Termite damage is a cause of concern among thousands of homeowners. Whether you’ve had to deal with it before or you know you don’t want to, knowing when to get it help is an absolute must. After all, termites alone cause billions of dollars’ worth of property damage each year, making them some of the most lethal pests for property owners. So how do you know that you have termites in your home?
The most obvious method to identify a termite problem is to call us for a termite inspection. Many people are not even aware of the presence of termites in their homes until the damage has already been done.
What is a Termite Inspection?
A termite inspection is no more complicated than it sounds. It’s just a visual look at the places in your home that are most accessible for any evidence of these wood-destroying pests. We’ll look at as much of your home as we can to ensure you’re termite-free. Fortunately, if you’re not, don’t worry! We can help there too.
Termite Treatment Options
There are several types of termite treatments available. If you are searching for the best termite treatment for Arizona homes, you’ve found it. If during our termite inspection, we find any evidence of problems, we’ll immediately deploy a solution that’s right for you, your property, and the level of infestation you’re currently experiencing. Before we do anything, though, we’ll consult with you to help you understand the best way forward.
How to Prevent Termites
When it comes to termite control, though, the best option is always prevention. There are several things you can do to prevent a problem. First, reduce the wood to soil contact around your home. As much as possible, keep mulch and lumber well away from the foundation of your home. Second, be sure you trim any shrubs near your home. You want them at least twelve inches from the foundation of your home. Finally, maintain the exterior of your home. Repair any leaks or siding problems immediately, and consider having a termite inspection on a yearly basis.
Termite control is possible, and we can help. To learn more, contact us today.