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How to Deal With Termites In Your Home

Are you suspicious termites are in your home? Here’s what to do.

If you suspect termites are in your home, it is not the end of the world. Remain calm and contact a professional pest control service. Our Clearwater termite control team will eliminate these unwelcome visitors as quickly as possible. Even if you are uncertain as to whether there might be termites or another type of insect in your Clearwater home, it is better to be safe than sorry by scheduling an inspection. Damaged wood, droppings, and termite wings are common signs of termites that are certainly a cause for concern.

Understand the Threat

Termites are not a major threat to you or your pets. However, they are a serious threat to your home’s structure. Termites take some time to cause considerable damage to wood. A new termite colony can start up near your home and you would not notice visible damage for a while. Structural damage will only become visible as time progresses. You have the power to stop this from happening. You should contact a Clearwater termite control team at the first sign of the presence of termites on your property.

Pay Close Attention to the Signs of Termites

Note the location of the termites or the signs of their presence. This information will help our Clearwater termite control team identify the termites’ location(s) and avenues of access to your home.

Bring in Clearwater’s Termite Control Professionals

Schedule an appointment with our pest control professionals so we can analyze how the termites made it into your home, where they are located, and determine the best way to eliminate them. The inspection will cover all portions of the home that has wood members. This includes crawl spaces, attics, and the interior/exterior of rooms. The inspection pinpoints termite infestations in the wood, allows the inspector to determine the best approach to extermination, and determine if any structural repairs are required.

Another inspection will be required after the extermination occurs to ensure the termites have not returned. This second inspection usually occurs around a year after the extermination. If any new termite colonies or infestations are discovered, the property will have to be treated again.

Contact Prohealth Pest Control Today

Do not live one more day with termites in your home. Our pest control professionals will find out where the termites are hiding, determine their point of access, eliminate them, and help you protect your home against subsequent invasions.

Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation. You can reach our Clearwater termite control team at 727-888-6253.

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