The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) has released it’s “Bug Barometer” for the Fall and it forecasts a pest-filled season for the United States. In particular, the Southeast is said to be in store for high activity due to an extremely hot and humid Summer. These typical conditions paved the way for insects to develop faster than normal and can result in havoc for homeowners.
Termites should be of concern for all homeowners. They cause billions of dollars in damage every year. And this Fall, homeowners in the Southeast should be aware of higher activity through the Winter. Even though termites will not be visible until swarms begin in spring, they may be harvesting food and shelter during this time.
Of course, prevention is the best route and Brock Pest Control has many plans that can save any homeowner thousands of dollars in potential damage. And the best part? A free estimate is available from our team of experts.