The Dangers of Termite Damage

Roaches, crickets, spiders, and many other bugs have are capable for finding ways in our homes. Termites are one of the scariest insects out there when it comes to your home’s structure and health of your children.

Termites are the most destructive insects’ pest of wood causing more than 90 billion damage each year. They also destroy structural timbers, pallets, crates, furniture, and other wood. They consume cellulose products like paper, cartons and fabrics.

In addition they will damage materials they do not normally eat as they food.

Diseases caused by Termites

Housing related health concerns include asthma exposure to dust, mites, cockroaches and existence of other insects.

Illness you can get from termites

  • Termite Nests

Termites create nest by cementing soil wood together with their saliva and faeces. Exposure to the termite nests, saliva, and faeces can trigger Asthma and Allergies.

  • Molds

Termites can spread molds, when they crawl through the woods they also disperse molds. Molds can cause Skin diseases, fungal, and mycotoxin’s toxicity.

How do I know if I have Termites at home?

  • Hollow sounding woods
  • Group of winged insects
  • Discarded wings
  • Cracked or distorted paint on woods surfaces
  • Mud tubes on exterior wall

How to protect our home from termites?

Termites are often know as hidden threats to your investments. For the better solution call a professional pest management for the right recommendation and treatment for your infected home.

Pest Away Corporation has its innovative and modern ways for inspection.

The Three Easy Steps to a SAFE HOME

  • Look: The HomeSafe advanced Infrared Inspection

HomeSafe employs its infrared scanning inspection program in your home. This is high tech (patent pending) allows homesafe to actually see inside your home’s walls, wiring, ceilings, floors, plumbing and wiring.

  • Listen: The Homesafe Acoustic Termite Inspection

HomeSafe employs its high acoustic sensor which can actually detect termite noises that human ear cannot hear. We can pinpoint the exact location for treatment.

  • Learn: The Homesafe Visual Inspection

All homeSafe inspectors are licensed and expert they don’t just point out the problems but they look for the solutions.

Making sure you have all the information you need to make the best purchasing decision is what our company, HomeSafe is all about.