In the southeast part of the United States, termites are ranked very high in the probability of insect infestation. More than one out of five homes in our area will or has already had a termite infestation. Termites mean business. They search day and night for food and find ways to expand and grow their colonies relentlessly. The queen termite is the most difficult to eradicate since she is well fed and protected, and eliminating the queen kills off the colony. If you’ve been wondering if termites are an issue for you, and you live in the area, then read on and take a look at a few of the reasons that you should give us a call. The possibility of a termite attack is very common as well as costly, and no one should take a chance.
First off, spring and early summer is the most common time to house hunt and buy a home, and with June being National Homeownership Month, the real estate market is bustling. There is so much to think about when purchasing a home down to the location, local schools, floor plan, and amenities. Scheduling a termite inspection may be the last thing on your mind, but this article will surely change your mind. When you do an initial look around the home that you are interesting in purchasing, what’s in front of you is the most appealing and the most tangible for decision making. The décor is great, the floors glimmer, and there is a huge walk-in closet. But, what is behind those walls? What areas of the home cannot be visible during an open house? Termites. Missing a termite infestation will turn your once dream home into a disaster and lead to large repair bills.
In turn, when selling a home, a termite inspection needs to be on the list as well. Your potential buyers need to know that their future home is being taken care of. Having a termite inspection before the sale of your home will mean that you are in the clear to take an offer, without hesitation. It is an added bonus to your potential buyers if they know you have taken care of this inspection and that you take care and pride yourself in your home.
If you are not in the market for buying or selling a home, termite infestation could be occurring in your current home without you even knowing. Scheduling an inspection by one of our termite specialists is free, so there’s nothing to lose. Most of the time, when a termite infestation gets to the point where you can see it happening in your home, it’s too late for recovery of the damage and when the damages can can be repaired it can be very costly.
At any time, our technicians can install the Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System to eliminate all termites in and around your home and prevent future infestations. This system uses Always Active Pest Control technology and new Recruit® HD termite bait that eliminates all the termites in a colony, even the indestructible queen.
With the Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System, you can set your mind at ease knowing that termites will never be the reason for any disruptions to your home. At Active Pest Control, we strive to provide the best experience to our customers. At your convenience, we can inspect your home and put the Sentricon® System into place to ensure termites are never the reason you don’t buy, sell, or enjoy your home.
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