Deciding which one is best is largely based on the results of a detailed whole house inspection from a qualified pest control technician. If your home is currently infested with termites, wood-eating beetles, or other pests, you will need a pest control treatment to eliminate these unwanted guests from the home.
Protecting your home against termites is essential in order to prevent costly repairs later. Once termites take up residence in your home, it can become difficult to fully eradicate the problem in one visit.
There are numerous areas in the home where termites will build colonies that are not easily accessible. In the past, this often meant tearing down the dry wall and ceilings in the interior of the home, or removing siding and roofing on the exterior of the home, further adding to the repair costs of the home. Thanks to modern technologies and new technologies for termite control in San Diego, it is now possible to reach colonies in difficult locations in the home, without having to take drastic measures.
Termites quickly multiply, and infestations often go unnoticed for several years until a property owner sees a termite. By this time, there could easily be numerous termite colonies throughout the entire home or building structure. Hundreds of termite colonies with millions of termites can survive in a small one-acre area.
Preparing to put your San Diego home on the market is a detailed process. It requires more than just taking out an ad in the local San Diego newspaper or retaining the services of a qualified real estate agent to assist with the sale of the home.
First, you need to make your home ready to show potential buyers. No one wants to walk into a home that is cluttered, dirty, or needs repairs, especially if you are looking to get top dollar out of the property.