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Protect Yourself From Termites

Take preventative steps with the Any Pest termite control and treatment plans

Termites

Control & Prevention Services

Want to learn more about termites and termite treatment? Keep reading!

Here at Any Pest, Inc., we combine the highest quality work with the best customer service available in the industry. We have been protecting residential homes and commercial properties with our termite control plans since 1989.

Is Your Home Protected From The Attack Of Termites?

Termites are wood-eating insects with insatiable appetites that can cause a lot of costly damage in a very short amount of time. Often, these destructive creatures find a choice meal in the form of your beloved home or business. Any Pest, Inc. offers Sentricon® Termite Baiting Systems as well as Liquid Barrier Treatments to detect and eliminate termite populations in and around your home or business.

Any Pest, Inc. solves your termite problem by installing a technologically-advanced bait system that will systematically eliminate each and every termite. These insects can pose a serious threat to the structure of your home so it is imperative that you make sure to take action before the problem gets out of hand.

Affordable Plans For

Termite Control

A state-certified pest control professional from the Any Pest team will start by visiting your home or business and perform a thorough interior and exterior inspection to identify pest problems and potential areas of concern. All you then need to do is review our recommendations and we will create a service plan that best fits your needs.

Did You Know?

Termites cause more than $5 billion in damages to over 600,000 homes annually in the United States. That’s more than fire, earthquakes, and storms combined!

Unfortunately, most homeowner insurance policies won’t cover termite damage. The best way to have true peace of mind is with Any Termite’s Termite Protection Plan.

Termite Infestation Signs To Look For In Your Home

Mud Tubes

Subterranean termites connect their colonies in the soil to their above-ground food sources via mud tubes. While mud tubes function to protect termites, these structures serve different purposes for the colony.

Damaged Wood

Wood damage can be found around surfaces like walls, floors and more. Termites chew through wood, weakening it and creating structural damage. Hollowed wood usually has a honeycomb interior and an empty sound.

Termite Swarm Presence

Discarded termite wings can be found near windows, doors and other home-access points. This is caused when termites swarm out of their nest to start a new colony. When they land, termites intentionally twist their wings off.

Termite Droppings

Since drywood termites eat wood, their excrement is wood, which essentially creates mounds of pellets. These mounds of pellets, resembling sawdust or coffee grounds, may indicate the presence of drywood termites.

Head Banging

Another sign of termites is quiet clicking sounds coming from the walls. Soldier termites bang their heads against the wood or shake their bodies when the colony is disturbed to signal danger to the other termites.

Termite Control | Any Pest

Our Termite Control Protection Plan Is Lifetime Renewable And Includes:

  • Repair costs if an active infestation is found under the Repair Damage Guarantee
  • Warranties are 100% transferable & No Owner Transfer Fees
  • One of the BEST Termite Guarantees in the business
  • No Deductible or Booster treatment condition on agreement
  • We offer the most advanced technologies currently available
  • Our protection plans are available for residential and commercial properties

Our termite protection plan will give you the peace of mind that you deserve. We have been protecting residential homes and commercial properties from unwanted termites since 1989! When it comes to protecting your property from destructive pests, don’t take any chances.

Termites vs. Flying Ants

Owning a true secretive nature, spotting termites or a termite infestation can be difficult to detect. Additionally, you will likely notice termite damage before spotting the termites yourself. Homeowners are often fooled because termites look so similar to ants.

Termite

Hover over the spots indicated with a  to learn more about spotting the differences between termites and flying ants.

Flying Ant

Termite Prevention At An Affordable Rate

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