University Termite & Pest Control is Arizona’s leading pest control company and understands the significant damage that termites can cause to homes and other structures. While many people associate termites with wood damage, these pests can also harm other materials, such as paper, cardboard, and fabrics. Termites can also pose health risks through exposure to droppings and broken wings.
Knowing the signs of an infestation is crucial to protect your home from termite damage. Signs of termite damage in wood include hollow-sounding wood, mud tubes on exterior walls, and bubbling paint or frass near baseboards. However, termites can also cause extensive harm to non-wooden materials, including siding, insulation, drywall, wallpaper, carpeting, and floorboards. Softening or discoloration of these materials may indicate termite damage, as well as the presence of mud tubes.
At University Termite & Pest Control, we offer a personalized approach to treating termite activity. First, our experienced technicians thoroughly inspect the property to identify any potential problems and provide an honest assessment of the best way to address them. We then create a customized plan that considers the extent of the activity and damage, the type of termites present, and the customer’s budget. Our treatment plans may include soil treatments, trapping systems, and chemical treatments.
Preventative termite treatment plans
In addition to our expertise in identifying and treating existing infestations, we also offer preventative services to protect your home from future invasions. For example, our regular inspections can detect early signs of termite activity. In addition, we offer protective barriers designed to act as a physical barrier between your home and any potential infestation sites outside it. With our services, you can have peace of mind knowing that your home is safe from any unwanted guests.
Termites can cause significant damage.
Termites can cause significant damage to your home. According to a recent study, termite damage costs U.S. homeowners approximately $5 billion annually. Therefore, as a homeowner, you must be aware of the signs of termite damage and take action as soon as you detect an infestation to avoid costly repairs.
Our team of pest management professionals has the expertise and knowledge to identify the species of termites present in your home and determine the extent of the infestation. Then, we use various treatment methods tailored to meet your needs, from preventative measures to targeted treatments to eliminate termites from your property.
If you suspect a termite infestation in your home, don’t wait until it’s too late. Instead, call University Termite & Pest Control today to schedule an inspection and protect your home from costly damage.
Call Us Today for Effective Termite Control
If you suspect a termite infestation in your home, don’t hesitate to call University Termite & Pest Control. Our team of experienced and knowledgeable pest management professionals will accurately identify the species of termites present, determine the extent of the infestation, and provide targeted treatments to eliminate them. We are committed to providing the best possible service to our customers and ensuring that their homes remain free from termite activity.