Our thorough termite inspection serves as the vital initial step in protecting your property. Our team of highly-trained technicians conducts meticulous examinations, employing state-of-the-art detection methods to pinpoint termite activity and assess areas of potential risk. We are dedicated to uncovering even the most inconspicuous signs of infestation.
After the inspection, we furnish a comprehensive termite report exclusively for your Patterson property. This detailed document presents our findings, including the extent of the infestation, an assessment of any damage, and a personalized treatment plan tailored to meet your property's unique requirements. Our transparent approach ensures you're well-informed throughout the process.
Our termite extermination services in Patterson guarantees long-lasting and effective results. Our team of termite professionals utilize eco-friendly treatments and industry-leading techniques to diligently eradicate termite colonies and prevent future infestations. Rest assured, you can trust our expertise to restore safety and provide you with peace of mind for your property.
Subterranean termites create distinct pathways using a combination of mud and excrement. These mud tubes function as transportation networks, linking the soil directly to your home. If you are on a raised foundation, these tubes can be found under the your home.
After swarming from their colony, termites shed their wings, leaving them behind as they seek out a new habitat. These discarded wings can frequently be discovered near window sills or caught in spider webs, serving as evidence of termite activity.
Termites have a voracious appetite for cellulose-containing materials, and drywall, with its composition of paperboard, becomes an attractive and readily accessible food source for them.
Indicators of termite presence within your home may manifest as blistered wood flooring, baseboards, door frames, or window areas. These signs suggest that these pests have been actively feeding and causing damage from within.
Subterranean termites must maintain certain moisture levels to survive. Mud tubes are created by these termites in order to cover them as they move from the moist ground to the much dryer wood. By doing this they are maintaining the dampness they require as the move about doing their business of destroying your home. Eliminating these termites only requires the treatment of the soil to gain control.
Drywood termites are a specific type of termites that do not require the same amount of moisture their cousins the subterranean termites require. Because drywood termites do not need to run back to the soil to survive they can stay put in the wooden beams they have infested. To guarantee and completely eliminate these termites and termite fumigation of the entire home is in order. We do offer local drywood termite treatments without a guarantee.
By California law, termite treatments are required when a new home is constructed. Termites are a big deal in our state. Our climate provides the perfect environment for termites. Some of the much colder climate do not have termites nearly as bad as we do. Because of this, in order to protect consumers, newly constructed homes are required to have their first termite treatments completed.
In order to perform services there are a certain number of hours a person must spend in training. We do not believe in just doing the minimum. Our training exceeds the state standards by a long shot.
We believe that surpassing the state standards in termite education is one of the main reasons our team of termite experts are so good at what they do!