When you enlist the help of a professional termite exterminator, termite treatments are completely safe. A trained technician will apply the treatment manner that is safe for you, your family, and your home.
Termite treatment should be applied after finding an active infestation. It should also be applied regularly to ensure termites are prevented. A termite exterminator can help determine when termite treatment is necessary.
Termite treatments are sometimes strong enough to ward off other pests. Certain treatments can be effective against ants, roaches, beetles, and other types of pests that may be in or around your home.
Homeowners’ insurance almost never covers the costs of termite treatments. This is because policies often only cover preventable damage. Termite bonds can help cover and prevent termite-related costs.
Two of the main types of termite treatment include bait stations and liquid termiticides. Both of these termite treatments are considered extremely effective for not just controlling but preventing termites around your home.
When you work with a professional termite exterminator, they will help determine how often your property needs to be both treated and inspected for termites. Some treatments last longer than others.
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