Termites are a pain; take a few precautions to try and avoid them. Limit food and habitat as much as possible. Store your wood pile away from your home. Wood stacked against your house is an open invitation to termites. Make sure the ground level is a few inches lower than the slab, don’t let leaves, your lawn or flowerbed mulch cover up the slab. This will give you a better chance at quickly spotting termite tubes.

Keld Ewart
Marketing Coordinator, The Bug Master Exterminating
Austin, TX
May 11, 2017
Keld Ewart

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