Comments: Comments, Bugs, Heat

I hope your trip goes well - I don't know HOW you camp in Florida. I couldn't do it...

And I don't know how my hubby and I ever communicated without text messaging. Yeesh...

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Posted by qwjasj at May 16, 2009 06:25 PM

My husband does not use text messaging, but at least now he will leave his cell phone on - that took a while. Now I have a shot at getting hold of him - although I seldom need to do that - which is a good thing.

I'm with Rich - I hate camping, but even more I'd never be able to camp in Florida... oh forget it - I hate camping anywhere. ROFLMAO.

Posted by Teresa at May 17, 2009 11:54 AM

Bou,

I live in the South, too...hot, humid weather makes for fertile breeding grounds of all types of vermin, including termites.

Bite the bullet and pay for repairs, treatment and a service contract, but stay away from that company with a name that sounds like germinecks...they've been the defendants in many a law suit for failing to stand by their warranties.

Ask friends, neighbors and co-workers for references and double-check everything with your local Better Business Bureau, Secretary of State and Attorney General's offices.

Look for a company who will offer a treatment guaranteed to last 10 years that provides for annual inspections at a minimal annual fee. For example: treatment after repairs made by licensed contractor costs $1000.00; treatment is warrantied for 10 years; annual inspections are offered to notify homeowners of problems which would could cause termites not covered by the warranty (i.e. leaking water line) for $100 a year.

Cheap insurance, this I know.

Good Luck!

Posted by Pam at May 17, 2009 04:02 PM

Fix comments...please.

Posted by JihadGene at May 17, 2009 06:16 PM