We have great, warm weather here in Florida, but here’s the bad news—it creates a hospitable environment for termites to thrive in your home. It is estimated that termites cause about $5 billion in damage a year. Don’t become another statistic - partner with Adam’s Pest Control to protect against termites before they strike. It's time to act now!
If you're worried about a future infestation, it's important to act quickly. These wood-destroying insects can cause thousands of dollars in damage in the blink of an eye. With our powerful termite prevention in South Florida, you can prevent termites from infesting your house, helping you avoid expensive potential repairs. Here's what you can expect from our termite prevention in South Florida:
Finding termites in your home can be a challenge. In the pest control industry, we don’t call them, “Silent destroyers,” for nothing. But, all hope isn’t lost. Termites may be sneaky little monsters but there are a few easily recognizable signs of activity in your home. With a little practice, you’ll be able to recognize them in no time, making it easier to get help quickly.
Signs of termites include:
If you notice any of these signs in your home, you very well have a termite infestation, and the sooner you can let us know, the better!
All termite species prefer warm, humid climates to thrive, making South Florida an ideal environment. Conveniently for them, some of Florida’s most common termites prefer damp wood, making a humid environment like ours a perfect location. Knowing this, quality termite prevention in Florida is essential if you want to maintain a home for years to come.
Florida is home to several types of termites, the most common of which are:
Eastern Subterranean Termites: These common termites are found across the country and owe their destructive capabilities to their massive numbers. Subterranean termite colonies can be home to millions of individuals and even worse, can produce secondary offshoot colonies.
Formosan Termites: Possibly the most destructive of the common termite varieties, Formosan termites can destroy a home in a matter of months. This subspecies of the Eastern Subterranean Termite can thrive anywhere with adequate moisture.
Dampwood Termites: These appropriately-named pests prefer damp wood, of which there is no short supply in South Florida. They can frequently be found around leaks or any areas of excessive moisture in your home and are more attracted to light than other varieties.
Drywood Termites: Drywood termites prefer the sorts of low moisture woods that are commonly found in the home. Unlike other termite species though, drywood termite colonies grow slowly, often taking years to develop to the point where you can notice them.
Here at Adam’s Pest Control, our team of exterminators is comprised of hardworking individuals who have a passion for pest control and helping families every day. When your home is being treated to prevent termites, you will have a friendly exterminator by your side the whole time to make the process as hassle-free as possible. Have a question or concern about our prevention? Your technician will be right there to answer your question to the best of their ability. Our job is to prevent termites from entering your home, but our end goal is for you to be completely satisfied with our services. That's why we are proud to offer a satisfaction guarantee with our termite prevention!
Here at Adam's Pest Control, we take termite prevention seriously. We always go above and beyond to ensure the satisfaction of our customers. From our proven pest prevention methods to always going the extra mile for our customers, you will not regret choosing us for your termite prevention in South Florida. Our prevention is thorough, effective, and always keep termites out—period!
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