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Don't Let Termites Live Alongside You In North Texas

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There are many insects and other creatures that live around our homes here in North Texas. Most are not a concern and should be allowed to do what they do as long as they don’t invade our interior spaces. Termites are a different story. Even the presence of these pests on your North Texas property means your home is at risk. To help you avoid a termite problem, here are some things to consider today and one quick solution to get these pests off your property. 

When Is Termite Season In North Texas? 

Because of our generally warm weather here in North Texas, termites are year-round pests. Keeping this in mind, when we talk about termite season, we are talking about the time of year when fully mature colonies look to expand. Different species of termites swarm here in North Texas during the spring, summer, and fall months. Termite season starts when king and queen termites work together to produce termite swarmers. One might consider a swarmer a better termite in that they can fly and survive above ground. Once swarmers have found a place with lots of food (wood or wood-based items) and a place to build, they will tunnel into the ground and start to reproduce. If your property and home have everything termites need to survive, termites will want to build a nest nearby.

How Do I Know If My North Texas Home Has Termites?

One thing you should know about termites is that they are hard to identify. Unless you spot live swarmers buzzing around inside your living areas or mud tubes crawling up your home’s exterior foundation, there really aren’t any early warning signs that your home is at risk. Most signs of infestation come after months, if not years, of infestation and include damage such as moisture spots on walls, floors, and ceilings; sagging drywall; bubbling paint; tight-fitting windows and doors; and overly-squeaky floors and stairs. To avoid finding out about termites too late, we recommend having the professionals at Adams Exterminating Company come out and have a look. We perform detailed inspections to help homeowners in our area identify if their home or property has a termite problem.

How To Prevent Termites In North Texas With DIY

If you want to know how to prevent termites, one option you have to deter these pests is DIY termite control. Here are a few tips and tricks to prevent different kinds of termites from causing problems on your North Texas property.

  • Make sure holes, gaps, and cracks in your home’s exterior foundation are properly sealed.
  • Keep unscreened windows and doors closed to keep out swarmers.
  • Repair or replace wood around your home that is sun- or water-damaged.
  • Remove sticks, leaves, and other organic clutter from your property.
  • Clean up newspapers, cardboard, and other wood-based items from your yard.
  • Address moisture problems in and around your home, such as leaky pipes, broken gutters, and high humidity.

How Does Adam's Get Rid Of Termites In North Texas?

When it comes to termite removal, your best option is to hire the experts at Adams Exterminating Company. We do not just offer detailed termite identification services but also quick-working termite removal and long-term treatments to protect your home through every season. It all starts with a thorough evaluation. This evaluation allows our technicians to assess your home’s current condition, identify if there is a termite problem, and put in place a plan of action to combat termites, year-round.

Contact us today to learn more about our termite and pest control options and schedule your North Texas home for a visit.

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