A termite infestation is among the most feared pest-related issues that can worry a homeowner. They are notorious for causing extensive structural damage—damage that can be expensive and time-consuming to repair.
Property owners who are worried about potential termite issues (or who are planning to buy or sell a property) may enlist the help of a termite inspection to help detect the presence of termites and pinpoints locations where termites may be nesting.
If you already have a termite problem—or just want to do everything in your power to keep these destructive pests away—you’d probably be willing to pay a small fortune to get rid of them. Fortunately, that may not be necessary. Phantom Termiticide is an effective and relatively inexpensive product that can help wipe out termite infestations.
Quick question: when was the last time you checked out your home’s crawl space?
Termites can cause significant property damage—which can be very costly to repair (and generally isn’t covered by homeowners insurance). If you are buying a property, it’s important that you get a termite inspection performed before the closing. And in fact most banks or lenders will require this as part of the loan approval process. While this may seem like a hassle, it’s definitely a worthwhile investment that can save you a lot of money and aggravation later.
You probably know that termites can cause property damage. But you may not realize how extensive—and costly—that damage can be to property owners.
If you are like most people, termites are among your biggest home-related fears. These small pests can create huge problems in and around your home. Termites feed on wood or plant-based products—which can include structural beams, decking, shelving and even paper products like books. Since termites have strong chewing abilities and feed pretty much nonstop, […]
For tiny creatures, termites can cause a whole array of big problems. They are of course notorious for causing structural damage—which can not only be expensive (possibly very expensive) to repair, but it can also create a dangerous situation by compromising the integrity of the property. In addition, if you are planning to sell your […]
Can a Do-It-Yourselfer Apply Termicides? The answer to this question is yes! Armed with some knowledge and access to a reliable source for Do-It-Yourself pest control products, any homeowner can protect their home from termite infestations.
Drywood termites live in wood, which has a relatively low moisture content. They require no contact with the ground or other moisture source. Drywood termites are usually found in the humid coastal and sub-tropical regions of the United States, but there are several species found in the desert southwest, and they doappear to be spreading. […]