Termites become a problem whenever they infest your home and no measures are taken to remove and eliminate the colony or colonies. This becomes a problem because flying termites and subterranean termites have a voracious appetite that keeps the feeding cycle going around the clock. That means every hour could mean more damage to your property. To keep the termite colonies active, during the swarming season, which usually takes place during the spring, male and female termites are tasked with developing new colonies where soldier and worker termites keep the colony protected, intact and thriving.
As a property owner, being proactive in controlling and eliminating termites can help avoid potential and expensive damages to the structure. Getting an inspection by a professional engineer to determine structural damage, scheduling an inspection by a professional pest control service, and securing a termite bond to cover treatment for the property are steps you can take whether signs are present of an infestation is suspected.
When termites have invaded your home, you may not know it immediately but signs of termites are visible if you look closely. Signs to look for include:
When you see signs of termites, it's time to call in the technicians for a free no obligation termite inspection. An inspection is the first step towards securing the structural integrity of your home. While there are steps you can take to eliminate creating a welcoming environment for termites, only the professional and experienced staff at Clint Miller Exterminating know how to get rid of termites.
Schedule a free inspection for a technician to thoroughly check your property, determine the level of infestation, discuss treatment options, then map out a plan of action. Call at your earliest convenience or fill out the online request form and get the help needed to eliminate termites and prevent additional damage to your home or business.