There is No Termite DIY

Feb 14, 2017 -- Posted by : admin

DID YOU KNOW ... More than 600,000 U.S. homes suffer from termite damage totaling more than $5 billion annually?

No Termite

More than 2 million homes require termite treatment each year. Homeowners insurance can help recover losses from fires, floods and earthquakes, but it is almost impossible to get insurance against termites. Termites are found in almost every state as well as Mexico and parts of Canada. They eat wood and may also destroy paper products, cardboard boxes, furniture, and various other items. Even buildings with steel framing and masonry walls are targets because of the wooden doors, window frames, support beams, cabinets and shelving. Finding out your home has termites can be scary. You typically can’t see them, you can’t hear them and frequently only a trained inspector can find signs of an infestation. Do-it-yourself treatments for the control of termites are virtually impossible. Specialized equipment is used and only experts have the necessary knowledge for effective control. A trained termite control specialist can provide protection from termite infestation. To learn more about how we can develop a termite management plan best suited to your situation, call us, your trained pest professionals, today.

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