Drywood Termites Removal

Have drywood termites invaded your living space? Even if you aren’t sure, call in Brantley Termite & Pest Control for fast service. Our experienced techs use state-of-the-art tools to help them identify and locate termite colonies, giving them the exact information they need to develop a successful treatment plan that gets rid of these little wood-destroying pests quickly.Drywood-Termites-Removal

Drywood Termites Removal Services

Drywood Termites Removal Unfortunately, termites can select any home at all for their next living space. They simply love to eat cellulose-based plant materials like wood, and just about every home in Florida, or anywhere in the United States, is going to contain wooden structures for termites to chomp on nonstop.

Of course, you can try to keep termites away by making your home look unattractive to them. In particular, drywood termites are attracted to areas where they can ingest both water and wood, so you can try to avoid this scenario. For example, you can fix leaks that might cause rot in wooden beams, walls, or flooring, and you can clear away broken branches and tree stumps from your yard.

Even if you take those measures, termites might move in, particularly if a few large colonies are located nearby. You never know when the new neighbors that you get are going to be the pests that you dread most. Just stay vigilant, and call in the termite specialists from Brantley Termite & Pest Control if you suspect these tiny pests are looking for their next meal at your place. We’ll come out at your convenience and see what we can find.

Spot Treatments for Drywood Termites

The moment you spot drywood termite damage or the insects themselves on your property, you need to take action right away. There are two main methods of termite extermination – tent fumigation and spot treatments.

Spot treatments for drywood termites will only work if the damage is isolated and the area is easily accessible. A thorough inspection will determine where the colonies are hiding, and then a professional exterminator will drill into the wall to spray the colony with termiticide.

Our Guarantee

While spot treatments for drywood termites can be effective in certain situations, termite fumigation is still the only guaranteed way to get rid of termites. Fumigation penetrates all of the wood in your home, wiping them out completely.

That being said, it’s easy to understand why most people don’t want their homes tented. If we have reason to believe that spot treatment could be effective after inspecting your home, we will take this less invasive approach at the homeowner’s request.

Exterminators who don’t specialize in termite treatments might shrug and walk away when their drywood termite spot treatments don’t work – not us. When you call Brantley Termite & Pest Control, you can rest easy knowing we’ll get rid of your termite problem, guaranteed.

If a spot treatment doesn’t work, our highly effective tent fumigation services will finish the job for good.  

Contact Us 24/7

Drywood termites swarm in the evening. This is when you’re most likely to see them around your property.

Don’t wait until the next morning to call someone – contact Brantley Termite & Pest Control ASAP. Our termite experts are available 24/7 to answer your questions and address your concerns.

If the news that you get after our inspection is that you have termites, we’ll also provide you with a recommended treatment plan to address the problem. Don’t let these silent homewreckers damage your home! Call us today.

Why Brantley?

  • Expert Solutions

    We offer proven strategies that work quickly to eliminate termite populations with long-lasting results.

  • Affordable Prices

    What could be worse than termites? Expensive fees to get rid of them! We try to keep our costs down, so we can offer you affordable pricing.

  • Satisfied Customers

    Our clients never need to worry that we’ll skip out on them if something goes amiss. We guarantee that you’ll be satisfied just like they were!

Drywood Termite Removal Process

  • Initial Inspection

    Different species of termites requires specific treatment processes so the inspection is used to identify the type of termite invading your home. Once we have determined which termite species is living at your location, our experts come up with a treatment to destroy them.

  • Treatment Strategies

    Drywood termites cannot be destroyed using soil treatments because these pests actually live in the wood they are digesting. Therefore, our experts will use one or more of the following treatment strategies, depending on whether or not your home is infected by a single colony or multiple ones: whole house fumigation, liquid nitrogen, insecticides, or spot treatments using heat, shock, or insecticides.

  • Treatment Completion

    With small colonies, spot treatment is often the recommended treatment. Not only does it save money for the customer, but it also streamlines the process. If more than one colony is present and/or the infestation is widespread, whole house fumigation might be used. This type of treatment requires the placement of an airtight tent over the structure and the release of a noxious gas (Vikane). Insecticides are used in spot treatments, and they penetrate the wood, effectively killing the termites.

  • Prevention

    The likelihood of a new infestation of termites is a real possibility as long as the same conditions that attracted the first group are allowed to remain. Our technicians provide educational tips that you can use to protect your home against this type of invader.

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