Some of the most destructive insects around are termites. Flies, Cockroaches, and other insects cause us grief, but nothing more. Termites have the ability to destroy a building’s framework and foundation, which puts them on a whole other level. Termites are also known to destroy trees, bushes, and other vegetation that gets in their way. More than likely, you will need the help of a professional to get rid of them because doing it on your own will prove to be impossible.

Nearly all pest control companies offer termite exterminator services. The damage caused by termites is catastrophic because they are by far the most destructive. Mice, cockroaches, and other insects travel alone. Termites do not. The chances are high that if you have one, you will have thousands or tens of thousands.

The damage cannot be undone once termites have infested your home and eaten through walls or door frames. The telltale sign that you have termites is small piles of sawdust or unexplainable holes that lead to major structural damage.

It’s best to start researching the best termite control companies in the area. Not all pest control companies are equal. Some of them do not even require certification or training when it comes to termite pest control. You will find a company that is up to date with research, technologies, and innovations because they will take pride in this. You will also find a company that has a history of happy companies and guarantees their work. Usually, one or two visits will suffice, but the more serious infestations will require more.

It is very common to not even know how the termites got in your house. That is not unusual. There are multiple sources from nearby construction, to the wooded area around, or even bringing one home from another location. Once you have just a few, it is only a matter of time before you are completely infested, and that can be overwhelming! Call Zip Zap Termite & Pest Control today! 816-407-PEST (7378)

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Jeff is a Board Certified Entomologist (BCE) and a Public Health Entomology Certificate Holder (PHE). He has worked in the pest control industry since 1985.