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Commercial Termite Services

Your business needs to have its buildings remain solid for a long time - even if you should be getting ready to sell them. A termite problem can go on for years and no one may even notice that they are there until the damage is already done. We can remove and protect your buildings from these pests.

Our professionally trained technicians are ready to talk to you about termite control and give you a free consultation and estimate. Whether you have warehouses, educational buildings, medical facilities or other commercial properties, we can provide your buildings with termite detection, removal, and preventive services. Our services are licensed, insured, and guaranteed.

Our pest control professionals use state of the art tools and equipment in order to provide you with the efficient service your business needs to continue to operate as usual. You don't have to allow termites to damage your facilities; let our experts protect them for you.

 

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Residential Termite Management Services

Your home is one of the most expensive possessions you own. Termites have the capacity to ruin your investment very quickly. In some cases, it is quite possible that you will never know that Termites are there until major damage has already been done.

You can ensure that your investment stays in the pristine condition you want by choosing our company. Our pest management professionals are ready to detect, treat, and destroy current infestations and work to prevent their return for years to come. Our professionals will restore the damaged materials and continue to treat your property; we guarantee it.

We can even treat the ground underneath a new home before it is built. This keeps Termites away for years and enables you to have the peace of mind you need.

If you suffer from Termite damage already or want to make sure that you never do, call us today and let us take care of your Termites.

Subterranean termites may be secretly thriving in your home without any immediate signs of damage and are often called the silent destroyer.  All subterranean termites feed on cellulose-based material that includes the wooden portion of a structure. Unfortunately, all homes regardless of their construction type can provide cellulose food for subterranean termite infestation.

Subterranean termites feed on dead trees as well as dead parts of living trees, the cellulose material in the soil and the lumber in your home, and cellulose base materials inside your furniture. Termites also like to feed on wooden cabinets, shelves the books on the shelves, and paper on the drywall.  When termite damage appears, there is no proven method to determine how long the subterranean termites have infested an area. However, the average subterranean termite colony consumes about a square foot of wood in one year.  Most subterranean termite activity found in and around structures is due in part to excess moisture; this could be due to a leak in the roof or a pipe leaking water in the wall that goes undetected.

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What You Can Do To Protect Your Home

Eliminate Moisture Problems

  • Repair leaking faucets, water pipes, and A/C units
  • Divert water from foundation
  • Keep gutters and downspouts clean
  • Remove excessive plant cover and wood mulch
  • Get rid of standing water onroof
  • Keep all vents clear and open
  • Seal entry points around water and utility lines or pipes

Remove Termite Food Sources

  • Keep firewood, lumber or paper away fromfoundation or crawl space
  • Get rid of stumps and debris near house
  • Place screens on outsidevents
  • Check decks and wooden fences for damage
  • Wood on your home shouldn’t contact the soil

Termite Warning Signs & Identification

Some indications you may have a termite infestation

  • A temporary swarm of winged insects in your home or from the soil around your home.
  • Any cracked or bubbling paint or frass (termite droppings).
  • Wood that sounds hollow when tapped.
  • Mud tubes on exterior walls, wooden beams or in crawl spaces.
  • Discarded wings from swarmers.

 

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What are Western Subterranean Termites?

Subterranean termites may be secretly thriving in your home without any immediate signs of damage and are often called the silent destroyer.  All subterranean termites feed on cellulose-based material that includes the wooden portion of a structure. Unfortunately, all homes regardless of their construction type can provide cellulose food for subterranean termite infestation.

Subterranean termites feed on dead trees as well as dead parts of living trees, the cellulose material in the soil and the lumber in your home, and cellulose base materials inside your furniture. Termites also like to feed on wooden cabinets, shelves the books on the shelves, and paper on the drywall.  When termite damage appears, there is no proven method to determine how long the subterranean termites have infested an area. However, the average subterranean termite colony consumes about a square foot of wood in one year.  Most subterranean termite activity found in and around structures is due in part to excess moisture; this could be due to a leak in the roof or a pipe leaking water in the wall that goes undetected.

 

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