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Termite Control in Frisco
Protect Your Property With A Termite Inspection Today
Termites and other wood-destroying insects can have disastrous effects
on your property. Whether you are a homeowner, property management company
or large corporation, any structure is vulnerable to attack by termites.
If left unchecked, a colony of termites can literally eat you out of house
and home. Don't hesitate to contact Bug Commander Pest Control, your Frisco
termite control experts!
Give us a call at (214) 307-1933 to schedule your service today!
Signs You Need Termite Control
Damaged and empty wood: In search of cellulose, termites will eat up wood leaving behind these
telling grooves. Your wooden floor boards may become emptied as well so
try knocking some of them to see if you can hear a hollow sound.
Blisters: If it looks like there's been water damage on your floor boards where
there hasn't been any water, call in our Frisco termite control professionals.
Termites could be feeding below and damage the subfloor which in term
will impact your floorboards.
Droppings: Look out for what may appear to be saw dust or coffee grounds. Termites
often have their entire nests inside of wooden structures so make sure
to double check that their droppings aren't lining your walls.
Mud tubes: In order to thrive in any specific location, termites need a particular
temperature and humidity level. In order to accomplish this they may make
these tubes of mud that will be where mud meets your house so if you notice
them call in our termite control specialists.
Tips to Help Prevent Termites
Find and fix water leaks: Termites need moisture to survive, so when you provide them with a good
source of it, they’ll thrive. Check under interior sinks and behind
the refrigerator and washing machine. You might be surprised to learn
that inside air conditioning units can leak, so be sure to check under
yours periodically and make sure that the AC drain hose outside doesn’t
drip water near your foundation.
Eliminate standing water around your home: If water tends to pool near your home during and after rainstorms, consider
talking to a plumber about installing a French drain that will absorb
the water and guide it off your property. You should also get the help
of a roofer to check your roof for low spots where water can pool and
to install gutters that will keep water from falling near your foundation.
Remove food sources from your yard: Firewood stored next to your house, wood mulch in flowerbeds, dead trees
and tree stumps in your yard and overgrown bushes touching the sides of
your home are attracting termites to your property. Bushes and other vegetation
touching your home are especially bad because they give termites direct
access to your home.
Seal off access points: Make sure big (and small) gaps around the outside of your home, including
around plumbing and electrical access points and around doors and windows,
are caulked or otherwise sealed to make access to your home more difficult.
Use termite-resistant wood for construction: Termite-resistant woods like redwood, cypress and cedar are good choices
for decking, fences and other outdoor structures that come into contact
with the ground and your home. You can also use pressure-treated pine,
as the chemicals in the wood not only repel termites, they also help the
structures to last longer.
Make sure your home is properly ventilated: Airflow throughout the structure of your home prevents the buildup of the
moisture that termites need to survive; you must ensure that your home,
including your attic and any internal voids or crawlspaces, are properly
Put down a chemical barrier: When you call in a termite pro to check your house for signs of a termite
infestation, he can insert chemicals into the ground under and around
your foundation that will form a protective barrier that is safe for humans
and pests, but deadly to termites.
Separate wood from soil: Since termites can chew through wood, if you have any wooden floor boards
directly touching the soil then you're leaving yourself susceptible to
termites entering your home. Always keep fire wood and wood debris off
the ground so termites can't get to it.
Dehumidify your foundation and crawl spaces: Any areas that are enclosed and moist and good breeding grounds for termites.
If you have any suspicions about your crawl space, call in our Frisco
termite inspection team and we'll find out what you have and what you need.
Avoid mulch: If you have to use mulch, make sure to keep it separate from any wooden
borders to your home. Mulch makes for a good spot for termites because
it provides them the insulation and the moisture they need to thrive.
Instead consider using rocks or gravel.
Whether you have an active infestation, or if you just want peace of mind
that your home is protected, our Frisco termite specialists will handle
all wood destroying insect problems.
Bug Commander Pest Control offers a variety of termite treatment and prevention services to fit your
needs and budget. Our inspectors are state-licensed, highly-trained, and
fully-equipped to locate termites in all types of structures. We offer
two primary treatment options for termites, both of which have been proven
highly effective by years of independent testing.
Our Termite Treatment Programs Include:
Option 1: Termidor HE is a state-of-the-art, non-repellent termiticide that achieves
complete termite colony elimination.
Option 2: The Sentricon Termite Colony Elimination System is a baiting system that
is revolutionary in that it can achieve complete elimination of a termite
colony without drilling or the need for liquid termiticides.
Our Termite Inspection Services
Thoroughly inspecting your property is the first line of defense against
a possible infestation. The purpose of the inspection is to determine
if, where, and how termites are getting in.
In order to find food and moisture, termites will squeeze through cracks
as narrow as the thickness of a sheet of paper. Expansion joints, foundation
cracks, gaps around plumbing and electrical entries are all potential
entry points. A professional termite inspection requires experience and
proper training, both of which you can depend on from Bug Commander Pest Control.
Upon consultation and inspection, our termite control in Frisco, TX specialist
will help determine a program that is best suited for your needs. We are
happy to explain each termite control method and help you decide which
is right for you.
Pre-Construction Termite Treatment
Our Frisco termite control team is happy to service the needs of the building
industry. We understand that a contractor’s schedule is continually
changing therefore our termite treatment staff is available to you when
it is most convenient for you. As a client of Bug Commander Pest Control,
we encourage you to take advantage of the many termite protection services
available to new home buyers. Please contact our office for further details
regarding our pre-construction termite treatment services in Frisco.
If you have any questions or we can assist you in anyway, please contact
our Frisco termite control experts at (214) 307-1933 or use our
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