Termite Control

Living in the South has numerous advantages; however, with these pros come some cons. For those of us living on the Gulf Coast, our beautiful summer days come with the unfortunate risk of termite infestations. While termites can be found in many areas across the United States, the South is considered a high-risk area for these pests. Aside from being an obvious nuisance, these pests can pose both safety and financial risks to your home or business. The best way to permanently protect your property from termites is with the help of pest professionals. Our termite control professionals at ProShield Termite & Pest Control provide you and your home with protection and prevention that lasts.

After our experts determine the extent of the problem, they get right to work treating your home or business to ensure that your termite problem does not have a chance to intensify. We’re not afraid to get our hands dirty. We can handle any of your termite control needs, from inspection to treatment. If you’re experiencing dampness or water problems in your house, our inspections will help us locate the source so we can get rid of it before more damage is done.

SIGNS OF TERMITE DAMAGE

It is important that you are well-informed on the many signs of termite damage within your home. If you begin noticing any of the following signs, it may be time to give ProShield Termite & Pest Control a call:

  • Mud Tubes
  • Termite Droppings
  • Wings
  • Discolored or Drooping Drywall
  • Buckling Wood
  • Peeling Paint
  • Discarded Termite Wings
  • Termite Droppings

THINGS YOU CAN DO TO PREVENT TERMITES

To help prevent an infestation of termites, there are a few things you can do. One way to keep termites away from your home is to reduce the food supply around your property. This means to discard any dead or rotten logs, sticks or stumps, as well as any cardboard, newspapers or other paper products that they may like. Another tip to keep these pests away is to keep moisture away from the foundation of your home. Keeping any cracks or gaps sealed around pipes or your foundation is another way to prevent termites from being attracted to your home. Lastly, it is essential that you have regular termite inspections scheduled; only a professional would know exactly what to search for when it comes to these infestations, as different species of termites result in different signs to look out for.

At ProShield Termite & Pest Control, we provide high-quality termite control services to keep your home or business protected against even the most persistent of colonies. Our goal is to make sure that you never have to pay a penny repairing damage done by these pests. If you are in need of commercial termite control services, call us today and we will be more than happy to help!

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