Texas Termite Control – San Antonio Termite Extermination
After you have selected a Termite Control Professional, and they have assessed your problem, you should receive a complete termite inspection report, along with a work contract and fumigation notice. The documentation will give you a thorough explanation of the work to be performed and the chemicals that are going to be used. It is best to ask the inspector to speak to you in person about these reports, in case you have any questions. This is especially important if you are receiving a complete fumigation. Texas Termite Control Company will provide you with a Fumigation Notice which explains what should be taken from the house, what is acceptable to leave in the house and how to handle perishable and open food products. visit our site @ http://jenkinspest.com/san-antonio-termite-control
Texas Termite Control Company will provide you with state approved bags for bagging food. You will need to remember to take the dog, cat, bird and plants. All living things must be removed. As stated earlier, this type of fumigation will take two (2) days. As an added note, if anyone in the family has allergies or breathing problems you should consult your physician informing him/her of the chemicals that are being used. They can then determine if this will be harmful to your health.
Moving Back into The Home
Prior to moving back into your home, a thorough inspection to ensure that all evidence of the chemicals have dissipated will be performed. You will then be instructed on how to handle the possessions that were left in the house. Under normal conditions, it is usually just necessary to wash utensils and dishes.
Preventive Maintenance for The Homeowner
Now that you have had your home fumigated, you should start implementing some of your own preventive measures to attempt to prevent anymore or extensive damage by termites. Remember, your goal is to minimize infestation as much as possible. This will require help from you along with a Texas < Termite Control Company. The homeowner’s role in controlling wood destroying insects and organisms should be by moving any wood or branches away from the home (i.e. cords, trim trees and branches, scraps). If not done, this creates a fertile environment for termites. Also, if you have had your home renovated, it is likely that you have cellulose debris around and under the house. Along with termites, there are other wood destroying insects, such as carpenter ants and other organisms. You will want to ensure there are no hidden plumbing leaks anywhere. Excessive moisture causes a fungus, which is a wood destroying organism. Proper ventilation around the property will assist with preventing excessive moisture. So, along with fumigation, you may want to have a plumber come out and check for leaks in areas noted by the termite inspector. This information will be provided in your Termite Report. Not only is this a problem to the wood, but it can promote an excessive water bill as well.
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