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Many homeowners in Phoenix don't know that subterranean termites establish new foraging sites each year. Because of this, it is crucial for your home to be examined for signs of termites or termite damage annually. When you call Uni-Tech Pest Control, we can send one of our experienced professionals to your home to check for any signs that could indicate you have a termite problem.
Even the threat of a termite infestation is alarming, since these destructive insects can literally eat away at your biggest investment. One reason these pests are responsible for billions of dollars of damage to U.S. homes each year is that they tunnel underground to reach your property, often escaping detection. The professionals at Uni-Tech Pest Control can quickly pinpoint the source of a problem and then provide effective, long-lasting termite control in Phoenix so that you can be confident that your home is protected.
We understand that if you suspect you have termites, you want someone to begin treating your property immediately. Even if you don't, you probably want to make sure that you’re doing everything you can to prevent an infestation. Either way, we will do our best to send someone to your home as quickly as we can.
When one of our inspectors comes to meet you for a complimentary inspection, you can expect a Uni-Tech Pest Control Termite Specialist to:
Once the inspection is complete, we will offer you a customized treatment plan with recommended next steps. Upon your approval, we will schedule the first service call.
Subterranean termites are indigenous to the Valley and will inevitably visit every home over time. If left untreated, termites can do substantial damage to your home as well as other structures.
The preferred method of controlling subterranean termites is applying a liquid termiticide to the soil around a home. The goal is to prevent all potential routes of entry. Termites that contact the treated soil will die but not before transferring the agent to other termites. All termiticides, however, break down over time and will need to be reapplied.
Mud tubes running from the ground up onto the foundation indicate the termite’s presence, as well as small tubes growing out of walls and ceilings. Oftentimes, however, they can be difficult to discover. Pulling back wood or other materials against your home can reveal their presence.
The first step in determining the cost of termite control is understanding the extent of the problem. Sometimes a spot treatment may suffice. In other cases, a full house treatment is required. To be certain, allow us schedule a FREE inspection of your property to determine the most suitable termite treatment and offer an estimate.