Termite control can help you safeguard one of the biggest investments you’ll make in your lifetime, your home. Having regular pest control treatments can help you stay protected from termites, one of your home’s biggest threats. Damage from termite infestation causes Austin homeowners millions of dollars every year. Because these pests can live inside interior walls for years without easy detection, long-term damage can be extensive and expensive — and it’s often not covered by insurance.
Proper protection of your home begins with a thorough inspection performed by a professionally trained termite control specialist. At Accurate Termite and Pest Control, all of our specialists are licensed, experienced and knowledgeable in the pest control field. If we find that your property is infested, we can design a treatment plan to control the problem and prevent further infestation with a chemical barrier around the structure.
Termite Control Service
At Accurate Termite and Pest Control, we offer both partial and full subterranean termite treatments. These treatments are recommended when a structure has active termites and/or conditions conducive to infestation. Conducive conditions include wood to ground contact of exterior siding, wood flowerbeds, or wood decks that are built onto the exterior of the structure. In our inspection, we’ll be sure to note any of these factors and our treatment plan will address them each specifically.
Pre-Construction Termite Treatments:
We also provide pre-construction treatment for new construction homes and commercial pad sites. In some Central Texas towns/communities (such as Lakeway), pre-treatments for termites are required by law for new construction, but even when not required by law, pre-treatment is a smart idea during the construction phase. For a new homeowner, this type of preventative treatment is the best line of defense against future termite damage – and all of our treatments come with a five-year warranty, so you’ll know you’re protected long-term.
When buying a new home, termite inspections are a common and vital part of the process. Working closely with your home inspector, realtor and seller/buyer to provide you with a complete WDI (Wood Destroying Insect) Report, making you aware of any vulnerable areas or existing infestations. With one of these reports, you’ll know long before you close whether a termite problem exists beneath or between your new home’s walls. Contact us today for a termite inspection and service quote.