What Are the Warning Signs of Termites?
- Pencil-sized diameter, or larger, mud tubes running across bare concrete or masonry between the soil and any wooden part of your building, inside or outside.
- Thin, small, papery wings, all the same size and shape, 3/8″; to 1/2 ” long, on your windowsill, countertop or floor (especially in late spring after a recent rain).
- Thin “bubbled” or distorted areas of paint on wooden surfaces, which feel cool to the touch.
- Any wooden building parts (especially if they are support structures) that begin to “sag” unexpectedly
Beware of Termites
More than 365,000 homes in the U.S. are involved in fire each year. More than 600,000 U.S. homes suffer termite damage, totaling over $5 billion annually. Termites cause more damage than all fires, most storms, and earthquakes combined. More than 2 million homes require termite treatment each year. While homeowners’ insurance can help recover losses from fires, floods, and earthquakes, it’s almost impossible to get insurance against termites.
Finding out your home has termites can scare most homeowners. You typically can’t see them or hear them. Frequently, only a trained inspector can find signs of infestation.
Treatment by homeowners to control termites is virtually impossible. Bug Busters USA’s experts have the specialized knowledge and equipment needed for effective control and protection from termite infestation. Termites are found in all the states where Bug Busters USA provides service. They eat wood and may also destroy paper products such as books, cardboard boxes, furniture, and other items. Even buildings with steel framing and masonry walls are targets because of the wooden doors, window frames, wooden support beams, cabinets, or shelving.
Detecting and Controlling Termites Is a Job for a Professional
A thorough inspection by a termite control specialist is the first and most important step in protecting your property. “Experienced eyes” can locate the specific areas in your structure where a termite attack is likely to occur. Our inspectors use special tools, such as moisture meters and probing devices, to locate termites.
If a termite infestation is found, our specialist will design a customized treatment plan for your property to control any current infestation and establish either a liquid treated zone, a baited zone, or, in some cases, both to take care of future termite infestations.
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What Our Customers Are Saying
Mike IS wonderful. He will come out multiple times in the same week if needed. My daughter got married last may, and we had the rehearsal dinner (for 50) at our house. Two weeks before the dinner, ants showed up in the kitchen. Mike kept coming out till they were all gone. He was a lifesaver.
They always let me know when they were coming, always professional. If I ever seen a bug in house they came immediately and resprayed. One happened once in three years. Always polite, punctual and professional. Wouldn’t have any other bug company! I also love the fact I have the same person every time come out. So me or wife know them by name and it’s great all the way around.
The agent was very professional, knowledgeable, and reliable. I would definitely use this company’s service again.