There are measures you can take to prevent a termite infestation and the resultant damage. Insectek’s termite experts have put together the following guide to help you protect your home against these silent destroyers. But even with these milder temps, pests like rodents, roaches, spiders, and scorpions will still be looking for places to shelter, including your home. Therefore, it’s best to have your house treated for pests year-round. Here’s more info about why such treatments are necessary and beneficial to you.
As fall arrives and temperatures moderate, many of us are spending more time outdoors. Unfortunately, many creepy-crawlies are enjoying the nice weather, too.
If you’re in the process of buying, selling, or refinancing a home, it’s important to be informed about WDIIRs. In plain English, that stands for wood-destroying insect inspection report, and it’s a critical component of buying/selling a home. So, what actually is a WDIIR, and what does it entail?
Most blogs and articles only cater to homeowners when offering advice on termites. But, infestations certainly occur in apartments and other multi-family dwellings, as well. Below, we offer a guide to handling termites for those of you who manage such commercial properties.