Termite control in the homes has basic facets: prevention and barrier application. You, as a home owner, can easily discourage termite infestations by never stacking old scraps of lumber or firewood next to a home and by calling a pest management professional once a year to make sure the termites haven't gained access.
Your home, if chemically unprotected, provides and ideal environment for termites. Your home, if chemically unprotected, provides and ideal environment for termites.
The queen termite may live for as long as fifty (50) years under or near your structure and may lay one billion eggs during her lifetime.
The termite colony may consist of 250,000 workers eating away at your home at any given time.
Wood piles, fences and earth-to-wood contact give termites easy entry when no chemical is there to protect your home.
Termites seek dark, dry shelter when it rains. Termites destroy wood, support beams, studs in walls and ceiling, baseboards, etc.
All expansion joints, settling cracks, and holes around pipes are direct avenues into our homes.
Any wood by-products such as cardboard boxes, paper sack, books, magazines, and picture frames contain cellulose and are another attractive food supply for termites.
Retention of moisture in baseboards and ceilings attract termite infestation.
Your home is your biggest investment - why not protect it from structural termite damage.
Your termite contract is transferable to a new owner if you sell your home- a good selling point.
Call (602) 942-2847 or click here to request a FREE termite inspection.