Drywood Termite Control
How Do I Know I Have Drywood Termites?
Only a licensed termite inspection specialist can determine the extent of your termite infestation. However, you can detect the presence of drywood termites quite easily. Check for tell tale signs of termite activity with our guide on the right.
Drywood Termite Local Treatments
Elite Bay Area Termite’s High Pressure Injection System: Our High Pressure Injection is a secondary option to fumigation. Unlike fumigation, our High Pressure Injections can be done in one day (depending on the size of the building), cost less and don’t require you to move out of your home. Our High Pressure Injections also carry the same Three year warranty as fumigation with the option to purchase continuing coverage. We use the most modern drywood termite eradication techniques available. The chemical we prefer to use, Termidor is a non-repellent termiticide which is undetectable to termites, allowing termites to forage freely in a treated area. Once a termite contacts the termiticide, it becomes a “carrier.” Termidor is then passed from one termite to another through grooming and incidental contact. This products works slowly, letting termites contact many others before dying themselves.
Termite Treatment Guarantee
All of Elite Bay Area Termite’s High Pressure Injection Treatments / Fumigations / Subterranean Treatments are guaranteed to protect your structure for 3 years.
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Signs of Termite Activity
If you see any of these tell-tale signs of termite activity in your home or office, contact Elite Bay Area Termite Control for a full inspection: 1.888.611.TERMITE.
Kick-Out Holes: Termites bore through wood, leaving holes to “kick-out” waste material.
Mud Tubes: Subterranean termites live in the soil and build tubes through the base of the structure to infest the wood members.
Pellets: As termites eat their way through your structure, they discard their waste via kick-out holes. These pellets can be found in small piles below infested areas.
Swarmers: Reproductive termites leave the nest and fly to new locations to spread the infestation.