What is a Termite Guarantee?

Most Common Types of Termites

Termite Protection
What does a termite look like?

There are four main types of wood-destroying organisms: subterranean termites, drywood termites, wood-destroying beetles and wood-destroying fungi. Unfortunately, all of these termites are problems where we live. The subterranean termites cause the most damage. Their colony can include millions of termites and the worker termites forage for food 24/7. Their food is the wood in your home: your floors, walls and ceilings.

Termite Damage

Five million homes in the United States have a termite infestation every year and the damage caused is typically NOT covered by a homeowners insurance policy. As a result, homeowners end up paying for the repair out of pocket. 

The National Pest Management Association estimates the homeowner’s cost of termite damage to be $5 billion each year. 

Homeowners Insurance doesn’t usually cover termite damage.

What is a Termite Guarantee?

Termite Guarantees offered by Pest Control companies usually cover the cost of any termite damage repairs. But, it’s important to know that not all of these guarantees are the same.

The Massey Services Termite Guarantee

What is a Massey Services Termite Guarantee

When you have termite protection with Massey Services, our Guarantee includes the cost of repairing any NEW termite or wood destroying insect damage. This includes an unlimited retreatment and repair guarantee and covers the structure and contents of the home. Additionally, Massey Services continues to inspect the home annually.

Is the Massey Services Termite Guarantee Transferrable?

YES! The Massey Services Termite Guarantee is transferrable to a new homeowner and is an added benefit to any property listing.

Our Service Areas

Massey Services is conveniently located throughout the South and Southeast states. You’ll find our offices in most major cities like: Greenville Termite Control and Oklahoma City Termite Control. For a full list of all of our locations, visit our LOCATIONS page on the Massey Services website.