Property Enhancements, Additions, and Alterations That May Compromise Wood Destroying Organisms and Other Pest Protection.
A home represents the single largest investment that most people make in their lifetimes and investing in termite and other wood destroying organism protection is one of the most important decisions you can make for your property. Pest control firms work to control infestations and protect your property from future infestations.
They may employ several different pest management treatments and monitoring systems, but cannot be successful in protecting your property without the ability to periodically inspect your home for potential infestations. Termites and other wood destroying organisms are some of the most difficult pests to control and prevent, so the partnership between you and your pest management professional is necessary for success.
The following information is provided to educate homeowners on how changes to your home following a termite and other wood destroying organism treatment can: impact the effectiveness of the wood destroying organism treatment, impair your pest management professional’s ability to detect a termite or wood destroying organism re-infestation early, negatively impact your termite or wood destroying organism warranty coverage and result in potentially costly damages and repair in the future.
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Source: Tap Insulation