Termites, after they have made a nest can be hard to find. Some termites have wings and fly. Some people like to call them "swarmers", because they fly together in a big swarm. These little critters eat up wood and other types of surfaces causing a lot of damage to homes. The tricky part is, they usually start their job out in places where they are very difficult to spot. Unless of course you know exactly where to look! What allows these pests to cause so much damage to homes is the that people have no idea that damage is being done until they can feel it or see it. What can be done to make sure that this doesn’t happen? We are so glad you asked!
We say time and time again that pest control is not a one-time event, it is an ongoing process. Almost like being healthy. You can exercise and eat right for a while and your body is going to start to change. If you slack off though, you can be right back to square one before you know it. The same thing happens with pest control. We can take care of a full-on invasion of termites, but if you don’t keep checking up on your home termites may come back. That is why we provide termite monitoring systems that ensure nothing goes under the radar. Keeping up on maintenance is vital!
The best defense is offense, true in sports and true in making sure that you don’t have termite problems. We can install monitors and systems to your home to make sure that we can fight off termites before they start invading your home and cause significant damage. Simple services like these are a great investment. Drilling and trenching can also be performed when necessary. We will do what it take to protect your home.
How To Spot Termites
Termites are about the same size as a carpenter ant, so the chances of spotting a single termite are pretty low. The thing is they usually show up in bunches. If you spot a lot of little critters gathered up around a wooden area chances are that you’ve found them. When they are looking for a place to nest you can also see a swarm! They can easily be confused with carpenter ants. Either way, there is an issue if you see a lot of these critters. If you see any signs, give us a call right away!