Subterranean Termite Facts, History, and Treatments
Termites are social insects that live in colonies and have been around for centuries. Each termite colony is divided into three forms and estimated to contain between 10,000 to over 1-million termites each colony. These insects are made to survive! While it is proven by scientists that dinosaurs have existed no longer than 230 million years ago, Termites are believed to have existed on earth more than 250 million years ago.
Termites cause billions of dollars in structural damages each year by eating wood in and around structures. They eat wood to acquire the cellulose and nutrients needed for their survival. These pests are rarely detected by homeowners and can live sub-surface or hidden in the walls of your home eating the wood and damaging the structure for years. If you suspect possible termite activity or pre-existing damage, give us a call immediately. We provide detailed termite inspections with free termite treatment estimates. We recommend only the most effective treatment and inspection methods to identify, eliminate, and prevent future termite infestations from your property.
If you are purchasing property, you may be required by the State of Texas to get the property inspected for Termites and Wood Destroying Insects. We follow the state-mandated process to provide our clients with detailed wood destroying insect (WDI) reports.
Our clients receive a detailed termite inspection and report to facilitate smooth transactions for the purchaser and all buyer approved parties. If you suspect you could possibly have a problem with a termite infestation, contact us to have our professional termite inspector investigate the damage immediately.
Call us at (817) 714-5875 to schedule your termite inspection or termite treatment.
We have offered premium termite treatment solutions for over 25 years (2nd Generation). Our sub-surface treatment and bait application acts as a barrier between the termite colony and the wood of your building or structure. Termite drilling, rodding and baiting may be combined with specialized foaming injections amongst the various termite control methods we use for termite infestations. Call us to schedule your termite treatment estimate for free today.