“An effective termite control begins with a proper inspection”

There are a number of reasons you might want your home or other building to be inspected for termites or other wood-destroying organisms, we included the following:

Traditional Termite Inspection. Usually the home owner requests this inspection when he or she knows or suspects there are termites on his/her property.

Real Estate Inspection. This kind of inspection is performed when the client needs a specific, formal and written termite report for a real estate transaction. The potential buyer needs to know before buying the property that it is not infested with termites or any other wood-destroying organisms, and whether or not there is any damage.


Repairs are very important in the termite industry, that’s why we have a highly skilled and trained crew that will perform any job on your property.

This includes, but not limited to:

  • Termite repairs
  • Dry rot and fungus repairs
  • Patio and deck repairs
  • Bathroom floors
  • Shower pans


Sometimes a thorough inspection indicates only a small number of infested areas.

If this is your case, and the infestation on your property appears to be limited and accessible, a localized (spot) treatment will provide satisfactory results.


Infestations that are severe or widespread and partly inaccessible can only be eliminated using whole-structure treatment. Fumigation!

Advantages of fumigation:

  • Broad spectrum control. The most commonly used fumigants are toxic to all forms of life (e.g., insects, mammals, birds, etc.); thus it is possible to control all pests within a building using one treatment – Fumigation!
  • Speed of control. Fumigation can be the most rapid method for controlling an infestation.
  • Pest control in inaccessible areas. Fumigation can kill pests in areas inaccessible to typical contact and residual pesticides.
  • Cost. In some instances, it is less expensive to fumigate than conduct repeated treatments of other types of pesticides.
  • Pest elimination. Fumigants are used where the pest threshold for the product or living environment requires “zero pest tolerance.”