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Termites are one of the most destructive pests in the world, causing billions of dollars in damage each year. In the United States, termites cause more damage to homes than fires, floods, and tornadoes combined. If left untreated, they will:
Home and business owners cannot ignore termite infestation. If you delay treatment, the damage they cause will only become more expensive to repair. Sometimes, termites can even cause your home to become structurally unsound.
Not only can termites damage your property, but they can also threaten your health. Some people are allergic to termite dust and bites and may experience difficulty breathing, swelling, or hives if they come in contact with these pests. In severe cases, anaphylactic shock may occur.
How Do We Exterminate Termites?
One Day Inspection
Termites are sneaky, and they have likely been in your home for some time when you see evidence of them. We will comprehensively evaluate your home, both inside and out, to determine if there is an infestation.
On our inspection day, we will:
- Thoroughly check your home inside and out for signs of termites.
- Check for any moisture problems that may be attracting termites to your home.
- Inspect any wood in contact with the ground around your home.
- Identify any conditions that may make your home more attractive to termites.
Inspection is free of charge, and there is no obligation to use our services.
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Termite Exterminator in Phoenix, Arizona
Termites in Phoenix and surrounding areas
Termites are among the most common pests in Phoenix and the surrounding area. With the hot, dry climate, these pests are drawn to homes and businesses searching for food and moisture.
The three types of termites in Phoenix are damp wood, dry wood, and subterranean. Of these three, the most common is Subterranean, which are invasive pests that build their nests deep underground and dig tunnels outward to scavenge for food like logs or branches from trees with stash notes on them!
Dampwood termites are another type of common termite in the Phoenix area. Dampwood termites, as their name suggests, feast on the high moisture content wood. As a result, we often found them near leaking pipes or other home water sources.
Drywood termites are the third type of termite found in the Phoenix area. These pests feast on wood that is lower in moisture content than damp wood termites. In addition, drywood termites often build their nests inside the wood they eat, making them difficult to spot.
Termites are attracted to homes and businesses for a variety of reasons. The most common reason is the presence of food. In addition, termites love wood, paper, and other materials that contain cellulose.
Another reason termites are attracted to buildings is the presence of moisture. Termites need moisture to survive, so they are often drawn to leaky pipes, condensation, and other water sources.
Termites are attracted to warmth. In the Arizona desert, homes and businesses provide a warm refuge from the hot sun. Termites will often build their nests in attics, basements, and other areas that are warm and protected from the element. Also, termite love to nest in dark, secluded places.
The easiest way to tell if you have termites is to look for signs of damage. Termites often leave behind piles of sawdust or wood shavings, which can be a telltale sign that they are present.
Another way to tell if you have termites is to look for mud tubes. These tubes are made of dirt and saliva, and termites use them to travel from their nests to their food source. Mud tubes are often found on the exterior of buildings near the foundation.
If you see any of these signs, it is important to contact a professional as soon as possible. A trained exterminator can confirm whether or not you have termites and develop a treatment plan to get rid of them.
If you think you have termites, the best thing to do is contact a professional. A trained exterminator can confirm whether or not you have termites and develop a treatment plan to get rid of them.
There are several different treatment options available, and the best option will depend on the severity of the infestation. Treatment options include baiting, chemicals, fumigation, and heat treatment.
The most important thing is to act quickly. The longer you wait, the worse the infestation will get.