The Best-Rate blog isn’t very old, but after some review and brainstorming, I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s time for a revamp. Initially, I created this blog as a tool to talk about Best-Rate Repair and to give readers interesting facts and basic wood repair advice. Now I realize that this blog shouldn’t be about Best-Rate Repair; it should be a resource for readers on a specific area where information isn’t readily available.
With this in mind, I thought about the different areas of wood repair that I know and what type of questions I get most often from customers. I realized that while termites cause billions of dollars in damage in the United States each year, there really isn’t a whole lot of information available for homeowners, real estate agents, property managers and other people who have a personal stake in real estate.
Even though I now own a wood repair and construction business that offers a wide variety of services, my roots go back to termites. I was a field technician for a termite company and then a successful termite inspector for many years. In other words, I know termites, and I’d like to share that knowledge on this blog.
For the foreseeable future, you’ll notice that my blog posts will focus more on termites. My goal is to provide relevant, non-markety information about spotting, evaluating and addressing termite damage. If you are a homeowner or regularly deal with homes and homeowners, I hope the information in this blog will help you catch termites early, mitigate as much damage as possible and (for those who work with homeowners) provide better and more expert service.
If you happen to need termite damage repair, I do hope you’ll consider calling my company, Best-Rate Repair for a quote, but that’s not what this blog is about. This information is for you, so ask questions and post comments!