Pest Control Tips for Families and Business Owners
Hello and welcome to my anti-pest blog. Hi, my name is Corrie. I live in an old home in the middle of nowhere. Due to the gaps in my home and the fact that we are virtually surrounded by nature, all kinds of pests have gotten into my home over the years. In addition to the usual suspects such as cockroaches, ants, termites and mice, we have also seen feral bees and small marsupials get into our home. Through trial and error and the occasional help of a professional pest removal specialist, we have learned a wealth of information about pest removal. Explore this blog and learn through my experiences. I think you will enjoy reading, but most of all, you will enjoy your pest-free house.
A termite inspection is conducted by a professional, who is trained to spot signs of termite activity. This professional, often referred to as an exterminator, begins the inspection by conducting a thorough examination of the property. The interior and exterior of the building are inspected, with particular attention being paid to areas where termites are most likely to be found, such as wood structures, basements, crawl spaces and attics.
During the inspection process, the exterminator is looking for signs of termite activity or damage.
As a homeowner, you may occasionally notice tiny bugs making their way across your floors in search of food. Termites and ants are easily confused due to their small size. However, before reaching for any bug spray, it's essential to understand what sets them apart.
Here's a quick guide to help you tell the difference.
Wing sizes between ants and termites are different, but the structure is similar for both species.