

All Natural Pest Elimination has extensive experience and expertise in dealing with dry rot infestations. We employ natural and environmentally friendly methods, prioritize customer satisfaction, and provide effective long-term solutions.

Are there any warranties or guarantees for dry rot control services?

Yes, All Natural Pest Elimination offers warranties for our dry rot control services. These ensure that if the infestation persists or reoccurs within a specified period, we will address it without additional cost to the customer.

How much does dry rot control services cost?

The cost of dry rot control services can vary based on factors such as the severity of the infestation and the size of the property. It is best to contact All Natural Pest Elimination for a consultation and inspection to receive an accurate quote.

Can dry rot infestations affect indoor air quality?

Yes, dry rot infestations can contribute to poor indoor air quality, especially if there is significant fungal growth. This can cause respiratory issues and allergies in sensitive individuals.

Can dry rot spread from one part of the building to another?

Yes, dry rot can spread from one part of a building to another through direct contact or airborne spores. It is important to address the infestation promptly to prevent further spread.

Can dry rot affect furniture or wooden objects in the house?

Yes, dry rot can affect furniture and wooden objects in the house if they come into contact with infected wood or if the humidity levels are conducive to fungal growth. Regular inspections and maintenance are essential to protect wooden items.

How can I contact All Natural Pest Elimination to schedule a dry rot inspection or treatment?

To schedule a dry rot inspection or treatment, you can contact All Natural Pest Elimination by phone at (541) 772-4321. Our knowledgeable staff will assist you in scheduling an appointment and provide any additional information you may need.