How Termites Are Removed From A Home

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Ants, spiders, fleas, mice and silverfish were all problems in my house at one point. When we bought the house, it hadn't been lived in for about three years. Since it was basically abandoned, the pests moved in and made it their homes. The first few months of battling with these pests was the hardest. We had so many different pests to contend with that it was hard to know where to start. With the help of a professional pest control technician, we have taken our home back from those pests and have been living pest free ever since. Find tips on eliminating the pests in your home here on my blog.


How Termites Are Removed From A Home

27 April 2021
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Termites are pests that will eat through rotten wood, and they don't care if the wood is on your home or not. They can chew through a lot of wood, and they can also make your home unlivable and unsafe if you leave them without doing something about them. If you have termites, you need to take action and get someone to your home to get rid of them. Getting rid of termites is not a DIY project you can do all on your own. You should hire a pest control company to help you get rid of termites. Read on for how termites are removed. 

The Food Source Is Found

Finding the food source is one of the first things that needs to be done. If the food source isn't taken care of, you could end up with this issue all over again. Your pest control specialist will figure out what is leading termites to your home and what they are eating. Once found, this part of your home can be repaired or replaced so the termites will move on and won't return to your home. 

The Termites Are Sprayed

Depending on how far these pests have spread throughout your home, they may be able to be sprayed by the pest control specialist, or the entire home may need to be fumigated with a tent. The tent is used to contain the pests so they don't scurry away to another home in your neighborhood, and to ensure they are killed. The pest control company will determine how far the infestation has gotten in your home and will spray or fumigate as needed. If your home is tented, you will not be able to be inside the house and will need to leave until the pest control company is finished with their job. If your home is sprayed on the exterior, you should be able to be in the home or at least stay at your home while these pests are being taken care of. 

Your Home Is Inspected

Once your home is sprayed, the pest control specialist will be sure the pests are completely gone. The termite tunnels can be removed and inspected to be sure they haven't returned or aren't still alive and feasting on your home. If more pest control is required, the pest control specialist will do what it takes to get rid of these pests.

If you have termites in your home, they can do a lot of damage and cost you a lot of money in damages. Hire a pest control company to help you get rid of these pests for good.

To learn more, reach out to a local termite control company today.