Termite Control Services
Termite infestations are the most feared out of all pest problems because they are silent destroyers. It’s been reported that termites cost homeowners across the country billions of dollars in damages annually.
It can be difficult to locate termites until years after they have infested your home, causing significant damage to the structure.
One of the best defense methods against termites is to schedule annual termite inspections for your home or business. Not only can pest exterminators spot the early signs of termites, but they can let you know areas of your property that are vulnerable and give you guidance on preventative measures.
When it comes to termite infestations, you need professionals that are licensed and trusted. Contact our termite control experts today for a free in-house inspection and a $250,000 damage warranty for your home from termites at (804) 406-9606.
Warning Signs Of Termites
It’s essential to recognize the signs that might indicate there is a termite problem. If you notice any of these listed, contact Pest Solutions at (804) 406-9606.
Stray wings: Found near emergence sites such as exterior doors, on windowsills, in cobwebs, or garage.
Mud tunnels: Lining the side of piers, utility entrances, or the inside or outside of the foundation walls of your house
Flying/Swarming termites: Located inside your home near windows, doors, or indoor light sources.
Maze-like patterns: These patterns can be found in furniture, floorboards, or walls of your home.
Termite droppings: Appears underneath kick-out holes, these little mounds can look like coffee grounds or similar to sawdust, depending on the type of wood they are eating.
If you see warning signs of termites, do not wait to call a professional! Call Pest Solutions for effective termite control today at (804) 406-9606.
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Termite Exterminators You Can Trust
$250,000 damage warranty on termites: Most pest control companies don’t offer repair to damage up to $250,000, and your homeowners association or insurance certainly doesn’t cover it. That’s what sets us apart as one of the top-rated local termite control specialists in the area.
Preferred Baiting Solution: Installing bait and monitoring stations around the exterior of the structure to provide termite protection. Certain conditions may require additional interior bait stations. If necessary, liquid termiticide treatments will be used at infestation sites.
Limited Liquid Solution: This treatment method is designed to create a protective treated zone between termites and the wood of the structure. It begins by applying a standalone, non repellent liquid termiticide to the exterior of the structure for protection. This treatment involves trenching and rodding the soil along the foundation wall on the exterior of the structure. Followed by drilling and treating underneath concrete slabs and porches around the structure.
Preventative Baiting Solution: Installing bait and monitoring stations around the exterior of the structure will provide subterranean termite protection. We may also require the use of liquid termiticide treatments where necessary, such as sites near the infestation.
Home Treatment & Termite Protection
With Sentricon, treatment does not diminish or degrade over time. It visibly produces evidence that our termite treatment is working with in-ground stations placed around your home.
Benefits and Features of Sentricon Treatment
- No digging or trenches – Unlike liquid solutions, Sentricon does not require digging around the parameter of your home.
- No structural digging – Sentricon does not require structural digging.
- No chemicals injected in the ground – No chemical injections are necessary with Sentricon.
- No trucks with chemical tanks – Sentricon is an all-in-one tool that doesn’t require additional supplies.
Eastern Subterranean Termites
Creamy white or gray to brown in color; long, narrow and oval in shape; 1/8 inch long ...
Creamy white to golden brown; long, narrow, and oval; 1/2 inch in length ...
Creamy white to golden brown; long, narrow, and oval; 3/8 to 1 inch in length ...