While pest problems are a fact of life in north Georgia year-round, springtime brings an influx of pest problems.
If you elect to pay the annual renewal fee, Faith Pest Control will come out and inspect your property for the presence of Eastern Subterranean Termite activity, and, if found, take the necessary measures to rid your property of the infestation.
If, after our scheduled service for the period, you are dissatisfied with the results you can call us to come back out to treat your property again at no additional charge.
Commonly known as sugar ants, stink ants, or coconut ants, odorous house ants get their name from the strong, coconut-like smell they release when disturbed or crushed.
The majority of pests enter your home from the outside. Treating the outside of your home first is a best practice that is often more effective and safer than treating the inside.
Given to building their mounds in lawns, parks, cemeteries, athletic fields and similar areas, the fire ant is often in direct conflict with people, coupled with its aggressive stinging behavior makes this species intolerable in most situations.
Faith Pest Control takes your health and safety seriously, especially considering the recent proliferation of COVID-19 in Georgia. While no one in our organization has been exposed to or diagnosed with nor is anyone showing symptoms of COVID-19, we are implementing stricter guidelines for all employees to maintain the health and safety of our customers and employees.
Subterranean termites cause damage to wood through their eating habits. They feed along the wood grain, consuming the soft, spring growth.
Environmental conditions, such as the temperature, humidity level, light conditions, as well as barometric pressure, heavily influence when termites will swarm. Swarmer termites will emerge on warm, sunny days when the humidity is high, conditions frequent on days following rain showers.
Does your home’s construction lend it to being more susceptible to a termite attack than your neighbor’s? Maybe. Let’s look at some contributing factors.