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In many areas of Greater Los Angeles subterranean termites started swarming. If you see flying termites, there is no need to get upset and think it will need a speedy remedy. Just spray them with Windex or even water and clean up the remains. As a rule, swarming termites are a sign of termite infestation on the structure. This means that they may be eating and damaging the structure. We offer free complete termite and other wood destroying organisms inspections There may be other issues too. There is no need to call a termite company just to kill or clean these flying termites, it will mean he did literally nothing. Termites are already dead or will be in an hour or so, and whoever cleans your house can also clean them too.

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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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