Repairing Termite Damage

Although termite damage may be reversed through professional repair, measures should always be taken first to ensure that the infestation has been fully exterminated and that the home is protected against future infestations. Taking these steps will prevent further costly repairs in the future.

Contact a termite inspector to schedule an inspection of the home to determine if there is termite activity. The termite inspector will be able to offer services to deal with active infestations as well as preventatives.

After ensuring that your home is free of termites and risks of future infestation, existing damage should be repaired. Contacting several local contractors for estimates may be a good idea before repairing termite damage.

Wood Ceiling Damaged by Termites: picture of ceiling damaged by termites

Termite Control

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Why should you be worried?

Termites cost Americans more than $5 billion in damage each year and most insurance plans don’t cover the damage.

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