Termite Treatment in Central Florida
Termites thrive in hot and humid weather, making homes in Florida more susceptible to termite damage. If you have an infestation Rowland Pest Management is here to help. Our termite treatment is safe and will provide long-term protection, giving you one less thing to worry about.
When you partner with us for termite treatment, we will:
- Carefully search your home for signs of termite activity.
- Create a treatment plan based on the severity of the infestation.
- Eliminate all existing termites with Trelona bait stations.
- Prevent further damage from happening to your home.
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Protect Your Home from Termites Today
Termites cause over $5 billion in damages to homes across the nation every year. That’s a costly statistic, but luckily it’s easy to protect your home with our termite treatment. We even offer same-day service so you can get started right away! We complete an inspection, then talk with you about your treatment options. With Rowland on your side, termites don’t stand a chance.
Signs of a Termite Infestation
Termite infestations are difficult to spot, especially if you don’t know what you’re looking for. Here are some indications that you have a termite infestation. If any of these sound familiar, give us a call and one of our exterminators will come to inspect your home.
- Mud tubes running up the side of your foundation.
- Discarded wings from swarmers around doors and windows.
- Peeling paint that looks like water damage.
- Uneven or very squeaky floors.
- Hollow-sounding wood or wood with a maze-like pattern on it.
The Complete Termite Package Will Rid Your Home Of Termites
There are over 2,000 species of termites in the world, but only 50 species are found in the United States. They all fall into one of three categories: drywood termites, dampwood termites, and subterranean termites. Florida has them all, but you’re most likely to have a subterranean infestation. Our Complete Termite Package treats for both drywood and subterranean termites. We also offer these services separately.
Drywood termites make their nests in dry, non-decayed wood. They require less moisture than other species, so they can travel above ground without dehydrating. This lets them easily infest your entire home, including the attic, wooden support beams, and hardwood flooring. When we are dealing with drywood termites, we treat the wood in the attic with borate and then inject termiticide foam into the walls to prevent termites form returning.
Subterranean termites live underground, but they can still travel. They create mud tubes that protect them from the hot sun and keep them from drying out. They’re drawn to wood that’s touching the ground but will use the mud tubes to climb your home’s foundation and infest the wooden supports. We use Trelona bait stations to treat subterranean termites.
Dampwood termites live places with a high moisture content, like wood that’s on the ground or near standing water. They’re commonly found in fence posts, sheds, and fallen trees. While it’s less likely, they can also infest your home.
Areas We Service in Florida
As a locally-owned business, we’re always willing to go the extra mile and help our neighbors achieve pest-free homes. We’re proud to service areas throughout Central Florida, including: