Subterranean Termite Control In LA,
Orange & San Bernardino Counties
Subterranean Termites: Subterranean termites are the most widespread and destructive termite found in the US. These termites construct tunnels through soil to wood buried in the ground, or wood that is in direct contact with the ground. They require the soil to be moist or to have a source of water near by. They cause massive damage by weakening structural foundations and in some cases, can require a home or business owner to rebuild the structure or relay a slab. Subterranean termites are best treated with Termidor, foam treatments, fumigation and soil treatments.
TestimonialsMartina S. Los Angeles, California
Great service from a team that is amazing! Fair rates, detailed services but most of friendly. I had a termite problem in my livingroom, George explained to me that we can have the affected area treated without having to tent the whole house and at a very reasonable price. The tech came over and treated the area locally, neatly and quickly. I am very satisfied with their services and will continue refering them to my friends. Thanks again George. Testimonials
Whole Structure Treatment
The state of California has only approved heat treatments and fumigation as primary treatments for termites. Local treatments can eliminate isolated infestations of termites, but for complete control we offer heat treatments and full struture fumigation. After inspection, your technician will advise you of all wood destroying pest findings and determine which types of treatments are the best solution to control your infestation.
Pest Innovations offers free Termite Inspections to home owners, HOAs, Property Management and business owners and there is a nominal fee for Escrow Termite Reports. We also offer yearly termite treatment control services. For more information about our termite treatments, call today!
Drywood termites swarm in the Los Angeles area all year long. These termites infest wood above ground, like eaves, decks, and attic spaces. When drywood termites infest a structure, you may notice small tunnels called kick-out holes and wood shavings on the ground. Learn more about drywood termite control.