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Learn More About Termites

Termites cause over $5 billion in property damage throughout the United States every year. A good chunk of that is in the Midwest. Did you know, that’s more than the annual damage caused by fires, storms, and floods! Don’t let termites damage the structural integrity of your home. 

Our Termite Solutions

We offer a variety of advanced treatment methods to control and eliminate termite colonies in and around your home. To help determine which treatment method is right for you, we will take into account features such as your home’s construction, configuration, and environment.  Rest assured you will get the best options for your home, family, and lifestyle.

*Termite control is not included in the $239 annual pest control service.


Additional Reading about Termites

Important things to know about Termites

  They Require 3 Things  

  1. Food Source
  2. Shelter/Protection
  3. Water

Termites do not work as individuals.  They work in colonies and use mud tubes as superhighways.  This is great as it makes it much easier to spot and stop an entire colony.  The bad news is that several colonies may invade a single structure from their own mud tubes at the same time.

The subterranean termites tend to follow lines into a residence or structure. Any line above or below ground would be considered to be very valuable to them for their point of entry.  

  • Railroad ties in your garden that touch the home
  • Underground power lines or cables
  • Underground irrigation pipes
  • Driveway and sideways specifically around the edge near the dirt.
  • Fencing, specifically if it’s wood touching the dirt.
  • Debris like wood, cardboard, lumber lying on the ground touching the home

The thing to remember about the termites is ultimately they are just looking for food to graze on.  Like any animal, once they find a great source of food they are unlikely to relinquish it.  When it’s cool outside, you might find them under rocks or pieces of wood and when it’s really hot they’ll seek somewhere cooler.  Mud tubes and the discarded wings of termites are a great indication of termite activity but are not considered active until you’ve seen live ones moving around. Once they find their food source, you’ll start to find a lot of mud and mud tubing in horizontal lines.

The best key to protecting your home from termites in Kansas City is to cut off their food source.  Protect the slab, foundation, crawl space of your home.  Keep the edges sprayed, and when you notice mud or tubing either call our a professional like us or knock them down.  Prevent debris from laying up against the house. Keep an eye on puddles or standing water near the home.

We can do a lot to stop termites, but the biggest thing you can do is make your house a much harder resource and they’ll go somewhere else where it’s easier.