Buying a new home can be an exciting adventure whether it is your first home or your tenth. When you buy your home, you are looking forward to having the kind of space you need. You are also looking forward to arranging your furniture in your new space. Finally, you are also looking forward to building new memories in a new home with your family and friends.

Before you move into your home, though, you have a list of things to accomplish. You have to pack your things into boxes. You have to call the electric company, gas company, water provider, cable company and internet company to get services started. You have to call the trash service provider in order to have them start coming by and picking up your trash on a weekly basis. You have to go to the post office and forward your mail from youGranger pest control     Young Environmental Solutionsr old address to your new address. One thing you might not have thought of, though is calling an Indiana exterminator such as Granger pest control.

Why would you need to add calling an exterminator to your long list of things to do? Termites can do thousands of dollars worth of damage. The problem is that many times homeowners are unaware that they are living with termites until it is too late.

Granger pest control professionals can come into your home and do a thorough inspection. They will look for pests in obvious and not so obvious places. They will also inspect your yard to determine whether your yard is being inhabited by any unwanted critters. Critters in your yard can move into your home in a short amount of time. Plus, if you have animals or kids, then unwanted pests in the yard can pose a risk or danger to them.

What if pests are found in my new yard or home? If your pest control company finds any unwanted little critters, they will sit down with you and give you a report of what they found. They will also explain what risks are posed by the pests they found. Then, they will work with you to come up with a plan for getting rid of the pests before you move in. It is important to note that treating an empty house is much easier, faster and less expensive than treating a house full of furniture, clothes and toys.