Those who have suffered a termite infestation in their home, or even just viewed pictures of damage, know that this type of pest control problem can leave a property with lasting scars.
A termite infestation can go undetected for months or even years, invisible to the untrained eye. In many cases the problem is out of control, and extensive damage has already been done to internal structures, before a homeowner or realtor ever spots signs of an active colony. The bill for repairs can take many homeowners by surprise, and the damage to the home can be devastating.
During our termite inspections, we also take note of any damages already sustained to the property. We will provide an estimate for extermination of the termites, and we will also produce a complete report of all structural damage that we discovered. Your complete report will include recommendations for repairs of this damage, along with a competitive estimate on the cost of these remedies.
We find that combining our pest control service with reconstruction of the property leads to a faster, more seamless service for you. In the vast majority of cases the cost for combined extermination and repairs will be lower than if you contracted these services separately.
We do perform all of our own repairs, rather than outsourcing the job, and we pay attention to important details such as matching new paint with the old. If you choose our team to perform necessary repairs due to termite damage, you will find that we provide the same level of professionalism and expertise as we do via our pest control services.
Homeowners, if you suspect your home is infested with termites, give us a call. We will provide a timely inspection to uncover the extent of the damage. Our detailed report will offer you a competitively priced estimate on eradication of the pests plus all necessary repairs, and we will complete reconstruction services at the level of quality that you expect.
Realtors, we can get your properties inspected, bonded, and repaired so that sales can proceed without a hitch.