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Termitecontrolexterminator.com was created to help answer commonly ask questions consumers have about termites and the role of professional pest control companies.

| February 16, 2012

NEW YORK  - Termite Control Exterminator, www.termitecontrolexterminator.com, was created to help answer commonly ask questions consumers have about termites and the role professional extermination companies play to prevent and eliminate termite infestations.

"Consumers often ask the same questions about termites.  PCO's and technicians can save time and provide their customers more detail by linking or referring them to the www.TermiteControlExterminator.com website," said a Termitecontrolexterminator.com spokesperson."If you encounter frequently asked questions that are not answered on the website let us know so we can update it."

Visit the website www.TermiteControlExterminator.comfor more information.

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