Family Pest Control Prepares Homeowners For Swarming Season With Termite Control - San Antonio, TX

Jun 23, 2017


For most people, spring is the season of love and change, but for exterminating companies, April and May are synonymous with termite swarming season. In termite terms, swarming is the process in which the sexually mature males and females move out of the nest to mate and attempt to form new colonies. Fortunately many of these reproductives do not survive during this migration because of larger predators. It is also not the swarmers that cause structural damage to wooden structures, but their offspring. That is why Family Pest Control's termite services focus more on treating any active sites of a colony instead of the swarmers.

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There are three tell-tale signs that your home has a termite infestation:

  • Visible swarmers

  • Damaged wood

  • Mud shelter tubes

If you are currently looking for termite control, San Antonio-based Family Pest Control offers effective prevention and eradication services just in time for the spring season. Termites can have a devastating effect on your home and create thousands of dollars worth in damages. Termite control is expensive which is why it is necessary to choose a reliable company to get the job done correctly the first time. Don’t delay, the longer you wait for extermination services, the worse the problem will become.

In addition to termites, Family Pest Control can also rid your home of fleas, ticks, spiders, ants, cockroaches, scorpions, mosquitoes, rodents, silver fish, bed bugs, and more!

To learn more about Family Pest Control and their full line of services visit their website at https://familypestcontrol.com/or call them directly at 210 – 681 – 5094.




 

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