ABC will send out a termite specialist who understands the insect’s behavior. Those specialists will inspect your home for the location of the termites and evaluate actual termite damage. We’ll explain the findings to you and make you aware of all your options. The type termite inhabiting the home and the severity of the infestation will influence the treating methodology and recommendations.
If we find evidence of termites, we will devise a treatment plan that may include the use of Termidor – one of the best and most effective products available. The treatment will entail placing the product into the soil around the slab. The treatment causes termites to carry the bait back to their nests and transfer it to others by sharing food. Within short time, the entire colony will die.
If you are building a new property, you should consider calling us to install our tried and true Termimesh system. Termimesh is a 100% effective steel mesh that is installed along with the slab of the home. It prevents termites from accessing your house, is non-toxic and provides permanent termite protection.
We offer a warranty that can be fully renewed and transferred to the next homeowner, keeping your property termite-free for life!
What happens during the inspection?
Our licensed and trained pest control experts will perform a thorough, free inspection of your property. We will determine the extent of any infestation, assess damages, answer any questions you may have and provide a written quote for services.
Are the products you use friendly for pets and children?
Yes. We choose our products for both their effectiveness and their level of environmental friendliness. We highly value the health of our communities, your family, and the environment.
Do you inspect homes for wood destroying insects (WDIs)?
We pride ourselves in taking care of our customers. We inspect homes for all pests, especially WDIs which can cause immense damage to structures. When you put your trust in ABC Home & Commercial Services for pest removal, you can be sure that we’ll detect any and all hidden pests.
What can I do to prevent termites?
When building a new home, installing Termimesh is 100% effective at preventing termites.
For existing structures, there are several key measures to take for termite prevention. Keeping any lumber, dead trees, and other wood debris as far from the foundations and walls of your home as possible will minimize the temptation of termites. Locating standing water, leaky spigots, and other sources of moisture is also imperative. Moisture and wood are termites’ favorite mixture, and eliminating the two can go a long way to prevent termites from ever visiting your property.
Regular visual inspection of your home and slab is the best method for becoming aware of an infestation and solving the problem.
What is tent fumigation service, and when is it needed for termite treatment?
Tent fumigation, or “tenting”, is a highly effective solution for eliminating severe termite infestations. Preparation for fumigation can be extensive, requires thoughtful coordination, and follows strict safety procedures. Tenting a home for termites should always be done by a professional with proper certifications and licensing in order to be performed safely and effectively.
What rules does ABC follow with regards to safety when using fumigant gas for termite treatment?
Safety is our number one priority when treating your home. We adhere to strict guidelines set forth by the fumigant manufacturer as well as state and federal regulatory agencies. During all structural fumigations, ABC regularly monitors the fumigant levels within the structure and the air outside the structure for efficacy. We use specially designed equipment capable of detecting fumigant levels as low as 1 part per million (ppm). We employ aeration times far exceeding what is required by law and confirm 0 ppm clearance levels multiple times before allowing you and your family to return to your home. Additionally, we follow all manufacturer recommendations, including not fumigating homes with attics enclosed in polyurethane spray foam insulation (PSFI).
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