Long story short. Bad roof leak. Leaked from the roof to the exterior wall.
I do not know the extent of the damage (yet) but obviously I am not too worried since I plan on, once the roof is repaired (just need to survive a few more days) to knock it all down.
The leak is in the ceiling, where it hits a wall. This wall is between the bedroom corner and the closet interior wall. The water is dripping into the room from the ceiling and within the door frame itself currently.
Come repair time, I am immediately going to tear down the ceiling and the wall (needs to be replaced anyways). When this time comes, how should I best judge what needs to be gutted and what can be saved? I am willing to entirely re-frame the wall and drywall, etc. from scratch if need be. I am assuming once tearing down the drywall I can scrub and bleach-water the wood and let air dry for a day to reduce the risk of any mildrew growth?
I know decking in the roof needs replacing as I've already noticed white growth on the underside of the board in the attic, so I am assuming it will be no different come tear-down inside the house.