Termite Control Services
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If you own a home, you know how important maintenance is. You need to ensure that everything in your house works properly and that your property is structurally sound and safe. Not only is it expensive if your house lacks these qualities, but it can also be dangerous.
As a homeowner/property owner, you are probably well aware of termites and the damage they can cause. These pests can actually work away at the framework of your home—and they move quickly. Not only are they destructive, but they like to breed. Because of this, these little insects are actually responsible for billions of dollars-worth of damage to buildings a year.
With Nationwide Pest Control, you can rest assured that the termites infesting your property will be destroyed fully. Our referral network of local experts know exactly where those termites hide and their behaviors. Not only will your pest specialist remove the termite threat from your home, but they will also put measures in place to ensure the termites don’t return. We understand how dangerous termites are, so we are committed to sending an expert to your home to provide a thorough and effective service. No more termites feasting on the wood of your house or commercial building!
If you have a termite problem in your home or business, make sure you contact Nationwide Pest Control. Our referral network of experts are ready to inspect your home and remove your pest problem for good. Contact us today at (866) 584-9183.
More About Termites
While most people have heard of termites and understand how much damage they can do to a property, many people can’t identify what they look like. The reason for this is that termites are often hidden away and it’s rare to see them in plain sight. Instead, termites make their homes underground and in your walls. They live in colonies, not unlike ants, and they create tunnels to travel. Actually, they can easily be mistaken for ants (except they are paler in color).
One termite can’t do a whole lot of damage. That’s why you may not worry if you see one. The problem is there’s almost never just one termite. Some termite colonies can grow extremely large—ranging from the thousands to even the millions! Termites tend to grow in numbers pretty quickly as well, and they can be very difficult to remove without the help of a pest control specialist.
Keep Your Home Safe From Termites!
Termites can eat away at your property and cause a lot of costly damage. Whether it’s your home or business that is infested, our team at Nationwide Pest Control can help you resolve the issue. We’ll send out a pest control specialist to inspect your property and destroy the termites causing the damage. Then we’ll make sure they don’t come back.
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The Termite Control Process
The termite control process begins with a call to Nationwide Pest Control for a free consultation. From there, a local expert will be dispatched to check the property. As termites aren’t generally out in the open, your expert will check the places where they hide (like behind drywall). They will search out the subtle signs that termites leave behind, and they will pinpoint where the termite infestation is occurring. They will then begin the process of exterminating the termites in your home. Once they are finished, they’ll put measures in place to ensure the termites don’t return.
Even if you don’t suspect that you have termites, you should still hire a specialist to inspect your property every three to five years. This will help to ensure your property stays safe and free from termites. The pest control specialists at Our large network of local pest control specialists can easily recognize termite-related damage and determine whether or not you have termites. From there, they can put together your treatment plan.
The main treatment method for termites is the Advance Termite Bait System. This involves the placement of bait traps around your home or commercial property that attract termites. The entire colony is then destroyed by an active ingredient in the bait. This ingredient is undetectable by termites. From there, termite monitoring stations are placed strategically around the exterior of your property—especially in places where termites are likely to tunnel into your home or business. Once termite activity has been identified around one of the termite stations, a bait cartridge is placed to remove the termite infestation.
Another treatment that may be available is foaming application treatment. This involves the drilling of holes through your drywall. Foam is then inserted between studs that are one to two feet high. The foam leaves a residue that kills the termites infesting your property. Liquid treatments may also be available. Speak with a pest control specialist to see which option is best to meet your needs.