Choices in Termite Treatments for Your Home

Our termite treatments include three preventive techniques to protect your home from these destructive insects. The “best termite treatment” depends on factors that are unique to your home and current termite problem:

  • Soil treatments: These are applied directly to the soil under and around your home. This treatment sets up a barrier that eliminates termites once they come in contact with the material.
  • Bait Systems: These are designed to eliminate entire termite colonies in and around your home. Termites find and eat the bait, then share it with other members of the colony.
  • Wood treatments: Preventive Wood treatments as a standalone treatment would only be for pre-treatments on new construction. As a preventive, wood treatments are used in conjunction with the other methods for post-construction

Termite Treatment Options for Active Infestations

Already suffering from a termite infestation? This requires special care and treatment. Contact us right away. We’ll evaluate which of these termite treatments are appropriate for your situation.

For Drywood Termites, Old House Borers or Powder Post Beetles:

  • Spot treatment: These localized treatments are performed for isolated infestations and are minimally inconvenient for homeowners.
  • Fumigation: This method is used when the infestations are in hidden or inaccessible areas and it ensures 100% of the house is treated whether the infestations are visible or not.

For Subterranean Termites:

  • Soil treatments: Direct application to the soil under and around your home. This treatment may also include the installation of a bait system.
  • Direct Treatment: Localized treatments are performed for isolated infestation.

We care about your property and your family so the selection of the right termite treatment takes into account many factors. A termite or wood destroying insect infestation is a serious problem. You can rely on the long-standing expertise in termite protection that you get from Massey Services.

If you suspect you have a termite or wood destroying insect infestation, contact us for a free termite inspection now. The sooner you get treatment, the less damage your home will sustain.

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