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Loyal Termite & Pest Control Co., Inc.
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They are interdependent and united under the common purpose of the colony: to protect the members and make more of them.
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Because termites eat wood inconspicuously, it is usually hard to detect them and estimate how much they already ate by the time you realize you have them
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We have been providing superior service to our customers since 1960. Contact us to schedule a Free Inspection.
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Here are some things you can do to cut down on the bug population in and around your home.
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White fringetree is native to the United States and grows wild from New Jersey south to Florida and west to Oklahoma and Texas. It is also a popular ornamental tree that has been planted in other parts of the country.
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Enjoy this Independence Day with family, friends, and a firework or two! Have a fun-filled 4th of July from Loyal Termite and Pest Control!
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An invasive species, the Formosan termite is in the beginning of its reproductive season, with massive swarms of the insects headed out to create new colonies, possibly inside your walls.
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June 24-30 is Mosquito Control Awareness Week 2018. Here are some tips to help keep mosquitoes away:

• Drain: Empty out water containers at least once per week
• Dress: Wear long sleeves, long pants, and light-colored, loose-fitting clothing
• Defend: Properly apply an EPA registered repellent such as DEET, picaridin, IR 3535 or oil of lemon-eucalyptus

Make your yard a mosquito-free zone by: disposing of any tires -- tires can breed thousands of mosquitoes; drilling holes in the bottom of recycling containers; clearing roof gutters of debris; cleaning pet water dishes regularly; checking and emptying children’s toys; repairing leaky outdoor faucets; and changing the water in bird baths at least once a week. J

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Excellent review by John

Good experience polite and respectful staff with a calm interpersonal skills thanks you.
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