What Can House Owners Expect From Termite Removal Service
What Happens During the Inspection?
Homeowners need to make sure they have their home inspected for termites once a year. This inspection helps homeowners to determine if termite pests are present so they can call in the pest control service provider specialist to remove the termites from the home.
The inspection involves checking every area of the home for signs of termite damage. The inspector looks for the following signs when checking for termites in a home.
Termite exit holes
Termite mud tubes
If there are signs a home has termites, the inspector will work to identify the type so the best Pest Control treatment can be put in place to eradicate the population so the home is no longer being damaged. Once the type has been determined, the inspector will start to work on removing the pests.
How Are Termites Destroyed?
There are a few different types of termite treatments available, depending on the home, the type of termites present, and the size of the population. Before beginning any type of treatment, the specialist will give the homeowner options and pricing so they can make an informed decision on which treatment will be best for their options and budget.
Gas treatment typically involves tenting which fully seals a home while pesticide gas is pumped inside. This ensures the termites cannot escape and will be destroyed.
Heat treatments are most effective for treating drywood termite infestations.
Injected treatments can be placed inside the wood that houses smaller populations of termites.
Bait stations can be particularly effective when termites are living underground around the home.
Call Today to Get Started
Calling to schedule a termite inspection allows homeowners to learn if termites have invaded their home and are causing damage. A full inspection should be carried out once a year to ensure termites have not taken up population.
Once the termites have been removed, termite barriers can be placed around the home so a reinfestation does not occur. These barriers can last up to five years before needing to be replaced. When calling for an appointment, homeowners should ask about their fungus treatments.