Termites are often referred to as “silent destroyers” because they do so much damage without even making home owners aware of their presence! Our Total Termite Protection Plan is the most innovative and complete termite protection plan offered in the United States. We combine a variety of control techniques into a single, comprehensive, and effective treatment program. It safeguards your home and boat from termites by focusing on both the soil and the structure.
Combining above and below-ground treatments provide you with the most complete and thorough protection. Treatment areas include attics, eaves, walls, windows, doors, plumbing pipes, foundations, and slabs. Our Total Termite Protection plan is effective against every termite, so you can feel secure in knowing you are buying the best protection available.
Rodent populations grow very quickly so time is of the essence. It is best to target them when populations are small before you are dealing with a full-blown infestation. A successful and effective rodent control strategy typically involves sanitation measures, rodent proofing (exclusion), and population reduction (trapping).
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Bed bugs are small, oval, brownish parasitic insects that feed solely on the blood of animals or humans while they sleep. Right after feeding, the bug is a bright red color which gradually fades to brown as it digests the human blood. Bed bugs are born lighter in color and turn brown as they mature. Bed bugs can be quite resilient. Although they typically feed on blood every five to ten days, they are capable of surviving several months without feeding.
“Bee” is the common name for a winged, flower-feeding insect with branched body hairs. Bees are dependent on pollen as a protein source and on flower nectar or oils as an energy source. There are about 20,000 different species of bees in the world. The greatest diversity of bee species is found in warm, arid or semiarid areas, especially in the American Southwest and Mexico.