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Termite Repair: Cutting Corners and Recycling Materials Isn’t Always Wise

Termite repair generally must follow all effective exterminations. The repairs don’t have to be costly. Unfortunately, some people try to save money by reusing materials and cutting corners. Depending on which materials are repurposed, it could end up costing beleaguered property owners more in the long run. Here’s why: It is not unusual for termite damaged materials to contain viable eggs. Thus, reusing the materials would be akin to leaving time bombs inside the home or business. In other words,…

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Californians Better Put Termite Repair on Their Post-Storm Cleanup Lists

No doubt that the last few, AccuWeather forecasts have had Californians on their toes. We’ve all seen what Hurricane Matthew did to the east and similar could happen here if we continue to get hammered with typhoon related damage. And the storms aren’t all residents will likely have to contend with. There is also the increased potential for post-storm damage, namely termites. Termites May Take Higher Ground Unfortunately, history has shown us that termites have no problem surviving typhoons and…

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Paying for Termite Repair: Know Your Options

Termite Repair It is no secret that discovering termite damage can be the beginning of a financial nightmare for the average homeowner. Not only do visions of the nasty little critters haunt the dreams of those who know termites are living within the walls of their home, but finding a way to pay for the damage incurred is definitely something to lose sleep over. Whenever any type of damage is done to a residence, homeowners usually first turn to their…

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What Should Your Do Before Starting Termite Repair

Termite Repair Finding out that your home has termites is very stressful. Whether you are moving into a home, staying in your current home, or looking to sell your home, termites are never a good thing. Regardless of your situation, it’s very important to prioritize thorough termite repair work in your home. But before you begin the work, you need to be sure you take preparation steps first. Getting the Inspection If you’re reading this post, chances are you either suspect termite damage or your…

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What You Should Know About Termite Repair

Termite Repair Your home is your sanctuary, the place where you can kick back and relax. Whether you’re buying a new home, selling your current home, or simply want to take care of your home, termite inspections can ensure that’s the case. Like it or not, your home offers termites the perfect place to live and create damage. Once you’ve had your home inspected, and your inspector finds evidence of current or past termites, you probably need termite repair. In that case, it’s important that…

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When Do You Need Professional Termite Repair Services

Professional Termite Repair Services So, you noticed some suspicious problems with your home that may indicate the presence of termites… Okay, the next item on your To-Do List is to have a termite inspection done by a fully licensed and trained professional as soon as possible. What happens if you have the inspection done and it reveals the worst of your fears about termite damage? PANIC!!! Of course, you don’t panic. Sorry for the hyperbole, but this is in fact…

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Tips for Successful Termite Repair

Termite Repair Termites are a homeowner’s worst nightmare. Since their presence often goes undetected until damage is substantial, the eradication and repair process is often extensive. By learning more about  Consider DIY Treatment For those who don’t have the funds available to hire a professional contractor or simply want to save some money, self-treatment and termite repair is an option. Some options available include fumigation or localized treatments. Localized treatments have the advantage of avoiding potential residual fumes or chemicals…

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The Type of Termite Repair You Choose is Important to the Structure

Termite Repair When termites aren’t caught in time, the damage they do is extensive. This is true in older and new buildings and structures alike. Simply knowing what to look for can save your property from thousands of dollars of termite repair. But for those people who might have bought a property with extensive termite damage, just know that termite repair isn’t impossible. In fact, as long as the damage is localized, or hasn’t been ongoing for 20+ years, repairing termite damage…

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Is Termite Damage Repairable?

When you discover that your home needs termite repair from termite damage, shock tends to be the next step. So while termites and the damage they cause might seem like the end of the world for your property, there are ways of stepping in and instituting a solution. Termite damage is oftentimes completely repairable. For a structure to be considered beyond repair due to termite damage, termites would have to ‘rule the roost’ for a long time without intervention. In fact, most experts…

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Don’t Wait Until Spring To Schedule Termite Repairs to Your Home in San Leandro

Termite Repairs Winter is closing in and you’re probably wondering, “Should I start termite repairs now?” In a single word, our thoughts are “Absolutely!” Just because the seasons are changing and outdoor temps are on the downward slide, there is no reason to hold up the inevitable. Interior repairs may be made anytime and as for the exterior work, well that doesn’t necessarily have to end either. End-of-year air temperatures in our area generally stay in the 60s. So as long…

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