Termite Extermination Services
Termites are considered the top threat to wood-based structures, putting them ahead of floods, wind, and even fire. These pests cost Americans more than $5 billion in damage annually, proving that the biggest of structures can be brought down by the smallest of creatures. When they find their way in, there’s only one way to get them out: Complete Pest Solution’s termite extermination services in Ohio and Pennsylvania. We offer liquid treatment on homes that don't have wells or septic tanks.
What Are Termites?
These are tiny insects, often mistaken for ants, that feed on cellulose which is present in the wood. Regardless of their construction, all homes can be prone to infestation. The damage caused can be expensive and difficult, if not impossible, to repair. Termites eat trusses, warp your flooring, compromise the foundation of the building, and can also damage:
- Swimming Pool Filtration Systems
- Swimming Pool Liners
Termites can do a lot of damage in a short amount of time, which means you don’t want to wait too long to deal with them. An unstable foundation can be dangerous and could mean the loss of your home or business. We have the equipment to find these destructive pests and hunt them down until there’s not a single one left.
About Our Termite Control
Subterranean termites can be found in the framing, furniture, and hardwood flooring of homes; there’s no shortage of places for them to hide. Only pest control technicians with specialized training and skills know the right spots to target and how to install traps to catch the termites before they cause irreparable damage. Our bait station program keeps you covered from May-October, showing complete results in 2 seasons. We perform monthly inspections to ensure their continued performance.
Constant vigilance is key. Like bed bugs, termites can be tough to spot. Call us immediately if you notice any of the following signs:
- Discarded Wings
- Hollow Timber
- Mud Tunnels
Protect your home or business by contacting our termite team today.