Worm-like tunnels that are visible on the side of your foundation or walls are always an early warning sign of a termite problem. Mud tubes above ground are indicators of vertical tunnels termites made by subterranean termites. These particular termites can tunnel through cracks in concrete, so slab homes are not unsusceptible to these termites. Unlike dry wood termites, subterranean termites need contact with soil in order to live. If you spot any of these indicators, don't hesitate to contact GUARDIAN.
You may not be able to prevent your home from being attacked by termites without some sort of treatment, but there are things as a homeowner you can do to strain their onslaught.
A GUARDIAN technician will inspect your property thoroughly and then comprise a specific treatment plan derived from the results of the inspection. A written proposal will be given to the customer outlining the inspection results and treatment options. Our technicians are glad to answer any questions the customer may have . Treatment of subterranean termites is commonly done by using a liquid chemical barrier. A more technologically advanced method of treatment would involve baiting. No matter the method used, GUARDIAN guarantees the work on all pest control services. If the problem returns, so will GUARDIAN.
Guardian offers several options to protect your home against further termite damage in Marion, Myrtle Beach and Conway, SC. Our termite specialist will suggest a treatment option that fits your budget.