Yes and no. Cutting out and replacing rotted wood can be a DIY project
if you are good with tools and have some knowledge of the structure of
a house. It really depends on the combination of your skills and how
extensive the damage is. As for treating the problem areas that aren't
completely gone you will probably need a pro because the chemicals
they use are not available to the public. I was able to replace
joists, some subfloor, and a few posts and then called a pro to come
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