Termite Service

Termites can cause serious structural damage to your home and because they live in colonies that can number from several hundred thousand to several million, it is important to be proactive. Don’t let termites take control of your home, call Southern Pest Control to schedule an on the hour appointment with a fully trained, licensed, and insured professional to thoroughly inspect your home and provide you with valuable peace of mind for termite service.

Termite Services

Protecting your house from termites is important but there is no reason to pay thousands of dollars for a whole house treatment or a baiting system when you don’t have termites. You can protect your residence with a Termite Service Plan by Southern Pest Control. It is the most affordable plan in the industry!

Think you may already have termites? Don’t delay. Southern Pest Control will treat your home with Termidor, America’s #1 defense against termites! Contact your Southern Pest Control representative today. Schedule a termite service to protect your most important investment, your home!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are termites?
Termites are wood-destroying insects. Their presence dates back to the dinosaurs. Termites love to eat wet, moldy wood. Termites build their nests in the ground and in walls. Worker termites are small, creamy white insects. They are the most numerous and the cause of all termite damage. Termites have six legs (three pair on each side of the thorax).

Is it difficult to determine if I have termites?
Termites are often confused with flying ants. During early spring you may see termite swarms. If a homeowner has mud tubes on the exterior of the home (often near the foundation), an active termite infestation may exist. If a homeowner notices a termite swarm, contact a licensed termite pest control professional as soon as possible to schedule your termite service.

How much damage do termites cause?
Termites eat all day, seven days a week. In fact, the NPMA estimates that termites cause $5 billion in property damage each year.