Termites can be nasty little buggers, quite literally. If left to their own devices, they do what they were made to do – hollow out trees, logs, and any other wood structure in hopes to grow their population. It’s an incredible process in nature; but terrible for your properties!
Early Detection and Prevention
Keep your property safe from pests by checking your wood structures often; we suggest at least once a year. The earlier you catch the infestation, the better the chances that a professional company can isolate and fix the damage without affecting the entire structure.
Termites, left untreated, can do serious damage to your property in a hurry. The longer they’re left to colonize inside your wood structures, the greater the probability that they begin to decimate support structures, typically resulting in the need for large wood beam replacements.
Again, if caught early, small sections of your wood structure can be cut out (where their nest was formed) and replaced with a new piece of wood. This process costs you far less because of the decrease in materials and work hours required for this repair.
Getting to the Numbers
Termite treatments can cost anywhere between $400-$3,000, depending on the treatment and size of residence or property. A mid-sized wood repair project caused by termite damage can run in the ballpark of $3,000 (prices for repair can vary widely due to the different levels and difficulty of repairs). Certainly not cheap, but termite repairs are a necessary if you want to keep your wood structures safe and secure.
These costs can add up quickly if the damage goes unnoticed or untreated; so it’s always best to have your property regularly checked in areas that termites frequent. Looking at the cost of small repairs and regular maintenance over time is a lot more manageable than having to shell out thousands of dollars for one repair bill.
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