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Tips for Effective Termite Damage Control

Robert Hicks - Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Mostly, termite damage is not covered under your home insurance policy, thereby making it mandatory for you to take termite control seriously. Termites are such small enemies of your house which once they enter your house are never ready to move out and eventually make your paradise a hell. In Texas, the condition is even worse, as it is a hub of subterranean termites that are the most damaging structural pests in Texas. Many researchers have proven the fact that in Texas, subterranean termites swarm primarily during the spring. The precipitation, accumulation of heat and other environmental factors play an important role in the growth of termite colonies.

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You can’t change the climatic condition of your place as it is not under your control, but you can control termites as it is in your hand. There are only two things which you need to do in order to help prevent termites. They are as follows:

Lower Your Risk Factors - Remove Unused Woods and Papers

You are the owner of your house so the onus lies on you to maintain it. Make your house termite unfriendly by identifying the areas prone to termite attack. Termites love moisture; therefore it is highly advisable to remove old form boards, unused wood planks, grade stakes or rubbish paper stacks, tree trunks and roots near your house, as they may attract termites.

Hire Professional Termite Control Service

Hire a qualified professional termite control and pest management service firm. The professionals here have expertise in identifying the colonies of termites and they install a termite management system, thereby saving you from concealed attack of termites.

The Markle Termite and Pest Management Firm located in Dallas, Texas, gives you the best service in controlling termite and other pests. Contact us for more information!