Full Service Pest Management
- Building construction pest control
- Services Centers
- Labour Camps
- Day Care Centers
- Shopping Malls
- Office Spaces
- Private Residence
- Commercial Pest Control
- Residential Pest Control
- Pre-Construction Anti-Termite Treatments
- Post-Construction Anti-Termite Treatments
- Termite Pest Control
- Bed Bug Pest Control
- Mosquito Control
- Cockroaches, Spiders
- Rodents, Rats and Mice
- Bees and wasps
- Small Animals
- Insect Control
How to Identify a Termite Infestation:
Termite infestations can cause major damage to buildings and furniture. Most termite infestations are well established before outward signs become visible, but becoming familiar with termite infestation signs may help you identify an infestation and get prompt treatment.
1. Watch for winged termites swarming from inside a building, which indicates a termite infestation.
2. Place a winged termite in a vial or small jar with rubbing alcohol. If you don't have those supplies available, scoop the termite into a small, sealable plastic bag. Take the sample to an exterminator or a government or university extension office that can identify whether or not you found a termite
3. Look for dirt tubes underground in the foundation or exterior walls.
Subterranean termites construct mud tubes to provide themselves with a safe environment while travelling from their underground colonies to their food sources. They may also be found in support piers and floor joists for tubes. Dirt tubes are brown and generally the diameter of a pencil or pen, though some may be larger
4. Cut open any dirt tubes you find. Look for termites. Generally, you will find worker termites, which have small, whitish translucent bodies. If you don't see termites, they may have abandoned that particular tube and you may still have an infestation
-We perform free home termite inspections to see if there’s a problem
-We also can repair those areas that termites got to before we discovered their activities
-After inspection and evaluation, we can provide the best options for your particular situation. These are pesticide barriers, dust and baits specifically formulated for termites and installed by licensed pest control technicians.
-An in-soil pesticide barrier is applied into the soil under and around the foundations. Dust settles on termites and they ingest the pesticide and can eliminate the whole colony. Baits are ingested by the termites and can eliminate the whole colony.
- Contact us, a professional exterminator, if you suspect a termite infestation. Most do-it-yourself kits will not eliminate a termite infestation, and most people will not know where to look or be able to get to the areas the termites have infested--or have the necessary treatments to kill them.