With the current known species of termites around the world at the 3,000 mark, and rising each year, your home may be a potential food source for these hungry pests. Once termites infest a home, the damage can range from the foundation and floors to the ceiling and roof tiles, and any wood structure in-between.
If you are concerned your home has an infestation or you want to determine if your home has nesting termites, there are options open to residents to use do-it-yourself products and natural termite control techniques.
Although these may seem like the perfect solution, it is highly recommended you contact a professional termite control service to search for, treat with appropriate termite control chemicals, and eliminate all termite activity.
You may be tempted to attempt a termite control home remedy, but chances are, the process will be more like putting a Band-Aid on the problem. Termite treatment at home is designed as a quick fix for the moment, not for the long term.
There are a few steps you can take to help keep termites from finding your home, entering your home, and keeping alert for signs of termites in your home or garden.
When termites move in, it's to find food to fuel the colony. This is a continuous cycle requiring termite control products and termite control specialists. Consider these benefits provided by pest experts.
At Clint Miller Exterminating, we've been taking care of pests for over 30 years and that includes termites. We have expert technicians, a variety of termite control products to fit your needs, and treatments guaranteed to do the job. Call today or use our online form to schedule your no obligation free home inspection.