Termite Repair: Myths and Facts

Termite Repair Myths Dispelled Myth #1: Having scrap wood lying around my yard will give termites something else to feast on, so they won’t necessarily invade my home. Fact: Just because you have scrap wood lying around doesn’t mean termites won’t eventually make their way into your home, especially if the wood is located very close to its foundation. Myth #2: Termites not only cause damage to wood, but they can eat through concrete as well Fact: Termites ingest only…

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A Guide To Termite Repair For Your Home

Termite Repair Recommendations The termites came, ate, and now it is time to repair. However, termite repair can be overwhelming to any homeowner. Just the shock of how much damage the little pests created is overwhelming all on its own. It is important though to make all the necessary repairs. It is important that your home is as safe as it possible can be. This guide will help to walk you through the necessary steps of termite repair for your…

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Why You Should Complete a Termite Inspection Prior to Buying a New Home

It takes time to find the perfect house. Maybe you looked through so many houses that you can’t remember all of them. Maybe you were lucky and found a house right away. You put a contract on it and waited nervously to see if they would accept it. Once they did, you were presented with the opportunity to do some home inspections. You might want to save money by skipping out on some of the inspections but it is very…

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