Termite Damage

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Chuck Berndt

Termite Damage

Post by Chuck Berndt » Mon Jan 27, 2003 4:35 pm

I have been told most homeowners insurance doesn't cover termite irradication. What about any damage done by termites ?? Replacing of siding studs etc. ?? Is there a way to get the insurnace to cover those costs ??

thanx for any info ..

-Chuck

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Re: Termite Damage

Post by charlie23 » Mon May 01, 2017 7:19 am

Chuck Berndt wrote:
Mon Jan 27, 2003 4:35 pm
I have been told most homeowners insurance doesn't cover termite pest control. What about any damage done by termites ?? Replacing of siding studs etc. ?? Is there a way to get the insurnace to cover those costs ??

thanx for any info ..

-Chuck

Hello Chuck Berndt,

You may have had your home properly treated for termites, but you must understand that the treatment products used can diminish over time. Also, if you have made additions or other changes to your home, an additional inspection and treatment may be necessary. If you are buying a new home, make sure it has been properly treated for termites. Many pest control companies guarantee their termite treatments by offering a warranty in which they are responsible for additional inspections and/or treatments at agreed intervals. These tiny creatures cost homeowners billions of dollars each year. Termites damage your home from the inside out and if left untreated, a colony can cause considerable damage to your home. Performing proper maintenance and regularly checking for visible signs of a termite infestation can help you eliminate possible damage and very costly repairs

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