Termite Control Done Right For Phoenix Properties

termite on the edge of a piece of wood

Termite infestations are one of those problems that most people only prepare for once it's too late. Once a termite colony has moved into your home, you need to act fast or risk serious harm to your home. But what does termite control mean for Phoenix residents, and how can they achieve it?

Uni-Tech Pest Control has been servicing the Phoenix area since 1988, and in that time, we've helped turn the tide against countless termite infestations. Below is a brief primer on how to identify an infestation. Read on and learn how to protect yourself, and remember to call on us for the best pest control in Phoenix.

Know The Warning Signs Of A Termite Infestation

Detecting a termite problem early is critical to preventing extensive property damage. However, it's not always easy if you aren't familiar with termite behaviors. So here's a quick list of signs to keep an eye out for:

  • Warped or damaged wood around your home, especially the floors and walls
  • Termite pellet droppings, also known as frass, found near nests and feeding sites
  • Mud tube tunnels, which termites construct to travel between points safely
  • Piles of discarded wings, which occur at mating locations

If you spot any evidence of termite damage or have any reason to suspect they're in your home, don't hesitate to call Uni-Tech Pest Control. We'll thoroughly inspect your property inside and out to find harborage sites and uncover the full extent of the damage termites cause. Leave it to us to handle your termite woes safely and efficiently. 

The Extent Of Property Damage Termites Can Create

Termites are tiny, but the havoc they can cause is immeasurable. By feeding on the cellulose in wood, they threaten the stability of many man-made structures. They create tunnels extending through furniture, walls, floors, and support beams which can cause them to break down over time.

Termites are also known to attack some types of insulation. When they do this, it will compromise your home’s ability to regulate moisture and attract more termites. It can worsen an infestation. 

Don't let a termite colony on your Phoenix property ruin your home. Uni-Tech Pest Control trained technicians will identify the signs of termite damage throughout your property. With early detection, it's possible to reverse some of this damage.

Causes And Factors For Termite Infestations

Termites are always on the lookout for food, water, and shelter. But certain factors are more likely to bring them to your doorstep than others. Here are some critical factors to look out for:

  • Rotten wood, whether in a home or a tree outside, will naturally attract termites because it gives easy cellulose access.
  • Parts of a house that directly interact with soil are more likely to be targeted by termites.
  • Moisture is a significant pest magnet, so it's no surprise that termites find leaks throughout your home appealing.

When you hire the Uni-Tech Pest Control team for comprehensive termite control, you'll get more than treatment. During inspection and treatment, we'll help you identify the factors on your property that made you a prime target for infestation. We educate all customers to keep our communities safe and pest-free.

The Key To Total Termite Control For Phoenix Properties

Calling on the leading professional termite protection in Phoenix is the best way to keep your home protected. We tailor treatments to each customer's needs to achieve the best integrated pest management solutions possible. Call today to learn more about our services and our satisfaction guarantee. You have nothing to lose when you work with Uni-Tech Pest Solutions!

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