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Protecting your home from tons of termites

Do you know what you should expect from a termite company during an inspection and during the course of treatment?

Small insects can cause big problems. You may have heard about termites eating homes from the inside out.  

According to Pest Management author and expert Paul Bello, consumers should expect an inspection to take about 45 minutes, the inspector should check for termites on inside and outside of your home, and customers should get a diagram of the property.

Termite damage is a discovery no one wants to make but educating yourself about the inspection process could be the first step in protecting your home.

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