Toronto Termite Inspections
A termite infestation is one of the worst things that can happen to your home if It is not dealt with in a prudent and timely manner. In the wild termites play a Very important role, they eat wood, dealing greatly in turning dead trees into Organic matter. When they are in your home however, a termite presence can turn into a serious problem. An average size colony of around 60,000 termites can destroy, through eating, 96 square inches of wood in a 1 month period.
The main problem that comes with termites is that their presence is not noticed by the average homeowner for a least a few years. This is because the termites will eat the wood by tunneling through it, this makes it difficult to see areas that are actually affected.
A termite inspection from a professional company is the best way to catch these insects before they do any serious damage to your home infrastructure.
If you think that you are seeing signs of a termite problem in you Toronto area home, then call My pest control and Termite exterminator service today and we will come out and give your home a professional inspection. If, during the course of an inspection, we determine that your Toronto home is in fact experiencing a termite infestation we will give you our opinion on what you should have done to halt the problem.
We are experienced in termite extermination and termite removal techniques and procedures.
Your home is your castle and you have to protect it from the elements, intruders and yes pests! Mice and rats as well as most insects carry and transmit diseases. When you see one bug, mouse or rat, there are surely more! Call us immediately for a free estimate. Our bug exterminators will take action and put you and your family at ease.
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