A termite issue is much more threatening than it might seem. In fact, termites do billions of dollars in property damage across the country every year. Simply put, they can silently destroy your home. These little pests eat their way through wood floors, walls, and supports, causing major structural damage that can be very costly to fix. This is why it is important to have your property professionally inspected as soon as you suspect or see signs of termite presence.
Signs of Termite Infestations
Because termites can mimic other pests and are good at concealing their presence, it can be difficult for the untrained eye to notice the signs of a termite issue. Some common signs of termite infestations include:
- Mud tubes on the exterior of your home or business
- Soft or hollow-sounding wood
- Dark or blistered wood
- Uneven or bubbled paint
- Termite nests surrounded by “sawdust,” which is actually termite waste
- Wings near windowsills or doorways
Periodic termite inspections by our experienced, pest control professionals can help you identify termite problems at the earliest stages, and determine the extent of the problem. We can also recommend the appropriate treatments, such as our XT-2000 Orange Oil Plus™.
There are two kinds of termites to watch out for: Subterranean and Drywood.
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Subterranean Termite Treatments
- Exterra Baiting System
- Localized Subterranean treatment
- Full Soil Subterranean treatment
Drywood Termite Treatments
- Localized Drywood treatment
- Orange Oil (all natural alternative)
Our top-notch termite control service starts with a professional inspection. One of our friendly, and highly experienced termite inspectors will inspect the interior and exterior of your home for signs of termite damage or presence. We’ll then reveal our findings to you and make a suggestion for treatment based on the unique situation of your home. Finally, our licensed and trained termite control technicians, and our skilled wood repair team will get to work on your home, ridding your property of those pesky termites and repairing the wood damage those pests caused.