Residential homes are typically made with a wooden frame. These frames are almost
always hit by water damage during a house flood. The good news is that wood is
naturally resilient to mold and dries with no problems. Very rarely does a wood frame
have to be removed.
If mold does grow on a house frame it is often cleaned and a coat of Kilz is applied.
If sheet rock is removed during the drying process the frame is dried before any new
insulation or sheet rock is replaced. Drying a house frame is typically not a major issue
during water damage mitigation.