If you are buying a new home, suspect termites in your current home, or have never had a termite inspection then you should get one as soon as possible. The typical homeowner does not detect the presence of termites until after they have caused extensive damage to their home. In order to prevent these silent destroyers from costing you a lot of money in home repairs you need to catch them as quickly as you can. The quickest and most effective way to figure out if you have a termite infestation is to get a professional termite inspection. The inspector will check for a number of things to determine if your home has been infested, treated, or repaired because of a previous termite infestation. The inspector will also check for a current termite infestation and damage.
An experienced termite inspector will be able to tell you if your home has ever been infested with termites. They can do this by looking at the damaged wood in your home to see if it is fresh or not. In addition, termite inspectors know how to identify the remnants of once active termite colonies. They often leave behind evidence in the form of abandoned mud tubes.
The signs of a previous termite treatment can be obvious to a high quality termite inspector. The exact methods that pest professional use may vary, but there will be common signs that indicate termite treatment. Sometimes homeowners have a home treated in order to prevent termites.
During the inspection, your termite professional will look for signs of repair to the wood throughout the house. There are multiple reasons why repairs are necessary in a home and termite damage is one possibility. The results of the inspection should help the inspector determine if the repairs were related to a previous termite infestation.
The termite expert will inspect your home for signs of a current infestation. Some of the things that can signify a current infestation include mud tubes, excrement, termite carcasses, shed wings, and termites. Inspectors are trained to spot these signs of an infestation and can often catch issues that homeowners overlook.
If you do have a termite infestation the inspector will give you an idea of the extent of the current damage to your home. Catching the problem early will help you minimize the damage to your home and to your wallet.
Beebe’s Pest & Termite Control will be able to recommend a course of treatment based on the results of the inspection. If your home is termite free we may recommend a preventative treatment. If termites are discovered the level of treatment will depend on the magnitude of the infestation.
Termites are not the type of pest that you can ignore and hope they will go away. They actively cause damage to your home until the time that you take action to stop them. A professional termite inspection is the best way to find a termite issue and determine the best course of action.
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In fact, we pride ourselves with providing you the best customer service experience in the industry. We appreciate your business and also look forward to providing you with prompt and professional service.