More than 600,000 U.S. homes suffer termite damage totaling over $1.5
billion annually. That is more damage than is caused by all fires, storms and
earthquakes combined. More than 2 million homes require termite treatment
each year. Termites are not a danger to humans or pets. They do not bite
or spread disease.
Wood Destroying Insects, such as Subterranean Termite,
Carpenter Ants and Carpenter Bees, can do significant damage to wooden
structures. Termites are smaller than the size of a piece of rice.
They have broad waists and have antennae that look like chains of beads.
It is best to inspect your home at least once a year for signs of termites, or other Wood Destroying Insects.
Inspections are an important part of any structural pest control routine, and that is why our services include an Integrated Pest Management approach. Looking for natural treatment alternatives, including exclusionary tactics and organic pesticides, are the future of our industry. Being a woman owned business, we understand the need to ensure not only the control of pests, but in the safest and most efficient manner at your home, office, or New Jersey vacation property.
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