As temperatures drop and winter approaches, University Termite & Pest Control wants you to know that now is the ideal time to get your termite problem under control. With years of experience identifying and eliminating all types of termites, we are the premier choice for getting rid of these pesky pests.

University Termite & Pest Control knows termites—they understand their breeding habits, nesting areas, and what types of treatments work best for each situation. University Termite & Pest Control can help you keep your home or business safe from termite damage. We can do this by using the latest technology on the market. As part of our comprehensive service, we can provide regular inspections so you can stay ahead of any potential problems before they become costly.

The Signs: What causes Termite Infestations?

Termites can be a nuisance that every homeowner dreads. Unfortunately, as winter approaches, homes may be at risk of termite infestations. Knowing the signs and causes of these pests is essential to keep them away and stop them from doing expensive damage.

Identifying the Termite Problem: What to look for

Winter is the ideal time for dealing with a termite problem, and the best thing to do is to know how to identify the issue. To ensure you’re treating the right problem, here are some things to look out for that could indicate a termite infestation.

The most common sign of a potential infestation is wood damage, such as wood that’s become soft or has holes. This is usually accompanied by sawdust-like material known as “frass” near the damaged area. You may also notice mud tubes on walls or wooden beams around your home; termites use these to move from one place to another without exposing themselves to air and light. There may also be swarms of winged termites inside or outside your home that can indicate an active colony nearby.

Termite Treatment: Our Process

Here at University Termite & Pest Control, we understand that termites can cause severe damage to your home and property if left untreated. That’s why it’s so important for homeowners to invest in professional termite treatment as soon as possible. But what is the process? Knowing what to expect can help ease any concerns about having your home treated for termites.

At University Termite & Pest Control, we check your home and property to find all the places where termites have been active. Once we know where the termites are, we’ll start a complete treatment plan, which often includes liquid and bait treatments to eliminate both Subterranean and Drywood Termite Colonies. All products used are EPA-approved for use around people, pets, plants, and other wildlife.

Types of Termites

There are two main types of termites: Drywood and Subterranean. Drywood termites live in dry, above-ground wood, such as doors or window frames. Subterranean termites live mostly underground in damp soil, but they can get into homes by traveling through their shelter tubes. Subterranean termites need soil moisture to stay alive, so they tend to live near foundations or porches where they can get to moist soil easily.

Contact University Termite & Pest Control today for all your termite needs!

Winter is the perfect time for termite treatment. We have the knowledge and tools to protect your home or business from these damaging pests. Over our 40-plus years in business, wehave helped many people in Arizona with their termite problems. From pre-treatments for new construction to inspections and treatments on existing structures, University Termite & Pest Control will ensure your property is free from unwanted guests.

Termites can do a lot of damage if not treated, so a healthy home or business must be checked regularly. Call us today for your free consultation!

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