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Termites are a common problem in many homes, and preventing them from entering your property is key to protecting your investment.


There are several steps you can take to prevent termites from infesting your home, including the following:

  1. Eliminate moisture: Termites are attracted to moist environments. Reducing moisture levels around the foundation of your home can help prevent termites from infesting your property. Ensure proper drainage around your home, and fix any leaks or moisture problems.

  2. Store wood properly: Woodpiles, lumber, and other cellulose-based materials should be stored away from your home, preferably on raised platforms or racks. Keeping wood off the ground reduces the likelihood of termites infesting the pile.

  3. Seal entry points: Seal any gaps, cracks, or holes around pipes, vents, and wiring that lead into your home. Termites can easily enter through these entry points, and sealing them off can prevent them from entering.

  4. Inspect your home regularly: Regular inspections by a licensed pest control professional can help identify any signs of termite activity before they cause significant damage. Early detection is crucial for effective termite prevention.

  5. Install a termite barrier: Installing a termite barrier around the foundation of your home can help prevent termites from entering. This barrier can be a physical barrier or a chemical treatment applied by a licensed professional.

Preventing termites from entering your home requires a proactive approach, including eliminating moisture, storing wood properly, sealing entry points, regular inspections, and installing a termite barrier.


By taking these steps, you can help protect your home from a termite infestation and potentially save yourself thousands of dollars in repair costs.

Contact Mack Pest Solutions today, and have us perform a free inspection to determine proper ways to protect you home and prevent termites from causiing significant damage!

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