Termite Control


A Not So Fun Fact

It is estimated that termites cause over $5 billion in damage per year for homeowners. Subterranean and Formosan termites account for most of the damage and are the most aggressive feeders. Drywood termites are common, but feed much slower due to a smaller colony size. 

Subterranean termite damage

On The Hunt For Food

Subterranean termites find weak points in your home where they can access the cellulose that they need for food. Cracks in slabs and utility penetrations are common access points. 

Subterranean termite swarming tubes

Evidence of Termite Activity

With subterranean termites, it may not be readily obvious that there are termites in your home. Wood can become structurally compromised without showing any signs of damage until the termites are solidly established. The picture to the right shows tubes made for termites to swarm out of the nest from. 

Why do termites exist?

Termites are nature's recyclers, turning dead wood back into soil. They are present through all of Florida, and have been found in every state except Alaska. When outside, they pose no threat; but when they target our property, action needs to be taken.

The average repair cost for termite damaged wood can range between $2,500 - $4,500. Protecting your home against these invaders can save you money.

Treatment and Guarantee

Termite control starts with an assessment of your property. We look for where termites can access the property. We then come up with a plan tailor fitted to your home or business to keep you protected.

We offer corrective and preventative treatments for your home or business to eliminate termites from your structure. There are several treatment methods that we use which include soil treatments, monitoring and baiting systems and wood treatments. In many instances fumigation is not needed, but we work with a selected few reputable local companies if the need arises. 

The treatment method chosen is based on our findings when inspecting your property . Our service is guaranteed for 12 months, with the option to extend your warranty annually for up to an additional 4 years. If the termites show up again, we re-treat at no additional charge.

Subterranean termite damage on a wall stud

Subterranean termite damage on a wall stud