To quote the late Frank Zappa, “it can’t happen here!” At least that’s what we would like to think about our homes and the critters we share them with. Did you know that we share our homes with an average of 100 different bugs? That’s right, according to a survey of 50 homes performed by
We think this progression of pictures says it rather nicely. This home in Ventura County had dryrot and termite infestation in its fascia boards. Our crew removed the fascia boards, treated the area for termites, added new fascia boards, and even repainted to match the home. You can expect quality from BPC Pest Control!
Sometimes a leaky toilet or sink can wreak havoc on your flooring and floor joists. Dry rot, fungus, and mold are common problems. Once the plumbing issues are fixed, BPC has team members with skills to repair and replace the affected areas. A water leak above caused dry rot and fungus
Boy, you take the old fascia off, expecting to just pop a new board back on and whaddya got? Fungus damage in the sub-fascia, along with drywood termites! There was no way to tell there even WAS a sub-fascia. Hey… its not like we snuck in there last night and put that fungus there!
Southern California is prone to drought and residents here are always very excited when the rains finally come. We wait so long and are so relieved, but we completely forget what it means to the pest industry. Many times after that first nice rain a swarm of little black bugs with oversized wings appears.
Let me say this: If this is the kind of repair you want on your home or one you are about to buy, don't call us. We won't do it. We have worked hard to instill a pride of workmanship and responsibility into all of those working for the BPC family. Do you
If that note were on a paper napkin with smudged lip-stick, I might be in trouble. However, I am a sharp businessman. It was written on a 2 Taka note with an attractive magpie on it from Bangladesh, and I know they have termites in Bangladesh. Obviously from a distressed homeowner looking for honest
My wife, Patrice, asks me when will I retire? I reply if one is doing what one loves, why quit? Someday the office will get a phone call saying - come check on this guy, he/s been in my attic for an awfully long time!! Oh, well.