Will termites come back after treatment?
Termites can come back, and if your home already has sustained damage from these pests, it will be even more vulnerable to a major infestation.
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How often should house be treated for termites?
How often should a residence be treated for termites? Question: How often do you need to retreat a residence for termite control (every year, every 2 years, longer)? Answer: Termite control is done once and it will last from 6-13 years; however, a yearly inspection of the house is usually done.
Can you get rid of termites permanently?
While you cannot get rid of termites permanently from the environment, you can help prevent them from taking root in your home and control any active colonies nearby. Although it may be tempting to try termite control yourself, prevention and treatment is best left to the professionals.
Should you not buy a house with termites?
Trey McCallie, principal broker at Urban Toolbox Real Estate in Lexington, KY, suggests that a buyer can purchase a home with termite damage as long as it’s not in the floor joists or any of the main supports of the home.
What percent of homes have termites?
Termites are the greatest pest concern, worrying one in four, and 13 percent actually experienced termites in the last 12 months. Nearly one quarter (22 percent) of homeowners had experienced structural damage to their home from a pest problem.