Termites

oranges

Oranges not an alternative to whole house fumigation!

Oranges not an alternative to whole house fumigation! Some companies have been misleading consumers about the safety and effectiveness of treatments using orange oil (d-Limonene) products. Before you spend thousands of dollars you need to get the facts. (1) Orange oil is a spot treatment. Only detected, accessible colonies can be treated by drilling small …

Oranges not an alternative to whole house fumigation! Read More »

house

Spring Is Here: Is It Time For A Termite Inspection?

It’s spring again and time for that annual housecleaning. Your garage might need a good clean-out and maybe your front lawn could use some work. There might, however, be one other important step that you’re missing this spring: a termite inspection. Termites are wood-eating insects that perform an important ecological role by breaking down dead …

Spring Is Here: Is It Time For A Termite Inspection? Read More »

house

Spring Is Here: Is It Time For A Termite Inspection?

It’s spring again and time for that annual housecleaning. Your garage might need a good clean-out and maybe your front lawn could use some work. There might, however, be one other important step that you’re missing this spring: a termite inspection. Termites are wood-eating insects that perform an important ecological role by breaking down dead …

Spring Is Here: Is It Time For A Termite Inspection? Read More »

fumigation of house

Fumigation: Enjoy a Get-Away While We Take the Drywoods Awa

Drywood Termites. They are a little different than their usual cousins–the subterranean termites. Drywoods don’t live down in the soil and munch primarily on wet wood. No, Drywoods find nice dry wood–like that found in your lovely home–to be quite delectable, thank you, no added moisture necessary. Although they normally live outside in dead trees, …

Fumigation: Enjoy a Get-Away While We Take the Drywoods Awa Read More »