Termites and Wood Destroying Organisms

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Because termites live in wood or in the ground, it requires a keen eye and a lot of experience to find and identify them, then to recommend and provide effective treatment. This is where Tim’s 41 years in the Pest Control Industry comes in handy.

Being a licensed termite inspector (Branch III) requires the knowledge of how a structure is put together and to also know common construction nomenclature. We need to know what is going on inside walls and covered wood without having to actually go through the expense of opening those areas for inspection. We also employ the help of sophisticated video scopes and moisture meters to track down where your termites are hiding so we can recommend the most effective course of action.

  • Drywood TermitesTermite Damaged Wood
  • Subterranean Termites
  • Dampwood Termites
  • Wood Destroying Beetles
  • Carpenter Bees
  • Fungus & Dry Rot Damage
  • Localized Treatments
  • Whole House Fumigations
  • Wood Repairs and Replacement

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