Our 4-step Termite Control plan provides year-round protection for your home.

Coverage Includes:

Subterranean termites

Note: Termite Control is currently available in Arizona, Colorado, Massachusetts & Michigan.

Here’s how it works:

1. Free inspection of your home and all areas of suspected termite activity.

The first step in your custom termite treatment plan is for one of our termite experts to perform a thorough inspection of your home for termite activity. There is no charge for the inspection.

Primary items that will be checked during this inspection:

  • Basement and/or crawlspace will be checked for moisture.
  • Foundation and home perimeter will be checked for termite debris/tunnels.
  • Any other potential risk areas will be checked for signs of activity.
  • Any areas with suspected activity will be checked.

2. Custom treatment plan to target existing termite issues and/or prevent new termite activity.

Once the inspection is complete, we will prepare a custom treatment plan for your home. This treatment plan will be designed to target any existing termite issues, plus prevent future ones.
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Your termite treatment plan will include:

  • A customized digital diagram showing the termite issues identified during the inspection.
  • The steps we recommend to treat any existing issues and prevent new ones in your home.

3. Active protection: bait stations with active bait to eliminate termite colonies.

How bait stations work:

  • To protect your home from future termite infestations, a series of bait stations will be placed around your home’s perimeter.
  • These stations will be strategically placed around your home to intercept foraging termites.
  • When termites find the bait and take it back to the colony, it will spread throughout the colony’s population and eliminate them.

4. Annual inspections thereafter to maintain protection.

To maintain your home’s protection and make sure the treatment plan is working correctly, we will perform an annual inspection of both the interior and exterior of your home and adjust the treatment plan if necessary.

If you see termites or signs of activity at any time during the year, simply let us know and we will come out for free to inspect and treat!

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Termites can cause significant damage to your home over time if they are left unchecked.

Most termite damage happens sight unseen. In fact, most termites don’t even have eyes because they don’t need them in the dark!

Termites eat the wood (or other cellulose material like paper, cardboard, etc.) of your home from the inside out. This means homeowners often don’t notice termite activity until significant damage has occurred.

Termites avoid light since they can become dehydrated quickly and even die from exposure to the elements. Once they get close to the exterior of a section of wood, they stop eating and move on to eat the inside out of another section.

How much wood do termites eat?

The amount of wood termites can eat depends on several factors such as the type of termite, the age of the colony and the type and condition of the wood in your home.

A large colony of subterranean termites can include millions of workers and eat hundreds of pounds of wood per year.

How much does termite damage cost?

Termites cause more than $5 BILLION in damage every year!

According to the National Pest Management Association, every year the total cost of damage caused by termites in the United States is more than $5 billion (yes, with a “b”).

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Is my house at risk of termite infestation?

Most homes in the US are at some risk of infestation.

There are several different kinds of termites in the United States. The most destructive by far are subterranean termites. These termites live in large colonies that can grow to include millions of workers and eat hundreds of pounds of wood each year.

Most central and southern parts of the US are at risk of infestation from subterranean termites, as shown in the map below.

How do termites get into my house?

Subterranean termites can get into your home in 2 ways:

1. Above ground, by flying into it.

Where do winged termites come from?

When a termite colony is mature, it will produce winged reproductive male and female termites. When conditions are right, the winged reproductives will fly away to find other reproductives to mate with and set up new colonies.

If your home is nearby, a mated pair of reproductives may come across it and decide it’s a great place to start their new termite colony. If you’re really unlucky, multiple pairs of reproductives will set up their colonies in and around your home!

2. Below ground, by tunneling up into it.

Worker termites from existing colonies are constantly foraging to find new food sources. When they forage, they dig tunnels through the earth looking for sources of cellulose (wood).

If they come across your home, they may decide it’s a great source of food for their colony. Soon after, the colony’s workers will start eating away at your home’s wood from the inside out!

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What does termite damage look like?

Hollowed-out, “muddy” wood

Subterranean termites live in the soil and go back and forth from their home to the wood in your home as they eat. Damaged wood will have tunnels, holes or chambers eaten out of it, and often have dried mud on it that the termites brought with them.


Mud tubes

Subterranean termites create telltale mud tubes to protect them as they go about eating your home’s wood. Common places to find mud termite tubes are around your home’s foundation, and on posts, pillars or walls in your basement/crawlspace.


Piles of wings, or of winged termites

Winged termites are reproductive males and females that swarm to find mates and set up new colonies. Once they find an ideal spot for a new colony, they will shed their wings and take up residence in their new underground home.

Finding either piles of wings or of winged termites is a bad sign – it means you either have mature termite colony(s) in and around your home, or that termites are looking to set up new colony(s)!


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– Needham, MA
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– Commerce Twp, MI
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– West Bloomfield Twp, MI
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– Farmington Hills, MI
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– Brighton, MI
“Michael was leaving after finishing todays service, when I pulled into my driveway. He stopped and took the time to give an overview of what he had done on this call. It was much appreciated! Thanks Michael!!”
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– Oakland Twp, MI
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– Plymouth, MI
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– Walled Lake, MI
“Andrew is great! He’s professional yet personable, kind and polite, and conveys a confidence that leaves me without any doubt that the job was done thoroughly. He also let me know that I can call anytime if any problems come up – it’s nice to have that reminder.”
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– Canton, MI
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– Northville, MI
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– Northville, MI
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– Lake Orion, MI
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– Northville
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