It’s your home: only the very best protection from termite damage will do.
When you need termite control in Naples, you want prompt, effective, and affordable service. Recognizing that need, that’s exactly what we provide at Turner Pest Control. We’re not like other pest control companies that apply termite treatments to the easy-to-spot critters and then call it a day. Instead, we take a comprehensive approach, applying our treatments in cracks, crevices, gaps, and everywhere else where termites can lurk.
When you choose us for your termite control in Naples, you’ll benefit from:
After termites invade your home, they can damage it in sneaky ways. You may not see what they’re secretly doing—gnawing on your home’s structure 24/7—until they’ve caused serious damage.
Eventually, the problems they’re causing will reach a tipping point, and you may notice the havoc they’re wreaking in your home. Alternatively, you may see shed wings or the mud tubes they’ve created. (Pro tip: If you seal up mud tubes but they come back, you very likely have a termite infestation.) You may also see termite swarms, but even if you don’t, you could have a sizable infestation.
Florida is home to multiple types of termites. They gravitate to the area because of our wet wood, with two termite species being especially problematic: Formosan termites and Eastern subterranean termites. Here’s more about them:
Termite infestations can vary depending on the species and quantity. Termites live in colonies that can grow to immense size because their queens can spend a fifty-year lifetime laying eggs to expand their numbers.
When you need termite control in Naples, choosing Turner Pest Control will benefit you in numerous ways. With our termite treatments, you can count on our team to:
Here’s what we do at Turner Pest Control—stop termite infestations. In an ideal world, this will take place before they become entrenched in your house.
So, we offer a two-pronged approach. If you already have termites, we’ve got world-class solutions to exterminate them. If they haven’t yet gotten inside, our Naples pest control experts have the preventative techniques to keep them out. This involves treating places indoors like bath traps, pipe penetrations, and more—and we’ll also use highly effective soil treatments around your home.
Does your home have a crack in the foundation that’s as small as 1/32 of an inch? If so, crafty termites can slither into these crevices to set up shop in your home. That’s why, at Turner Pest Control, we treat the tiniest gaps that can serve as entry points for termites, along with other vulnerable spots like wood forms left behind by builders who poured concrete for the foundation, plumbing entry points, bath traps, and so forth.
Plus, you may have room additions or above-slab patios with higher-than-normal soil levels. If so, then termites can take advantage of these on-ramps to your house. This is why our termite exterminators apply highly effective soil treatments that work ten times faster than bait systems.
With Turner’s complete termite treatment solutions, we will take care of current colonies and stop new ones from taking hold. And, because termite damage can cause thousands of dollars of termite damage in a single home, our termite treatments can save you money.
We treat under patios, inside pipes, inside blocks, and anywhere else termites hide
We offer multiple termite treatment options: economic Premise treatment, high-tech Termidor, and environmentally friendly Altriset
Protect your home with one of our termite warranties to bridge the homeowner’s insurance gap
Our green termite treatments are so safe that no warning labels or first-aid instructions are needed
Unfortunately, yes, because they’re attracted to the wet wood that is found in our humid state. Termites can cost a single homeowner thousands of dollars with many home insurance policies not providing coverage for the damage. So, if you suspect a termite presence in your house, reach out to us today.
Reduce the moisture that attracts termites by ensuring your home’s gutters divert water away from the foundation, and make adjustments to lower the humidity in your crawl space and attic. Fix any leaks in faucets, pipes, outdoor AC units, and so forth. Eliminate roots and tree trunks by the foundation and throw away wooden stakes and old form boards. If you still suspect a problem then contact us to request a free inspection.
Not definitively, no. To find out if home damage has occurred, you’ll need a professional inspection—and Turner offers free, no-obligation ones. Then, we can effectively tackle the problem with modern products and technology delivered by our well-trained professionals. Contact us!
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