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Termites can be difficult to properly eliminate—these pests can sneak into your home through the cracks in foundation or plumbing, through expansion joints, inside hollow block walls, on shelter tubes, or many other ways. At SafeSpray, we’ve worked hard to design a program that’s based on science, making our termite control more effective than traditional methods. We strive to be the industry leaders in pest and termite control by protecting the health and property of our customers using only safe, state-of-the-art termite control solutions.
With our advanced termite baiting system, you can expect:
Unhappy with your current provider? Do you feel that your home is not fully protected? Trust SafeSpray to provide the home protection you deserve. You deserve to know what’s happening on your property, which is why we take the time to explain how our termite control works. Here are the basics:
Keeping your family safe is our top priority, which is why our advanced termite baiting system is carefully designed to keep your loved ones safe. For starters, there’s a tamper-resistant cap to prevent accidental exposure. As a secondary precaution, the active ingredient is tough on termites, but very benign to people and pets. Our termite control doesn’t use sprayed chemicals, so it’s safe for the environment as well.
Termite infestations require treatment as soon as possible—otherwise you risk serious structural damage to your home. To help protect your biggest investment, we proudly offer same-day services when you call before noon. If your weekdays are too hectic to fit in treatment, we also offer Saturday services. With SafeSpray Pest Control, you’ll never have to wait for relief.
Some treatments only target Subterranean termites, but our termite control also treats for Formosan termites. By defending you from both species, we’re able to better protect your home.
Subterranean termites live underground in colonies that average around two million members. Each colony has a single queen who can lay thousands of eggs each day. Worker termites spend their days searching for food, which includes wood and cellulose material. To safely move from one place to another, Subterranean termites build mud tubes that retain moisture.
Often called “super termites,” Formosan termites are the most aggressive species that have been discovered. They are also localized to the southern United States, thriving in warm and humid environments. Formosan swarmers are also often confused with flying ants, giving them more time to wreak havoc undetected.
The life cycle of the termite begins with a mating flight, wherein swarming (winged) reproductive males and females leave their established colonies and procreate. After fertilization occurs, it is time for the “winged” termites to land and shed their wings, eventually going on to form a new colony. These termites go on to become the king or queen of their newly established colonies. The queen and king termites are responsible for all reproduction, and are therefore at the center of the termite life cycle.
Due to varying climate conditions, termite swarms typically occur at different times throughout the year, as some species prefer a moist environment, while others prefer a warmer environment. Swarming is linked to the age and maturity of the termite colony. Most subterranean termite colonies do not produce a swarm unless the colony is at least three or four years old.
No matter what time of year termites are swarming, the SafeSpray team is here to help. As a locally owned company, we’re proud to provide termite control in the following areas: