Termite Facts and Information

Termite Control Information and Facts

Posted on August 9, 2014 · Posted in Termite Control

Termite Control Information and Facts

-No termites in Alaska.
It’s true. Unless you live in Alaska, your home is a target for termites – one of nature’s most destructive pests. Termites have survived over 250 million years. They can quickly adapt to changing environments. And the central heating systems that have been installed in homes today can often allow termites to live in the adjacent soil year round. Kilter Termite and Pest Control

-Termites don’t go away.
Termites are always present in the soil surrounding your home. A typical lot surrounding a home can support three to four active colonies. Each colony can contain up to a million termites. So the threat of infestation is always present. Find out what you can do to help

-They cause over a billion dollars in damage every year.*
Termites infest close to a million homes annually, causing over a billion dollars in damage. And a typical homeowner’s insurance policy does not cover the cost of termite damage. No matter where or how your home is built, it is susceptible to termites.

-They can feed undetected.
You can’t always see termites because they feed undetected. Termite workers attack the wood in your home from the inside out and infestations can go undiscovered until the wood is almost completely destroyed.

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