Termites are destructive. They work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and never sleep. It’s no wonder how they can do so much damage. The worst part is, termites can often go undetected until the damage is extensive. Just because you can’t see them, doesn’t mean they aren’t there. Termites are responsible for over $5 billion dollars in property damage each year, a cost that is not covered by Homeowner’s insurance. That’s why it is important to know the signs of a termite infestation.
9 Signs of a Termite Infestation:
- Finding pest wings; often on windowsills or gathered near baseboards
- Damage to floors, walls, & furniture. Sometimes this will look like maze patterns
- Small holes in your drywall resembling pinholes
- Finding mud tubes on your home’s foundation, plumbing, exterior, etc.
- Bubbling under paint, peeling or discolored wallpaper
- Swarms of termites inside your home or close to the exterior of your home
- Overly squeaky floorboards or floors beginning to buckle
- Windows or doors have become stuck or difficult to open
- Encountering termite damage when remodeling
Although these signs might help you to spot an infestation, the best way to prevent damage from termites is to have an active protection plan in place. Just because the swarmers are done swarming, doesn’t mean the termites are gone. Get peace of mind that your investment is protected from these hungry pests. At Rocket we are proud to offer comprehensive Termite inspections. One of our licensed pest management professionals will inspect your home, identify any active termites, and put together a treatment plan that best fits your needs.
Why Choose Rocket for Termite Protection?
- Knowledgeable team members with decades of experience
- Cutting edge technology with the most effective products available
- Outstanding customer service and fast response times
- Peace of mind knowing your home is protected by the best in the industry
- Competitive pricing
- Associate Certified Entomologists on staff
- Licensed and Insured
Call today for a FREE quote to protect your home from destructive termites.