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Termite Repair: Facts About “Slightly Invasive” Termite Damage

Termite Repair FactsTermites are not good for any structure. In fact, there is no level of termite damage that is acceptable. Because the smallest of smalls can become larger-than-life issues in a very short amount of time. Luckily, however, termite repair itself can be enacted in many degrees of structural damage. As long as the structure hasn’t fallen into disrepair, ridding yourself of termites is possible. This includes when a slightly invasive problem has been discovered. Discovery The structure may…

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Termite Repair for Damage in Outdoor or Attached Structures

Termite repair Repairing termite damage can be costly, especially when it reaches the core of structural infestation. The amount of money that goes into that type of remediation can reach five figures, if on the severe side or left untreated. But for many people, the cost of repairing their home is far greater than giving up, and is especially true in situations where termites may not have breached the gates, and remain outside the home. Here are some tips on…

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5 Ways to Tell You Need Termite Inspection

Before Getting a Termite Inspection, Here Some Signs To Look For. The one word that strikes horror into the hearts of every homeowner is termites. They’re about the size of an ant, and they are actually in the ant family. They are white with powerful mouths that can eat through solid wood. These little buggers need warmth, moisture and wood in order to survive. The three types of termite are drywood, dampwood and subterranean. Drywood and dampwood termites aren’t as…

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Flying Termites or Flying Ants. 3 Ways to Know Your Need a Termite Inspection.

For most homeowners, a pest is a pest. But for proper termite treatment, knowing the difference between two similar looking pests is key to remediation. Especially when both have a very similar appearance, as is the case of flying ants and flying termites. Because knowing the difference, can mean your house. In this blog, we’ll outline the key similarities and differences of these two similar (in appearance) pests with three keys to be aware of.   1. Antenna Shape Any…

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