TERMITE TREATMENT DID YOU KNOW?
TERMITE TREATMENT ELIMINATES A 70% CHANCE OF YOUR
HOME HAVING A TERMITE PROBLEM
If you live in Mobile Alabama there are two types of homes–homes with termites and homes without. If you don’t have termites (or at least you don’t think you do) and you don’t have a termite bond or any termite prevention, IT’S TIME TO PUSH THE PANIC BUTTON!
Complete the form (on the right) to receive a free (no strings attached) inspection and receive a consultation with one of our certified pest control technicians. There are options for termite treatment, but only if you don’t wait too long.
Termite treatment is a necessity because it’s not if you have a termite problem, it’s WHEN!
Each year termites cause billions of dollars in damage to homes and property. This is an expense that is usually not covered by homeowners insurance. Termites are primarily found in the south, especially Mobile Alabama. The climate around Mobile is very favorable for these pests and an abundance of decaying wood provides plenty of food for these bugs. Termites are actually found in every state, except Alaska. Termite treatment is very important if you live in the south.
Types of Termites in Mobile Alabama:
Termites are often hard to detect. They stay hidden while they are eating your home from the inside out. This makes it a necessity for termite treatment by a professional. Most people don’t know they have a termite problem until serious damage has occurred, which results in a huge repair bill. With regular termite treatment the technician is on the lookout for potential termite problems and problems caused by other pests.
This is a preventative measure, which does cost money, but in the long run saves you literally thousands of dollars and provides comfort and peace of mind that your home is protected and safe. What is termite treatment worth to you, especially considering you are protecting your family’s home?
Pest and Termite Control to Prevent Home Damage
If damage has already occurred, prior to a pest control inspection, the only resort you have is to contact a termite control company and have the termites exterminated and removed. Then a contractor will begin taking your home apart by removing the damaged wood.
If no termite damage is found during a routine inspection, you must get a termite bond. It isn’t if, it is when you have a termite problem.
When your house is under a termite bond, the Termite treatment and bond company (usually a pest control company) assumes the risk if any damage occurs to your home from termites. Simply consider a termite treatment bond an additional insurance contract.
Don’t wait until you see these insects before you decide to do something about the problem. Take the initiative and have your home properly inspected and treated to prevent it from becoming compromised any further.
Complete the form (on the right) to receive a free (no strings attached) inspection and receive a consultation with one of our certified pest control technicians. One of our representative will call you ASAP.