Why You Should Consider Termite Prevention Services?
June 28, 2017
Do you own insurance? While not everyone has health insurance, life insurance, or some other kind of insurance that protects against the unexpected, large expenses of life, we all have vehicle insurance--unless, of course, you don't own a vehicle. But, even if you don't have this type of insurance, you can understand why it is so important that every vehicle has this coverage. Understanding why insurance is so important is key to understanding why termite prevention is vital for every home or business owner.
You probably don't have to worry about your house running into another house. Even if you have a mobile home, you don't take it for joy rides down the road. The only time it moves is when you're moving it with another vehicle.
You also don't have to worry about another house slamming into your house. But, house accidents are not why you get homeowners insurance. You get it to protect from other things damaging your home, like a fire, vandalism, or a freak act of nature. But termites are not considered an act of nature by most insurance companies. They are considered "preventable" through reasonable maintenance. So, finding out that termites have "totaled" your home is devastating--even more so if you spend years building wealth. Nothing can wipe wealth out faster than an unexpected, and costly, problem that isn't protected by insurance.
When you invest in health insurance, you're prepared if something bad ever happens to you medically. If you have no health insurance, a frustrating medical crisis could have a secondary effect of wiping out your entire savings. While termite services are not considered insurance, they are what stand between you and devastating financial hardship. When you pay to have termite prevention installed around your property, you decide how much you will allow termites to cost you. And that is real peace of mind. You don't have to wonder if you'll ever discover an infestation that has gone on for years, and face a repair bill large enough to drain your entire savings. You're protected.
There is no way to know who will get termites--just as there is no way to know when or if a person will have a serious medical crisis within their lifetime. Those who know how to build wealth, know the importance of deferring risk, so that Murphy's Law doesn't bite them in the bank account. That is why everyone who owns property should have termite prevention services in place. It is a simple matter of risk difference. Get your protection in place today and protect your wealth.