Monday, August 18, 2008

Termites Guide

We were doing some yard work last weekend and what bothers us was the termite ant at the barn we had in the yard. My husband want to make it as a little getaway room or a guest room but we were so busy in the past month and we didn't have enough time to start on it and we check it last weekend and to our surprised we saw the termite ant crawling on the corners. So we look online for more information and found this great Termites Guide where they provide information of all of the basics like how you can tell if your home is infested with termites, to improvements to make to keep them from getting in, to specific explanation of how each termite control product works and what the advantages and disadvantages of each one are. For us that was new and it was very helpful.


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MoonBat Exterminator said...

This is great but if you have ever read the back of the box it says that if you have a termite infestation to contact a professional. Look, I have been doing this for 20 years and termites are hard to control. Do yourself a favor, contact a company like orkin or terminix and get your house treated. Ensure you get a lifetime guarantee, with unlimited repair costs that covers not only the structure but the contents. I work on the damage side and the average cost of repairs for termite infestations is $10K to $25k. Those people who make that home do it yourself junk offer no damage guarantee. Most people do not even know they have termites till it is 3 to 5 years old. Cheap up front will cost you dearly in the end. Take it from me.