Like other types of wood-decaying fungus, white rot digests moist wood. This kind of rot leaves wood feeling soft and spongy. White rot breaks down the lignin and cellulose in wood, turning the wood white and yellow.
What Does White Rot Look Like?
- Makes wood soft and spongy.
- Changes color of wood to white and yellow.
How Do I Treat White Rot?
Give U.S. Pest a call for a FREE inspection to determine if your home is infected by white rot. If it is, we will determine the best solution to treat the problem.