PRLog - May 3, 2012 - ST. LOUIS -- Richardson Pest Solutions is proud to announce our 12-month guarantees for termite control in Chesterfield, Wentzville, Ballwin, Creve Coeur, Des Peres, Ellisville, Fenton, Florissant, Kirkwood, Ladue, Lake St Louis, O'Fallon, St Ann, St Charles, St Louis, St Peters, Town & Country, University City, Webster Groves, and Wildwood in Missouri.
"Termidor is the most effective treatment for termite control that I've ever used, which is why Richardson Pest Solutions uses it for all termite removals. The Termidor Bait System allows us to give a 12- month Termite removal guarantee for your home," says Chuck Richardson, owner of Richardson Pest Solutions, a falily-owned and operated company since 1972.
Subterranean termites are the most destructive insect pests of wood in the United States. They cause more than $2 billion in damage each year, more property damage than that caused by fire and windstorm combined.
In nature, subterranean termites are beneficial. They break down many dead trees and other wood materials that would otherwise accumulate. The biomass of this breakdown process is recycled to the soil as humus.
Problems occur when termites attack the wooden elements of human structures -- homes, businesses and warehouses. Their presence is not readily noticed because they hide their activity behind wallboards, siding or wood trim.
Homeowners in all areas of Missouri should watch for subterranean termites and take precautions to prevent infestations. To minimize damage from termites, it is helpful to know the description, life cycle and infestation signs of termites as well as preventive and control measures.
The 12-month guarantee gives families a peace of mind about their termite control issues, and with the free estimates and free inspections from Richardson Pest Solutions, it's a value that can't be overlooked. Contact Richardson Pest Solutions today for termite control at (314)649-7378, and visit us at http://richardsonpestsolutions.com for more information about termites and the destruction they can cause if left unchecked.