We’ve made it through winter, but now that we’re on the cusp of spring, it’s time to get mad at those tiny pests that sneak their way into your home. Whether you suspect you have termites or not, now’s the time to protect your family by scheduling a termite inspection.
Why Termites are So Maddening
Termites are tiny, silent destroyers. Unlike other pests that congregate on your windowsill or march across your countertops, they are one of the most destructive forces impacting homeowners. They don’t even require sleep. They can feed on a home 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. A colony can live in your home for over five years before they begin to leave signs that they’re there.
The National Pest Management Association declares that, in the United States, termite infestations cause more than $5 billion in property damage each year. And, these are costs not covered by your homeowner’s insurance. No home is impervious to termites, so your best course of action is to have a professional check your home for termites and if none are found, take preventive measures that preserve the value of your property and give you peace of mind.
Let Ecola Take the Mad Away
Ecola’s termite specialists make solving any termite problem simple. Your free termite inspection will locate any colonies you might have and develop a termite treatment plan specific to your situation. If you are concerned about the use of chemicals in your home, we have natural termite control solutions that are just as effective as fumigation.
If you don’t have termites, you might consider a preventive plan. The installation of TAP Insulation is advantageous in a number of ways. TAP insulation is Thermal Acoustical Pest Control insulation that is mainly composed of old newspapers and a specially formulated borate solution that keeps both bugs and noise out. Blown in on top of your existing insulation, it offers permanent pest protection against many household insects and pests that like to invade attics and walls. The added insulation will lower your heating costs too.
Call Ecola at 1-800-332 BUGS (2847) for a free termite inspection today!
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