Real Estate Article
February 7, 2018
Title: EATEN OUT OF HOUSE…
…And Home!. Many a person who is a head of a household makes this outcry when facing the burdens and responsibilities of having to provide for their families. They feel so burdened by trying to make ends meet, such as the home mortgage, the taxes, the insurance, utilities, and food. However, there are much smaller “critters” that can literally “eat” a person “out of house and home” These are pesky little things called termites have been around forever! Termites are known to eat a lot! Per Pest World for Kids- sponsored by The National Pest Management Association, “Termite colonies eat non-stop, 24 hours a day, seven days a week!” “They can destroy building foundations, wooden support beams, plastic plumbing pipes, sub-flooring, insulation … even swimming pool liners and filtration systems! Termites can also injure or destroy living trees and shrubs.”
However, we do not want these pesky little creatures in our home to eat up the wooden frames, roofing, window sills, etc. So why does the real estate industry recommend that an owner of a home regularly schedule inspec
The advantages of preventative maintenance
Have you seen a tent over a home and wondered, Why that? That is the indication that the entire structure needs to be treated in treatment. That is what one would want to avoid having through preventative maintenance. There are various methods in treating against termite, ranging from chemicals to more environmentally friendly (natural) methods.
Find a reputable and licensed termite company that you feel comfortable working with, or referral from family or friends, or you may ask a realtor, or do your own due diligence search. Consulting with this type of expert will help you plan for your bottom-line savings! Saving your home!
This article was written by Nef Cortez who is a licensed Real Estate Broker, Ca BRE # 00560181, licensed since 1976. He can be reached for more information via e-mail at email@example.com, or website www.nefcortez.com. Please feel free to email any questions regarding real estate.