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An abundance amount of roof debri and moss may cause an infestion of ants and roof damage.
Earth-to-wood contact and cellulose debri can contribute towards an infestion of termites or dry-rot.
Excessive moisture on a structure may lead to water damage, dry-rot and a carpenter ant infestion.
Ground covering the foundation will prevent an adequate protective barrier application.
Open subflooring in the crawl space can create an entry point for mice and rats
Open vent screen can create an entry point for Raccoons, Oppossums, Rats, and Mice
Over grown vegetation can contribute towards haboraging for spiders
Rain gutter full of debri can cause carpenter ants to harborage and clogged down spouts leading to dry-rot.
Uncovered dryer vents can provide for rodent harboraging and a potential fire hazard.
Unsealed voids under eaves on roofs can provide access for birds and squirrels.
Vegetation growing against a structure can create a bridge for ants and can cause dry-rot.
Conductive Conditions – Green Valley Pest Control