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Termite Prevention

Annual inspections are the key to preventing termites in your Tennessee home. A professional pest control expert can pinpoint early signs of termite activity to stop an infestation from forming.

To prevent termites naturally, many people use orange oil or diatomaceous earth. While all-natural termite prevention may repel termites, they won’t control an active infestation.

Builders can team with a pest control company to treat the soil and lumber when building a new home. This works to prevent termites in all new properties.

The cost of termite prevention is always less than the costs you’d pay to repair a serious termite infestation. Regular preventative services are worth saving you the frustration!

To prevent termites in your Tennessee lawn or garden, remove decaying wood, repair your deck, and store lumber off the ground and away from the home.

To stop termites from spreading, it’s important to contact a termite exterminator as soon as you notice any infestation activity in your home.