Termite Treatment Services
Don’t Let Termites Destroy Your Home!
Each year, these voracious insects cause over $5 billion worth of structural damage throughout the United States. Through a crack as little as 1/64th of an inch, termites can invade your home, establish a thriving nest, and do extensive damage sight unseen, resulting in thousands of dollars to repair.
Why Risk Your Biggest Lifetime Investment?
Your home shelters your loved ones from harm and all sorts of weather, and now, Green Pest Solutions is ready to help you shield your investment, with its custom termite control program tailored to your home.
Telltale Signs of a Termite Infestation
Although you may see swarms of termites inside your home, these small insects may not always be visible. Subterranean king and queen termites have two pairs of translucent wings that break off shortly after swarming.
As the heaviest termite infestations in PA occur between February and June, you may notice large volumes of discarded wings around sources of heat such as chimneys, furnaces and stoves during the peak termite season. Damage to wood siding, window frames, steps, flooring and framework in walls is also an indication of a termite infestation.
How to Prevent a Termite Infestation
The best defense against a termite infestation is to stop it before it has a chance to start. A comprehensive termite inspection can detect those tiny cracks and crevices that provide an easy entry for termites. It can also locate possible termite breeding areas.
A Green Pest Solutions termite inspection involves checking for all possible signs of infestation inside and around the perimeter of your home. Our highly trained exterminators will alert you to any potential problem areas and provide helpful tips for “termite-proofing” your home.
We Can Provide Effective Termite Treatment
If termites have already invaded your home, we’ll provide the best termite treatment solution to rid them from your property. Our exterminators can administer our specific treatment, which may include Termidor HE or Advance Termite Bait to kill existing termites and create a protective barrier to prevent a future infestation. This revolutionary termite control system features EPA-approved materials that will keep your interior living spaces free of harsh chemicals.
As your local Green Pest Solution provider, we stand behind our Money Back Guarantee. We will respect your home as if it was our own and your peace of mind is important to us. If pests return so will we. If you are still dissatisfied with our service, we will refund the last regular payment. GUARANTEED! If You Need Us, Call Us!
Green Pest Solutions will cover damage up to the original treatment cost of your Termite Damage Protection Plan. The damage protection date or repair effective date will be effective 12 months after your original treatment date. All termite damage occurring after the effective repair date will be covered up to the original amount paid to Green Pest Solutions to perform the initial Termite treatment. The property damage must occur in an area that was accessible to and inspected by Green Pest Solution. The new damage must have an active termite infestation or all damage will be considered inactive, previous damage and not be covered under this plan. There is no coverage with regard to bodily injury arising out of treating, preventing, or eliminating termites.
Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR)
Receive a detailed WDIR report and graph from your state-certified Green Pest Solutions licensed inspector. This report will determine any and all existing evidence of wood destroying insects and or damage located at the property before you purchase or sell.
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Guide to Termites
Protect your home from the devastation that termites can cause by knowing how to identify them, warning signs of their presence, and steps to prevent an infestation.