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…
Termite damage is a bane for both homeowners and realtors as it not only significantly decreases a home’s structural integrity and aesthetics, but can also put a damper on home value. As a real estate agent, make sure any home you’re about to sell is subjected to a thorough inspection before it is shown to prospective buyers. This way, you’ll have sufficient time to repair termite damage and make the property as attractive as possible.
The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve in Strong City, Kansas is yet another piece of federal property with an ongoing termite problem. According to The Wichita Eagle, officials had to shut down most of their buildings not only for termite control, but also to perform repairs on damaged parts caused by a recent flooding in the area. During a three-week period last summer, it was discovered the rains caused springs to sprout in the visitors center parking lot. The flooding caused…
Termite infestation is a usual problem among American homes, especially for those using wood as a primary material. These insects, just like any other animal, compete for food and living space with other creatures and, unfortunately for humans, have found wood to be a source of nourishment that is unique to them. Aside from that, however, few information about the workings and behavior of termites were known, at least until Arizona State University scientists made recent discoveries, published in an…
Spring is in full swing, and many northern Californians understand that spring also heralds the resurgence of the swarm. New Orleans, a place more than 2,000 miles away from Northern California, agrees with the sentiment. A May 12, 2014 WDSU News article by meteorologist Kweilyn Murphy details the city’s yearly problem:
Porcini is among the newest harbor restaurants to open in Crescent City, a six-hour drive from San Francisco. Its owners have been waiting for so long to serve Del Norte food fare with a dash of Italian or French. However, the last two years prior to the opening have been somewhat rough not just for the owners.
San Leandro, California (March 26, 2014) – Renowned termite treatment company Times Up Termite, Inc. is offering property owners and managers free inspections, as well as $100 off any necessary repairs on damage caused by the pests. Those who want to take advantage of the special promotion can set up an appointment with the company through their website or telephone.
San Leandro, California (February 26, 2014) – Times Up Termite, Inc. is supporting Rebuilding Together Oakland (RTO) and the organization’s projects this season. In past seasons they have provided comprehensive termite treatment services to ensure that the homes RTO is rebuilding are free of pests. This year they will be providing structural repairs.
San Leandro, California (January 29, 2014) – Throughout their years in the industry, Times Up Termite has learned which comprehensive termite treatment is most effective for dealing with infestations on commercial properties. The company can thus recommend and implement the most appropriate programs to rid their clients’ properties of these troublesome insects.
San Leandro, California (January 2, 2014) — True to their mission to provide complete termite solution services, Times Up Termite, Inc. has launched a “Termite Free For Life” program. This lets property owners live and work free from fear of unexpected infestations. This Warranty Service and Monitoring Program includes an extensive home inspection and a termite treatment plan.