Got Bed Bugs? Get Quick Permanent Relief the Same Day You Call!

Bed bugs are taking unprepared Americans by storm with their resilience and endurance to common methods of pest control. These nasty critters are nearly invisible and very hard to kill. The reason why they are so hard to eradicate is because they are extremely small and sneaky. They hide in the cracks of your mattress, furniture, and base boards waiting for you to fall asleep so they can feast on your blood. People who find themselves with a bed bug infestation realize quickly that normal means of cleaning and pesticides are useless. A holistic approach involving many specialized processes and products is the only way to be rid of them for good.

Amazon Termite & Pest Control can sympathize because we know what it takes to kill a bedbug infestation and we know how serious one can be. We know that it is no easy task for someone without the specific tools and knowledge needed. After many sleepless itchy nights, this problem can literally drive people insane. Amazon Termite & Pest Control can fix your bed bug problem the very same day you call for instant relief. Why suffer another day with home remedies and futile efforts when it could all go away in a day. We pride ourselves in professional effective bed beg elimination.

Best of all, our methods permanently get rid of these blood sucking pests, leaving you with the security that any future infestation be thwarted.


Fast Bedbug Relief

If you are worried about bedbugs or suspect your home has a problem, the experts at Amazon Termite and Pest Control can help. Contact us for help with your bedbug issues and follow our blog for more information on dealing with pests at home.


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How To Tell If You Have Termites

Termite Identification

Knowing how to correctly identify a termite is the first step to spotting and preventing termite infestation. Termites are fairly small even when fully grown; they’re almost the same size of most common ants. Termites and ants can look similar, but there are a few key differences between the two.

Termites and a few types of ants—such as flying ants—have a number of similar features. What’s worse, the fact that they both have wings makes identifying them even worse. One of the differences between them is that termites have a straight, thick middle section and ants have more of a curved middle. Another key difference is that termites have straight antennae, while ants have “elbowed” antennae, which essentially means that it’s bent. Lastly, termite wings both run about the same length but flying ants have wings that vary in length.



Tell Tale Signs of Termites

It’s common knowledge that termites love wood. To check for termites, look inside small wooden spaces (such as crawl spaces) for evidence of damage and for tubes or tunnels of soil or mud. Termites use tunnels to get from one place to the next without being harmed. Another good place to look for termites is the ceiling of the attic; drywood termites favor building colonies in the wood of the roof line.

Look for holes and cracks in wood as well as other abnormalities for evidence of a termite infestation. Probe and examine wood to look inside and underneath. It is also advised to look for little bits of waste that termites might leave behind.


Tips to Prevent Termite Infestation

Here are some of our tips to finding termites and preventing termite infestation:

  • Avoid stacking and storing lumber, firewood and wood fragments inside or next to the house.
  • Don’t use wooden trellises outside.
  • Don’t keep trees stumps—especially the infested ones—in the yard.
  • Provide proper ventilation inside attics and crawl spaces.
  • Never let a hose, water lines, roofs or faucets leak. Repair them right away if they’re dripping.
  • Keep mulch, sawdust and other wooden debris away from the ground; raise it by at least one foot or store it in a shed away from the house.
  • Keep all shrubbery, trees and bushes trimmed and tidy, and never put it right next to the house.

If you think you might have a termite infestation, don’t wait until it’s too late. Termite infestations can do irreparable damage to your home.

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