Terminix San Diego Exterminators, Termite, & Pest Control
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Termites in San Diego
The Terminix San Diego Branch is staffed by service professionals who know local pest problems inside and out. We live in the area and work from our location in Clairemont. We understand the threat of ants, drywood termites, spiders, rodents, roaches and more in the San Diego area. And we’re backed by our nationwide network of expertise.
WE KNOW SAN DIEGO
If you’re having a termite problem in San Diego, chances are they’re subterranean or drywood termites.
Subterranean termites are the most common type of termite found in the United States. Since these termites nest underground in the soil and forage for food using tunnels, mud tubes along the foundation of your home are tell-tale signs of an infestation.
Learn more: Subterranean termites
Drywood termites, as their name implies, infest dry wood and nest in the wood of your home, not in the soil like subterranean termites do. Drywood termites eat across the grain, meaning their tunneling can lead to significant building damage. The tiny pellet droppings they leave behind are an indicator of a drywood termite infestation.
Learn more: Drywood termites
If you notice signs of a termite infestation, you should contact a termite control professional to come out and inspect your home.
However, keep in mind that you don’t have to wait until you notice the signs of an infestation before contacting a termite control professional, and you shouldn’t. If you wait that long, significant and potentially costly damage may already be done. Instead, it’s recommended to have your home regularly inspected for termites. Terminix can help.
FREE Termite Inspection from Terminix
Termite warning signs depend on the species of termite and could include:
- Bugs emerging from wall or posts
- Blisters in wood flooring, which look like small cracks or holes
- Hollowed or damaged wood
- Evidence of the pests themselves, such as discarded wings
- Droppings resembling sawdust or coffee grounds
- Mud tubes, which look like pencil-sized dirt tunnels, near the base of the home
Early detection and professional termite control can help prevent a small termite problem from becoming an expensive ordeal. Terminix recommends that homeowners have their homes inspected at least once a year.
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Learn more about Termite Control from Terminix here.
Areas We Serve
Cities ServedCities Served
- CHULA VISTA
- IMPERIAL BEACH
- LA MESA
- LEMON GROVE
- NATIONAL CITY
- PINE VALLEY
- SPRING VALLEY
- EL CAJON
- LA JOLLA
- SAN DIEGO
- SAN YSIDRO
ZIP Codes ServedZIP Codes Served
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RELENTLESS PROTECTION AGAINST EVERY PEST THREAT
The Terminix San Diego Branch serves “Sunny San Diego,” from La Jolla to Chula Vista and out to beautiful East County. We protect homes and businesses, offering residential and commercial services to customers seeking effective termite and pest control. Best of all, we offer guaranteed solutions, including a money-back guarantee for pest control1 and the strongest residential termite guarantee in the business for qualifying properties.
ADVANCED TERMITE CONTROL
Nationally, termites do billions of dollars in damage each year. That’s why so many homeowners and businesses in San Diego rely on Terminix, the first pest control company to ever obtain a termite patent.
For more than 85 years, our skilled technicians have used the latest technologies to stop termites cold and provide reliable protection from future invasions. And for qualified homes, we offer the Ultimate Protection® Guarantee, the strongest guarantee in the business. If termites come back and do further damage to your home, we will get rid of them and pay for any new damage repairs.2
COMPLETE PEST CONTROL
Look to a Terminix Pest Control Plan for effective and guaranteed protection against dozens of household pests in the San Diego area, including ants, cockroaches, silverfish and spiders. Plus, we have services to control rodents and wildlife, bed bugs and other pest challenges.