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Colorado Termite Treatment


Colorado Termite Treatment

How To Identify A Termite Infestation

Appearance - It is common to mistake termites for winged ants, so it's important to note the difference. Ants have narrow, wasp-like waists; termites have wide waists. Also, a termite's wings are about much larger, almost twice the length of its body. If you find wings, droppings or mud tubes, then call your local Colorado termite control technician immediately for professional termite treatment.

Behavior - Termites lose their wings soon after finding a new colony site; thus, if you spot termite wings on your property in Colorado, then there is a high probability that an underground nest is likely to be underway nearby.

These pests swarm before establishing a new colony, and this is the most common indicator that a termite infestation is impending. In severe cases, they can be seen to the naked eye swarming in masses, usually when a light is turned on at night.

Upon a close look, wood attacked by termites has passages that have been coated with what looks like an Earth-like material. Where the wood has been infested for some time, it may be mostly hollowed out with passages and may look rotten. If the rotten wood is inspected with a tool or screwdriver, it will crumble, and many worker termites will often spill out.

Why You Might Have Termites

Termites congregate to areas with moisture, which is why pipes, A/C units and other home fixtures that may be prone to leaking should be repaired.

Homes with cracks in the foundation, older homes, and homes with a large amount of wood indoors and outdoors are more susceptible to termite infestations.

Keeping plants and mulch maintained, getting rid of yard debris and old stumps and keeping firewood away from the home can help.

Reasons To Treat Your Termite Problem Immediately

Termite problems in Colorado are not to be taken lightly. Termites do more damage to homes than all natural disasters combined; they can cause significant, expensive damage to Colorado homes and businesses in an extremely short period.

Putting off calling a professional will cause the termite infestations to spiral out of control. At first sight of signs of an infestation, experienced local Colorado termite control professionals should be contacted to treat current termite issues and prevent further problems.

How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Pest Control Service?

When you're looking to hire a pest control service (aka exterminator), you can expect to pay anywhere from $110 to $290 per treatment.

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