Chuck is a 35 year veteran of the pest control wars. His vast experience will help him eliminate any pest problem you may have.
Termite swarms are dependent on a bunch of factors. They need the temperature, moisture, wind velocity and atmospheric pressure to be right, or they can't produce the swarms that they want. Even the different species of termites will lay their broods and come out at different times of the year. Most experts believe that termite activity is cyclical, brought on by food availability, drought and floods, which push populations to different climates and locales. However, the swarms are regional, in that they ebb and flow with freezes and high temperatures.
Where do these termites breed? One place is construction sites. These sites often leave puddles and open air areas that are conducive to the growth of termites. The raw wood left around the sites provide them with the ability to feed freely. They can then stick around after the construction is complete and nest in the newly constructed building. This leads to the swarms spreading to the other homes and buildings in the area.
Knowing these trends and being able to respond to them is what separates experienced termite control experts in St. Louis from the rest. A pest control expert can keep termites out of your home with treatment programs that give your family or business peace of mind. Contact Richardson Pest Solutions today at www.richardsonpestsolutions.com to schedule a free inspection, and see how a termite treatment program can keep your home safe.
Unwanted guests are always nuisances. Unwanted pests are downright bothersome. If you have animals invading your attic or critters crawling where they shouldn’t be, contact Richardson Pest Solutions. We are members of the National Pest Management Association, and have been a family-owned and family-operated business since 1972. Please contact us today for free inspections and estimates. We’re available Monday through Saturday and we’re ready to serve you. Certified Applicator License #10018