Termite Control: Natural Options Becoming More Popular
SAN DIEGO, Jan. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Termites cause billions of dollars worth of damage to structures annually. Some homeowners are concerned about the possible risks involved with termite control services and the chemicals they use. There are natural options available and continue to increase with popularity of the products.
Natural termite control consists of finding natural alternatives to the chemical treatments used in the termite control process. Some individuals are concerned about the chemicals and their potential effects on animals and children. Because of inconsistencies in the way some chemicals were applied the past, these chemicals were banned for use in the US in the 1980s. Current termiticides are safer but must be applied correctly in order to work properly and be safe.
In recent years, natural termite control has progressed along with the industry in general. Today, chemical-free plans offer a good chance of success, depending on the severity of the situation and on how early the homeowners were aware of the termite population.
Recent breakthroughs in natural termite control have made this a more viable option. To be effective, technical understanding of treatment application and proper application are a must.
The cost of natural termite control ranges considerably depending on the preferred course of action. This variance is similar to what customers would expect to see if they were to choose chemical extermination. Each option has varying costs, different application processes, probability of success and potential risks. The cost, risk and probability of success must be considered by the homeowner with the advice of a professional exterminator.
If you suspect a termite infestation, be sure to contact a termite control professional immediately. The financial cost of waiting could be devastating. Visit TermiteControl.net to learn about termite control costs and to get quotes from multiple qualified and licensed termite control specialists.
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