We use subterranean termite pest control to keep your Central Florida home safe and healthy.
Well-built homes are constructed to last a long time, and over the course of that time, are required to withstand the elements, everyday living, and unwanted pests. Without appropriate termite pest control, severe structural damage can be caused to your home. The most common food for termites is wood; however, they also feed on other plants and plant byproducts, including paper, furniture, or even clothing. There are so many parts of your home that are potential food for termites, and if they’re not exterminated, they can survive off your home and products in your home for a long time.
Termites live in colonies, which is why termite pest control is a must for homeowners. Colonies are usually made up of between a few thousand and a few million termites. Termites are resilient, which is why their colonies can become so large. The longer they are able to feed and breed around and in your home, the more extensive damage they can cause. There are also options to treat your home to prevent termites from being able to reach the wood.
Termite pest control is not something homeowners should try to take on by themselves. Most termite damage can go undiscovered for long periods of time. It is not worth the increased time they have to eat away at your home, while testing out a variety of products to see if there’s a chance something will help. At Waters Pest Control, we are trained to use subterranean termite pest control to keep your Central Florida home safe and healthy. Contact us to do a preventative treatment or to inspect your home for termites, so we can help you minimize any damage.