Incredible amounts of property damage may be caused by termites in a house. Therefore, as soon as you discover that you have them, you must eliminate them… IMMEDIATELY! Let us assist. We can provide comprehensive termite treatments, including preventative ones because we have the tools, technology, and experience necessary to do so. These factors have contributed to the raising of the bar for termite control and treatment standards in the Central Valley region. Here’s what you need to know about termite control and treatment.
Damage Caused by Termites
Take a look at those steps, would you? That is the damage that may be caused by termites if they are not treated. This isn’t even the worst part of it by any means. Termites are, without a shadow of a doubt, one of the most hazardous and destructive pests that you and your house will ever come into contact with. In point of fact, it is estimated that termite damage in the United States costs more than one billion dollars yearly. They will consume everything in their path, including wood, drywall, and even other materials, not until they are satisfied but until all the food has been consumed. Stop giving them food immediately.
Naturally, in order to cure termites, you must first determine whether or not you really have them in your home. So how can you determine if you do? To get you started, here are a few hints that you should look for:
Termite activity may be identified by knowing the termites’ ports of the entrance as well as how they live, thus keep in mind the following information:
If you are still in need of assistance in evaluating the termite condition in your home, just give us a call to set up an appointment for a thorough and expert termite inspection. We will do a comprehensive inspection of your house and property (including crawlspaces and attics), after which we will inform you whether or not you have a termite problem, the degree of that problem, and how to get rid of the termites.
Also, keep in mind that we are here to assist you in any way we can and that we are never more than a phone call or an email away.
CalPest Tip: Keep Things Dry
Most termites need water to live, so keeping your home dry is a great way to keep them out. Dehumidifiers and vapor barriers, where they can be used, are two great ways to do this. Still, need help? Call us whenever.