Termites are some of the most expensive pest that customers may encounter. They destroy our homes and structures. The key is to inspect for termite damage early and select the correct termite preventative treatments before you have major termite damage to your property. In nature, termites and other wood destroying organisms are beneficial by breaking down dead organic matter like old trees that fell to the ground. Unfortunately, we build our homes out of that same material and termites and other wood destroying organisms don't know the difference a dead tree and our living room floor. That's why our professional exterminators are here to help. You can schedule from the menu below.
All Wood Destroying Organisms Treatments should begin with Quality Inspections.
There are many organisms that may be eating your home from the inside out. Our Inspection will determine which may be destroying your structure.
Termites are small, quiet destroyers of our homes. Oftentimes they go unnoticed until it is much too late. There are several different types of termites, each with distinct characteristics. Our pest professionals are trained to identify each type and apply the correct repair efforts to save your structure and prevent further damage.
Carpenter ants get their name from their nest building, where they will excavate the wood and form smooth tunnels inside of the wood. Carpenter ants do not eat wood, they only tunnel and chew through wood to create nests. The can be hard to identify from other ants and damaging pests but our professionals will help you with that.
Powderpost beetles are second only to termites in their ability to damage dry, seasoned wood. They derive their name from literally turning wood into powder. But no worries, we have just what you need to rid your home of this damaging creature.
Carpenter bees get their common name from their habit of boring into wood. Carpenter bees do not eat wood but cause damage to structures by drilling circular holes to create tunnels inside wood. Unlike other common bees, such as honeybees and bumble bees that live in colonies, carpenter bees are not social insects and build individual nests into trees outdoors or into the frames, eaves or sides of buildings. (from PestWorld)
This pest is caused by unsolved water intrusion or leaks. The first step to solving this issue may be our water/moisture removal service. This can be determined during your inspection.