Termite Inspections and Treatment

Termites have been around since before the age of dinosaurs. They go farther than 120 million years ago. Invisible to the naked eye, these pests can eat through anything from wood to carpeting to wallpaper. 

Termites cause nearly $5 billion in annual property damage, an amount that is not covered by standard homeowner’s insurance plans. This is why it is crucial to be thorough and constant in your termite extermination and control efforts.

When these flying pests (termites) first appear inside homes in the spring, it’s usually because swarmers are trying to establish a new colony. If you have a problem with termites in your home, it’s best to call in a professional who can inspect the property, identify the source of the problem, and then prescribe a termite control strategy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When it comes to pest control, many people believe it is best to wait until there is a problem before taking action. At this stage, exterminating bugs may be both expensive and inconvenient for you. Because of the savings you’ll save on future treatments as well as the assurance that your house is bug-free, preventive pest control is an excellent investment.

It is common for pest control treatments to include a wide range of products. In order to provide you with the best possible solution, an expert will perform an in-depth assessment of your house. Conventional pesticide treatments are often used in pest management, depending on the specifics of your circumstance.

We recommend contacting our office to get a quote for your specific pest control requirements since the level of infestation and the surrounding environment affect the price.

Free inspections are offered by On-Demand.com. Our objective is to provide each customer with a personalized strategy that takes into account the specifics of their property, the issue, and the surrounding area. You may request an inspection by contacting (954) 947-0805.

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