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The Importance of Termite Repair

Did you know that termite damage can present as a roof leak? In South Florida we are very susceptible to the weather, local wildlife, and pests. Termites are very common in the area we live in, and you usually will never know you have a termite problem until something happens, like a roof leak. 

At Chase Roofing we are able to help with repair leaks caused by termite damage. Our process is to first fix the leak. If we see termites while repairing the leak, we will bag a sample to send to the exterminator to identify the type of termite, so you can get your home treated for the level of infestation you have.

Roof damage caused by termites is never something you want to hear as a homeowner. We want to assure you that you can count on us to be your roofer on speed dial to help repair the damage caused by the termites.

Moisture meter displaying a high moisture reading of 34.7% on a cracked wall surface.

Signs You Might Need Residential Termite Repair?

Roof Maintenance may be necessary for several reasons, including:

Look for visible signs of damage to wooden structures such as beams, rafters, or support columns. Termite-infested wood may appear hollowed out or have tunnels running along its surface.

Termite damage can weaken structural components, leading to sagging floors or ceilings. If you notice any unusual dips or sags, it could be a sign of termite activity.

Tap wooden surfaces with a hard object. If they sound hollow rather than solid, it may indicate termite damage.

Subterranean termites often build mud tubes along walls or foundations to provide moisture and protection as they travel between their colony and food sources. Discovering these tubes is a clear sign of termite activity.

Swarms of winged termites (often called swarmers or alates) emerging from the soil, walls, or windowsills around your home are a strong indication of an active termite colony nearby.

Termite droppings, also known as frass, resemble tiny wood-colored pellets. Finding piles of frass near wooden structures or on windowsills could mean you have a termite infestation.

Termite damage can cause wooden doors and windows to become misaligned, making them difficult to open or close smoothly.

After mating, termite swarmers shed their wings. Finding discarded wings around your home, especially near windows or doors, suggests a recent termite swarm.

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