Expert Termite Inspection in Dallas
Your home is 10 times more likely to be damaged by termites than by fires or floods! If you’re seeing any of the telltale signs of a termite infestation, the time to act is now. Termites are found in 1 in 12 homes in the Dallas area and the damage they cause will continue if left untreated. Home Run Termite’s termite inspection team provides free limited expert termite inspections in Dallas, Collin county, Dallas county, Hunt county & Rockwall county. When you need to be sure, we also provide second opinions.
Only a complete inspection by a licensed professional can tell you of the extent of your termite infestation. Subterranean termites live in soil, infesting your home from the ground up via satellite colonies. In other parts of the country termites are seasonal, but around Dallas, they can be found all year long due to the favorable weather conditions. Home Run’s licensed termite inspectors will advise you of all areas of termite infestations in your home or building. Your inspector will also determine the best type of treatment suited to the structure. We’ll work with you to develop an extermination plan and keep termites from coming back with our termite protection program.
Signs You Need a Termite Inspection in Dallas
Pencil sized mud tubes are the preferred method of travel for Subterranean termites. Subterranean termites require high levels of moisture to survive, so they protect their bodies by hiding inside wood or traveling inside mud tubes to infest structures. If you need a thorough termite inspection in Dallas, call our professional exterminators.
If your inspection reveals the presence of termites, we can create a termite protection plan for your home.
Subterranean Termite Inspection
Subterranean termites require moisture to survive and are typically found coming in through the base of the structure. Subterranean termites move through mud tubes known as shelter tubes, which protect them from predators. Your termite technician will thoroughly inspect your garage and foundation areas for these tubes and other evidence of Subterranean termite activity. Subterranean termites live in the ground, and come up to feed on the wood in your home. It is necessary to treat access points throughout the home where the subterranean termites can enter. Many times, front porches, garages, and other areas that have cement need to be drilled and injected with termiticides underneath the cement slabs to provide successful termite control.
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