It’s no secret, termites can wreak havoc on your home or business. Termites feed on wood 24 hours a day, which means an infestation can quickly cause extensive damage to a building’s structure if it isn’t inspected, managed, or treated by qualified termite control professionals. With the average termite repair costing around three thousand dollars ($3,000), it’s in your best interest to invest in professional termite treatment and prevention.
Termites feed on wood 24 hours-a-day. That means a termite infestation can quickly turn into a major problem. That is why Nextgen Pest Solutions provides professional termite inspection and treatment. Call Us today!
Rap your knuckles on some of the framework of your house. Does the wood sound hollow? Did a piece crumble off into your hand? Does it have a bunch of tunnel lines? Have you noticed the doors and windows are very difficult to close lately?
Go outside and check the wood around your foundation. Do you see a mud-like material, excavation line or other various lines in the wood? If you notice any of these things, or if you see small, ant-like winged insects that are flying around any piece of wood, this is definitely a sign that termite swarmers are currently attacking that piece of wood.
At Nextgen, we have over twenty years of experience dealing with all manner of pests and wildlife, including termites. We can inspect your home from foundation to roof, and we will ensure that any termite infestation we find is eradicated.
Whether it’s your home or business premises, it’s likely to be your biggest investment, so naturally you want only the best provider for all your termite control needs. Give us a call today to take care of all of your termite treatment needs
Termite Species & Lifecycle
Both Drywood & Subterranean termites start their life cycle as soldier termites like this.
Subterranean termites typically live in mud tubes that are in higher humidity and moist areas. They swarm in the daytime and are often found living near foundations. They cause the most damage of the termite species.
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