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I so appreciate the personal and professional services.  Tim was great in identifying my pest problem and explaining what was going on with it.
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We've made getting started as simple as possible. Same or next-day emergency services available.

Free Inspection

We offer free inspections and estimates for installing and monitoring a Sentricon system - the most trusted name in Termite monitoring.

Sentricon System Installation

After your inspection and estimate, we will install the Sentricon system around your home, to create a barrier of protection from termites.

Monitor & Guarantee

Once installed, we inspect your home annually to ensure no termites are found indoors or around your home.

365/24/7 Termite Protection

Termites forage for wood 24/7. That’s why you need a system that never stops fighting these difficult-to-eradicate pests.

The top choice for homeowners is the Sentricon® system, because it is one of the safest and most effective termite monitoring systems available. The baiting method attracts termites away from your home, as termites prefer the bait 10 to 1 over wood.

Choose quality Termite monitoring with Spidexx, without sacrificing your wallet.

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How to Spot a Termite Infestation

Signs of Termite Infestation

There are a number of signs that you may have a termite infestation. These include:

  • Mud tubes. Termites build mud tubes to travel from their colony to their food source. These tubes are often found on the foundation of your home, or in areas where there is moisture.
  • Termite droppings. Termite droppings are small, pellet-like droppings that are often found in areas where termites are active.
  • Termite wings. After a termite swarm, the alates (winged termites) shed their wings. These wings can often be found in areas where termites are active.
  • Damage to wood. Termites eat wood, so if you see any damage to your wood, it could be a sign of a termite infestation.
  • Musty odor. Termites have a distinctive musty odor. If you notice a foul odor in your home, it could be a sign of a termite infestation.

Termite Hiding Places

Termites are good at hiding, and they can fit into small spaces. They often hide in:

  • Wooden structures
  • The soil around your home
  • The walls of your home
  • The attic of your home
  • The crawlspace of your home

If you think you have a termite infestation, it is important to call a professional pest control company. They will be able to inspect your home for termites and develop a treatment plan to remove the termites and prevent them from coming back.

Here are some additional tips to help you prevent a termite infestation:

  • Inspect your home for signs of termites on a regular basis. Look for mud tubes, termite droppings, termite wings, or damage to wood.
  • Seal up any cracks or holes in your home's foundation. This will help to prevent termites from getting into your home.
  • Maintain a healthy moisture level in your home. Termites are attracted to moisture, so it is important to keep your home dry.
  • Plant trees and shrubs away from your home. Termites can use trees and shrubs as a food source and a pathway to your home.

Additional Information

  • Termites can cause serious damage to your home, so it is important to get rid of them as soon as possible.
  • Termites can be difficult to get rid of, so it is important to hire a professional pest control company.
  • Termites can be a nuisance, and they can damage your home.

What Attracts Termites?

Termites are small, wood-eating insects that can cause significant damage to homes and businesses. They are often referred to as "silent destroyers" because they can go undetected for long periods of time.

There are a few things that attract termites, including:

  • Moisture: Termites are attracted to moisture. If your home is damp or humid, it is more likely to be infested with termites.
  • Wood: Termites eat wood, so they will be attracted to homes and businesses that are made of wood.
  • Food: Termites also eat other materials, such as paper, cardboard, and even glue. If you have these materials in your home, they may attract termites.
  • Cracks and holes: Termites can enter your home through small cracks and holes. If you have any cracks or holes in your foundation, walls, or around windows and doors, they should be sealed up to prevent termites from entering.
  • Termite swarms: Termites swarm during the spring and summer. If you see termite swarms, it is a sign that there is a termite infestation nearby.

If you live in an area that is prone to termites, there are a few things you can do to prevent an infestation:

  • Inspect your home regularly: This will help you to catch any termite infestation early.
  • Seal up any cracks or holes in your home: Termites can enter your home through small cracks or holes. To prevent this, seal up any cracks or holes in your foundation, walls, and around windows and doors. You can use caulk, weatherstripping, or other sealants to seal up these openings.
  • Keep your home dry: Termites are attracted to moisture. To prevent termite infestations, keep your home dry. This means fixing any leaks in your roof or plumbing, and ventilating your crawl space or basement.
  • Avoid bringing used furniture into your home: Used furniture may be infested with termites. If you do bring used furniture into your home, inspect it carefully for signs of termite activity before you bring it inside.

By following these tips, you can help to keep your home termite-free.

Additional Tips:

  • If you have a termite infestation, it is important to take action as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more damage the termites will cause.
  • There are a number of natural remedies that can be used to prevent termites, such as diatomaceous earth and borax. However, these remedies are not always effective, and they may take some time to work.

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