Shreveport Subterranean Termite Removal and Pest Control Services Announced

Shreveport pest control and extermination experts, Redd Pest Control, have announced they can provide specialist termite swarm removal services. Subterranean termites can be a major problem throughout Northwest and Central Louisiana, and it’s important to act fast when spotted.

Shreveport, United States - February 27, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Redd Pest Control of Shreveport has announced they can provide local homeowners with expert termite extermination and pest control services. The upcoming 2020 season could see an increase in termite swarms, with issues arising from March through the end of May.

For more information please visit the website here

Redd Pest Control of Shreveport is known for high quality pest control services all year round. They aim to always provide the best customer service in the local area and protect customers’ homes and businesses from a wide range of pests.

These include ants, cockroaches, mice, rats, spiders, fleas, silverfish and more. Redd Pest Control Of Shreveport offers a full service Home Protection Plan, whereby customers will receive seasonal service and regular visits from trained technicians four times a year.

The team has over 28 years of industry leading service, and is always available to help. They encourage anyone worried about pests to get in touch for all their pest control and extermination needs.

One of the most devastating pests at this time of year in Shreveport and surrounding areas is the Native subterranean termite which only swarms during the daytime and not at night compared to the the Formosan termites which swarm in late evening and into the night. This usually follows a warm, rainy day.

The right temperature and humidity levels trigger termites to swarm, because they need moisture to start their colonies. There may be as few as a dozen or as many as several hundred that swarm out in a single event. These termites are found in both soil and wood.

Termite swarmers don’t bite or sting and don’t eat wood but they are a warning sign. When the termites are visible inside a home or a business, there will be an active infestation of worker termites doing damage to the structure. Expensive repairs can result if not prevented. It is difficult for the average person to tell the two apart because ants and termites both swarm. Homeowners or business owners who see something that looks like flying ants inside their home…even if they’re dead…should save a few for identification and call an expert to determine if they have an active termite infestation.

Only experienced professionals like Redd Pest Control can offer peace of mind that a home or office is free of damaging termites.

Most homeowners insurance policies do not cover termite damage repair costs. They should have their property evaluated every couple of years.

Redd Pest Control states: “With over 27 years of world-class professionalism and service, we consider it a privilege to solve all your pest control needs.”

Those wishing to find out more can visit their website on the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Steve Odom
Email: Send Email
Organization: Redd Pest Control Of Shreveport
Address: 5914 Fairfield Ave., Shreveport, LA 71106, United States
Phone: +1-318-687-7252

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88947997

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