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  • 7/6/2015 12:00:00 AM
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Termite Trauma

Termite Trauma

“The first step to preventing a termite infestation is removing all excess wood and paper from around your home. Termites could quickly move from nearby firewood, paper or debris to the wooden structure of your home. Why snack when you could feast? Many termite colonies also love damp, dark spaces. This makes water homeowner enemy number two. Take steps to remove any standing water from around your home, especially near the foundation. Most importantly, remove and replace any damp wood (a true termite delicacy) from around your space.”

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Termite Trauma

“The first step to preventing a termite infestation is removing all excess wood and paper from around your home. Termites could quickly move from nearby firewood, paper or debris to the wooden structure of your home. Why snack when you could feast? Many termite colonies also love damp, dark spaces. This makes water homeowner enemy number two. Take steps to remove any standing water from around your home, especially near the foundation. Most importantly, remove and replace any damp wood (a true termite delicacy) from around your space.”

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