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Subterranean termites started swarming in Los Angeles and other cities in SoCal. When you see swarming or flying termites there is no need to panic. They are not vector of diseases but almost for certain damage the property. You can spray them with water or any other cleaning material and clean them after they fall down. It will be beneficial to keep a sample in a plastic or other container for our inspector to identify the termites. Meanwhile, you can call us or book online your free inspection after which we will assess the situation and offer remedies. Most of the time lot more issues are found other than subterranean termite infestations. So it will be an excuse to do a good wood destroying organisms inspection and rectify issues .

Most Homes And Other Structures Qualify For A Complete Wood Destroying Organisms (termite) Inspection


Pest Control vs Wood Destroying Organisms (Termites) Control

While the profession of Pest Control relates mainly to any living organism which is considered to be a nuisance in residential or commercial structure, Termite Control is mainly related to Wood Destroying Organism’s Control. Termites become pests only when they swarm inside the structure, however while they are eating the wood inside wood members without bothering homeowners, they can hardly be called pests since do not disturb them in a direct sense. Mainly, this is why fires and hurricanes get all the publicity while termites do the most of the damage. This is similar to the situation when airline crashes make all the noise in the news while heart attacks are the main cause of premature deaths by killings millions, not hundreds.

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