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Mike Stewart Hello, everybody, it’s time again for another episode of the Faith Pest Control podcast, your pest podcast for North Georgia area. Talking about cities like Jasper, Georgia; Ellijay, Georgia; Blue Ridge, Georgia; and Ball Ground, Georgia and all
Of all types of termites, subterranean termites are the most destructive.
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.
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.
In North Georgia, spring is when most pests emerge from their homes and make themselves known to you inside of an around yours. This is because pests use the spring time to mate, find food, and improve their shelter. Like
Termites in Jasper, Georgia and surrounding areas are similar to most other areas in the southern United States. They can remain undetected for long periods of time. This allows them to do serious damage without being discovered. Being a natural