Termite Damage Repair can be a very important follow up job and can be different based on each termite infestation. Termite Damage Repair inspection should always be performed after especially bad Termite Infestations because of the safety risk of your home. Since there are so many different types of Termite Damage Repair we would never be able to access this over the phone and are happy to send a Termite Damage Repair Specialist to your home to evaluate the damage.
First let us talk a little about Subterranean Termite Damage Repair. Subterranean termites have to have “moist” conditions . Subterranean termites are the #1 leader in damage repairs in the United States. They cause billions of dollars in repairs a year. They are very destructive. Usually when you find subterranean termites, you will most definitely find Termite Damage Repair that need to be done because of the damage they create as they “chew” their way through your home. It can range from minor to severe Termite Damage Repair. Sometimes it can be something that can be patched and painted and sometimes it will have to be replaced. Termites rapidly can eat out the inner part of the structural timbers, leaving only the outside harder area to look like nothing has happened, but indeed it is hollow and the inspector will find this out as he does his inspection. It is very important that the inspector looks for damage because it involves the strength of the structure. You never want any kind of weakening of your structure so these things must always be looked at from a professional point of view. Here at “Easy Termite” we always look for what is best for our customers investment, there home.
Now we will try and cover a little about Drywood Termite Damage Repair. It is basically the same as the Subterranean Termite Damage Repair except they don’t need moisture they strictly work only with drywood, hence their name Drywood termites. Drywood Termites “chew” their way through the framing of your home as well as they can hollow out things such as rafters, posts, attic timbers, wall studs, roof joists, sub flooring along with window frames, and foundation bracing just to name a few. Drywood Termites chew across the grains of wood. Unfortunately the first signs are usually the pellets they produce and that’s what the home owner sees before they are alarmed of having termites let alone any damage because the damage is hidden behind the wall boards etc. Again this should always be inspected by a professional point of view and we will always do our best to take care of your home and make sure you have a trained professional handle all of your Termite Damage Repair.