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San Antonio Pest Control – Termite Treatment
Our certified termite control professionals can detect existing termite infestations and devise a termite treatment plan to help you eliminate your termite problems. In addition, you can schedule regular termite prevention measures to avoid the expense of ever suffering from termites again. Are you suffering from termites right now? Unfortunately, there is no time to wait. The longer you wait, the more the termites will destroy your home, which happens extremely fast. Our exterminators connect you to top-rated experts highly experienced in termite control. Their advanced and highly effective termite treatments will provide you with total termite control & elimination while treating your property with the utmost care.
A termite inspection will consist of a visual inspection of readily accessible areas of your home. The termite inspector will look for evidence of wood-destroying insects and wood-destroying organisms. The termite inspection includes both the interior and exterior of the property. In areas where termites are prevalent and houses where there are no sub-areas, the attic and basement (if applicable) may also be inspected. Once the termite inspection has been completed, the findings are reported on the appropriate form. Typically, a termite inspection will last 30 to 45 minutes for a complete inspection. The time frame is not accurate for all properties as it primarily depends on the size and condition of the home and property. To help along the process, clear storage items and clutter to make areas to be inspected easily accessible.
Contact our exterminators to get in touch with a termite inspection specialist. Termite treatment cour termite control professionals use Termidor, the #1 termite defense product in the United States. Termidor termiticide/insecticide is a professional termite defense product effective on native subterranean termites, Formosan termites, and dry wood termites. It utilizes an advanced non-repellent or undetectable liquid technology that termites cannot see, smell, taste, or avoid. Instead, they contact, ingest, and share Termidor, unaware that doing so will inevitably kill them. Termite treatment cost considerations include the type of treatment you choose, the type of guarantee you select, the size of your home, and the type of foundation your home has. Average costs for termite treatment tend to cost homeowners between $800 and $1,300. Schedule a termite inspection or treatment by calling us today.
Signs of termites
Some signs that your home may have a termite infestation are:
* Drop tubes. These thin tubes can be found hanging from the ceiling and rafters. If you have identified drop tubes, contact our exterminators today to get a free estimate for termite treatment costs.
* You find a honeycomb pattern in the wood that these termites have consumed. Have you identified a honeycomb pattern in your wood structures?
* Swarmers of what look like flying ants can be found near light sources.
* Working tubes are found on the ground and walls and are light tan in color.
Contact our termite exterminators today, and we will get your termite problem under control immediately!