INSPECTIONS & TREATMENT
Termites cause an estimated 5 billion dollars in damages each year, leaving many unsuspecting home and business owners paying for expensive repairs. Termite activity can be hard to detect, and many times is overlooked until there is a “swarm” of termites. By this time, chances are that your property has already sustained damage, and given enough time, termites will feed on wood until nothing is left but a hollow shell.
Southeastern’s termite specialists are ready to uncover hidden termite problems by conducting a thorough inspection and analysis of your property. We offer guaranteed termite protection by utilizing our various types of control methods which are backed by our million dollar repair warranty.
Termite ControlRequires minimum one-year contract.
- Limit one (1) per customer.
- Other restrictions may apply.
- No Expiration
DRYWOOD TERMITE FECES
These look similar to coffee grounds and are found near termites knock out holes.
TERMITE WOOD DAMAGE
Not always visible, termites may hollow wood leaving paint to hide their destruction..
TERMITE MUD TUBES
Also known as shelter tubes, these serve as bridges between the colony and wood they consume.
Usually found in the spring or fall, mature termites leave the colony to form new colonies.
Different types of termites require different treatments and methods for preventing and eliminating infestations. Deciding which treatment is best is a combination of determining the type or types of termites and closely observing the structure that is to be treated. Our termite specialists will first carefully evaluate these and any other factors to develop a safe and effective treatment plan.
As their name implies, Drywood Termites feed on dry wood, typically above the soil. Colonies are constructed inside the wood and can be hard to detect. One common way to identify termite damage is by the fecal pellets they leave behind. Commonly kicked out by workers these pellets are about the size of a grain of sand.
Incredibly destructive, Subterranean Termites cause more than $2 billion in damages each year. These moisture dependent termites maintain contact with soil and typically build colonies in structures with defective plumbing, or areas with improper drainage. They are often build mud tubes as a means for travel and protection.
Formosan Termites are considered to be the most destructive. These termites also build mud tubes, but successful above ground colonies, consisting of millions of individuals that collectively eat up to 13 ounces of wood per day, do not need soil to survive. This can make locating and controlling them more difficult.
With over 30 years of fumigation experience and thousands of successful treatments, we are the leaders in providing exceptional service with attention to detail. When tenting is the right option for the treatment of termites, bed bugs, or other pest, Southeastern’s team is sure to provide you with exceptional service and guaranteed results.
PEACE OF MIND
We understand that tent fumigation is a large responsibility and that leaving your home or business in the hands of another can be uneasy. Its always been our goal to make you feel at peace with the process. That’s why we care for your home or business as if it was our own. Our team of certified fumigators oversee every aspect of the process ensuring a safe and successful job each time.