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termite control, termite problem, pest control, termite inspection, south pasadena, san marino, termites, glendale, burbank, torrance There are a few things you can do to prevent termites from infesting your home in the first place. Keep firewood, lumber, and other cellulose materials away from the foundation of your house, and make sure there is no mulch or other organic matter touching the siding. Inspect these areas regularly for any signs of termite activity. You should also have your home inspected by a professional every few years to check for any signs of an infestation.
If you do find termites in your home, there are a few different treatment options available. The most common method is to use baits, which lure the termites in and then kill them. Baits can be either chemical or physical (such as cardboard or wood). Chemical baits are more effective, but they can be more expensive and may pose a risk to pets or small children. Physical baits are less effective but are safer to use around the home.
Another treatment option is to have your home treated with insecticide. This will kill any termites that are present, but it will not prevent them from returning. If you choose this option, make sure to follow the directions carefully and only use an insecticide that is specifically labeled for termites.
Finally, you can also try some home remedies for termite control. One popular method is to mix borax and sugar together and bait the termites with it. You can also try using diatomaceous earth, which is a natural substance that will kill the termites.
Whatever treatment option you choose, make sure to follow the directions carefully and be patient. It may take some time for the treatment to work, but it will be worth it in the end. Remember, preventing an infestation is always better than trying to treat one.
If you have any questions about termite prevention or treatment, feel free to ask your local pest control professional. They will be able to help you decide which method is best for your home and situation.

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