Green Pest Solutions – Termite Control

Termites are capable of causing massive structural damage while you’re blissfully unaware. These insects usually only reveal themselves once the damage has been done. Here’s how to properly identify them so you can start dealing with the damage.

How to Prevent Termites

How to Prevent Termites

Termites play an important role in nature, but are much less welcome in your home or commercial property. These invasive insects cause irreparable damage and are incredibly tough to get rid of. Here are some helpful tips for how to prevent termites.

Whether you are buying a home or have lived in yours for years it is paramount to get an annual termite inspection. Learn what is involved in a termite inspection and why they are so important.

Termites can go undetected until it’s too late. By devouring a home’s foundation, walls, and even furniture, they can cause thousands of dollars of damage. Find out how to get rid of these destructive insects now.

Termites cause billions of dollars in property destruction every year in the United States. If you can identify the signs early enough, you can stop serious damage before it is done. Read on to learn how to identify a termite problem.

Pennsylvania is home to a lot of pests. Some of them bite. Some of them sting. Some of them eat your food. And still others do absolutely nothing. Here's s a by-no-means scientific look at some of the scarier looking Pennsylvania pests.

Spring is prime time for pests. While you may not see as many pests right away (since most start breeding around spring and start invading around summer) there are some pests that are very common during the spring months, and these are the ones you’re going to want to prevent with Pennsylvania pest control.

There are two main wood destroying insects – carpenter ants and termites. Both of these insects can damage your property and lead to long term problems in your structure and your home value. But they’re also very different pests, and require very different treatments.