It might surprise you to know that not all termites eat wood—it’s the subterranean and drywood species of the insect that you have to watch out for—but the ones that do can cause severe interior and exterior damage to wooden structures.
Termite exterminators can attack these meddlesome bugs with a variety of pest control methods. Homeowners can choose between new pest management options like non-repellent liquid treatments as well as established methods, such as subterranean bait systems. Each treatment method of termite control and extermination has its specific advantages and drawbacks. You should discuss these options with your pest control company.
Recent news reports have highlighted the problem major cities are experiencing with bed bugs. Because they are notoriously difficult to eliminate and easy to spread, bed bugs are the new focus of exterminators determined to fight this wave of infestation. Some pest control companies have developed unique or high-tech methods for dealing with these unwanted guests, including the use of specially trained animals and thermographic equipment to find infestations.
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