dry rot

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a crumbling and drying of timber or bulbs or potatoes or fruit caused by a fungus

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a fungus causing dry rot

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Chad Drive LLC, 2890 Chad Dr; remove existing siding / repair any dryrot and install new siding on Building B; $50,000.
They found wiring and fire hazards, dryrot and rats.
Good Faith Management Llc, 1137 M ST; Dryrot repairs, new roof framing, interior repairs; $55,000.
They experienced roof and window leaks which resulted in extensive drywall damage and dryrot of the wood framing.
Indoor nests, which may be satellite colonies of larger, outside ones, are sometimes bored into wooden parts of a building or furniture, causing structural damage--oftentimes to locales already compromised by decay or dryrot.