It doesn’t matter what your home is made of because termites don’t discriminate against brick, block, stucco or even homes built on concrete slabs.
That’s because termites get in through tiny cracks and crevices in, under and around your home. To make matters worse, your home may be sitting on up to six subterranean termite colonies in a single acre plot, with each colony housing up to millions of termites. Termites are almost never seen until their damage has already been done. There are termite warning signs to look for if you suspect you have them. However, the best termite prevention is having guaranteed Termite Protection for your home before you have a problem.
So how can you protect your home from the threat of termites?
Not all termite control companies are the same. When you start looking for a termite company to provide your home with effective termite protection, make sure you’re getting a complete termite inspection by an authorized professional. Termite inspections should include a complete review of your home – over, under, inside and out – and a written recommendation of termite treatment options. Midwestern pest control not only provides a detailed termite inspection of your home and property, we also provide a number of termite treatment options.
The Best Treatment and the Best Warranty
Our Total Termite Protection Plan combines a variety of control techniques into a single, comprehensive and effective treatment program while most termite control companies provide your home with protection against only one type of treatment .including our exclusive Total Coverage Termite Protection.. Best of all, Midwestern’s Termite Protection is backed by one of the best termite guarantees in the industry. Including our damage protection plan-(without a damage warranty is it really protection) that’s termite control at its finest!
Termite Inspection: Possible Signs of A Termite Infestation
- Pencil-sized diameter, or larger, mud tubes running across floor joist or bare concrete or masonry between the soil and any wooden part of your building.
- Thin, small, papery wings, all the same size and shape, 3/8-1/2 inches long, on your window sill, counter top or floor (especially if it is late spring and there has been a recent rain.)
- Thin, "bubbled" or distorted areas of paint or wood surfaces which feel cool to the touch.
- Any wooden building parts (especially if they are support structures) begin to "sag" unexpectedly.
If you're experiencing any of these signs, a termite exterminator can help. Termite prevention is the key to protecting your property and providing you with peace-of-mind. By working with Midwestern pest control, you receive unsurpassed termite protection in the most environmentally responsible manner possible.