Without a doubt, termites are the most destructive pest in the nation. Although they don’t cause health scares like some types of pests, they are infamous for causing serious structural damage to homes and businesses. Because their activity can go on unnoticed for so long, it’s essential to team up with a termite exterminator to keep you termite-free year-round with regular inspections.
How to get rid of termites
How to detect termites early
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Types of termite treatment
As soon as termites are found inside your property, it’s crucial to treat them quickly and effectively to keep the infestation from spreading! At Johnson Pest Control, we are proud to use Sentricon, which is the best, most trusted termite treatment in the industry. You can trust our termite pest control experts will work with you to determine the best way to get rid of termites in your property.
Signs you need termite control
It is infamously difficult to tell whether or not you have termites until damage shows. If any of the below signs are spotted, it’s time to call Johnson’s termite control experts:
- Mud tubes outside your home.
- Hollow-sounding wood
- Piles of wings shed by swarmer termites
- Warped ceilings or floorboards in serious cases.
Termite extermination process
Controlling termites always requires the help of a professional. To prevent termites in the first place, it’s crucial to have regular inspections done on your property. The termite exterminators at Johnson Pest Control offer the best termite prevention, control, and treatment services.
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Successful termite exterminators
Getting rid of termites isn’t achieved by DIY methods. Professional termite extermination is always needed to remove a termite infestation. For more than 30 years, the termite exterminators at Johnson Pest Control have been industry leaders in controlling active termite infestations and preventing future ones from forming!
Termite Control – Exterminators in Sevierville TN
Serving Sevier County and surrounding areas since 1984