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My guess as to why bed bugs hog the spot light is because they are far more creepier, have little bugs sleeping in your bed with you! Yuuuck. But termites can do far more damage (hundreds or thousands of dollars), I think its much more important for home owners to be aware of the termite problem and follow the preventative measures.

Nice article by the way, very in depth - you said it better than I could!

As the old saying goes: 'Know thy enemy...'. Its good to know and understand about what makes termites tick to know how to prevent their destructive propagation on all of the wooden materials upon your house. There are many preventive methods stated to avoid having to pay for damages they would have done if left unchecked.

Pest management is one of those techniques that any accountable house or homeowner must compulsorily do. Pest management should be your best concern if you own a village plants or a wooden framework and wish to keep it that way.

Great post! Sometimes its so hard to prevent these little pests from creeping in

New construction termite pre-treatment is ideal, as that is the only time the licensed professional will be able to see all of the weak points of the new building.  Plenty of termite prevention options exist for already erected buildings, but they won’t be as efficient as termite treatment options that were considered during the construction of the building.

Hey just read the blog it is very useful and amazing on the termites, Thank you so much for sharing this blog,

I am extremely impressed with your presentation of the sound points in this article.

Thanks for sharing.

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