What kinds of termites does Terminix treat?
Terminix offers protection against the two most common termite threats in the United States: subterranean termites (including Formosan termites) and drywood termites.
What if my house is already infested with termites?
If your home is already infested, it is important to eliminate the termites before they can do any more damage. A Terminix professional can inspect your home and decide the best treatment for your home: the Bait Defend System (above ground baiting stations) or the Liquid Defend System® (advanced liquid treatment applied around the exterior of your home).
I have drywood termites. What is the best way to treat them and eliminate the problem?
More than likely, a home infested with drywood termites will require tent fumigation. Tent fumigation involves covering your home with tarps and introducing a fumigant gas to penetrate all infested wood. This method ensures that all drywood termites in your home are eliminated.
What kinds of termite plans does Terminix offer?
We offer two types of plans to help protect you from the potentially major costs of future termite infestations: Termite Protection Plans and Termite Treatment Plans.
Termite Protection Plans guarantee future protection for homes that haven’t been infested by termites yet. These plans include:
Termite Treatment Plans guarantee to get termites out of an infested home safely and effectively. They also assure you’re protected against future infestations. These plans include:
My home has never had termites. Is there a way to prevent a termite infestation?
Terminix offers two types of plans to help get to subterranean termites before they get to you: The Bait Barrier Plan and the Subterranean Termite Coverage Plan. The Bait Barrier Plan establishes an advanced treatment perimeter around your home to stop termites from invading, and provides annual monitoring to check for termite activity. The Subterranean Termite Coverage plan offers an annual professional termite inspection. Both plans are backed by an ongoing guarantee protecting against any costs from future treatments or damage repairs.