Resist-a-Flame™ Insect Inhibitor is absorbed into porous materials such as wood and repels ants, termites, roaches, crickets and any other wood boring Insect.
Termites are silent and very difficult to detect. They can eat on the wood in your home for years before you ever know you have a problem. And each year, unfortunate homeowners fork out thousands of dollars to repair termite damage. In fact, termites cause more damage than fires and floods combined. If you plan to renovate your bathroom and discover termite damage, it will cost you anywhere between $5,000 and $8,000 to make necessary repairs. The worst part is most insurance plans do not protect against the havoc that termites can cause. The worst part is most insurance plans do not protect against the havoc that termites can cause.
Basically, chemical termite extermination will be priced by linear foot. If your home is about 1,250-sq ft or 150-linear ft, its cost would amount to $1,350 to $2,500. So if your home structure is 200-linear ft or 2,500-sq ft, termite treatment cost is $1,700 – $3,200.
Resist-a-Flame™ Mold Inhibitor is absorbed into porous materials such as wood and prevents black mold and mildew from growing on the surface by blocking moisture absorption.
While the potential for damaging fires is commonly overlooked by homeowners, no problems cause more damage and health issues than do mold and termites. Real estate agents, extermination specialists and mold inspectors have put an emphasis on regular inspections so that homeowners aren’t taken by surprise by these things. Taking care of your home will ensure that it provides you with comfortable living for years to come. For new home construction, getting ahead of these costly disasters from the ground up is essential.
Mold removal from a residential crawlspace costs between $500 and $4000, but the final cost of a typical mold cleanup project usually ranges from $2000 to $6000.