Termite Control in California
Termite damage in the U.S. cost property owners over $5 Billion dollars each year & majority of the damages termites cause is not covered by standard homeowner insurance policies, leaving you to pick up the pieces. Termites are social insects that live in large colonies & depending on the species, swarming occurs at night during the spring or fall months. Dry wood Termites are non-subterranean species that neither live in the ground nor maintain contact with the soil yet colonies can be found in various locations including attics, substructures, door & window frames, trims, eaves, & furniture. Conversely to Dry wood termites, Subterranean termite species colonies are located approximately 10 to 18 feet down in the soil from which the workers build mud tubes to structural wood where they then feed. Subterranean termites nest are always connected to the soil &/or relatively close to a moisture source.
How Do I Know I Have Drywood Termites?
Only a licensed termite inspector specialist can determine the extent of your termite infestation. However you may always detect the presence of dry wood & subterranean termites quite easily just check for tell-tale signs of termite activity with our guideline on the right.
Drywood Termite Local Treatments
Bad Termite is a firm believer in giving customers a market of options that best fit to treat your home for Dry wood termites. While fumigation is our primary recommendation for exterminating Dry Wood Termites, Bad Termite employs several other less invasive treatment options without the hassle of tent fumigation. Bad Termites Pest Management Professionals offers Full Foam Treatments, Local (Spot) Treatments, & Preventative measures for any wood destroying pest infestation whether it’s an apartment, condo, duplex, mobile-home, single-family home or commercial building. Bad Termites PMPs will create a customized plan of action that best fits to treat your home.