Getting Rid of Termites
Hollow wood, termite droppings, an unsettling clicking noise, mud tubes, and other unexplained damage are all signs of a termite infestation. Termite damage can be very expensive to repair. That is why it is critical to seek the assistance of a professional pest control expert to prevent termites from invading your property. Our experts can help you take preventative measures that will save you time and money in the long run.
Because not every homeowner is an expert in identifying termites, knowing the common ones in your area can help. Here in the Pacific Northwest, we have two types of Termites. The Dampwood Termite and the Subterranean Termite.
The Dampwood Termite will only attack wet, damp wood. Rain-soaked firewood or building materials that are damp due to earth wood contact can be the reason why you have a Dampwood Termite infestation. Simply removing and replacing the wood can solve the issue with Dampwood Termites. We can treat the area with a pesticide, but the problem will not go away with only a pesticide treatment. We offer effective termite control services to eliminate the infestation and protect your home or business from future damage.
Termite damage can be costly, and we want to help you address the problem as soon as possible. We provide termite treatment and control services to meet your specific requirements and permanently eliminate these pests. We understand that you may have many questions about termite infestation and our services, so we provide free in-person consultations. You can ask us anything and get all the information you need before deciding if our services are right for you. Our team is committed to providing quality service and ensuring your peace of mind. Schedule a termite inspection with us today, and we will immediately take care of your termite problem!
Subterranean Termites are among the most important structural insect pests in the Northwest. They can attack any structure and will eat any dry, sound wood. Normally their nests will be under the ground as far as 20 feet below the surface. Some signs of a Subterranean Termite infestation are visible mud tubes on surfaces like concrete foundations and swarming Subterranean Termite. The swarming usually happens during late summer, and you would notice many tiny dark-colored flying termites. They look different from ants in that they have a broadly joined waist and two wings that are the same size.
Treatment for Subterranean Termites can vary, but we have all the tools available to do any type of service needed. If you suspect that you have Subterranean Termites, we will send out a Technician to assess the structure and come up with the appropriate service for your individual needs. After the initial colony has been destroyed, we can also offer preventative Subterranean Termite service that would commonly be done every month.