Annual Termite Treatment

Our homes are way more vulnerable than we may genuinely realize. Between worrying about mold, damages, and repairs, the lists can begin to add up. More concerns go into owning a house than we can handle by ourselves. Annual termite treatments will help stay on top of problems before they get out of hand.

Termites are wood-destroying insects because they are capable of chewing and digesting wood as a food source. Every termite colony has a very detailed process that holds firm against the test of time. They are the real masters of their craft, but fortunately, so are we!

 

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Annual Termite Control

Knowing the signs of termite activity and how to treat them are practices we have mastered throughout the years. But, unfortunately, every year termites cause on average $5 billion in damages. For places with dense termite traffic like California, this can mean that it’s not if termites attack, but when. Once they find their way in, the damage begins, and they begin to spread and colonize your home. Though it does take quite some time for significant damage to occur, they are reticent and travel underground. Moving with such stealth means that they could easily make themselves comfortable in your own home without you ever knowing.
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Types of Wood Destroying Pests in California

Annual termite treatment will help protect your home against the following types of common termites.

California Termites

Subterranean Termites

The most common type of termite in the United States, Subterranean is most likely the termites to invade your home. Their colonies can easily reach population numbers in the millions, expediting the structural damage process.

Dampwood Termites

Any dampwood termite appearance can mean a sign of severe water damage. As the name suggests, dampwood termites will mostly appear when there is a lot of severe water damage. They usually are more significant than most other termites, but their colony size is typical of a smaller number.

Drywood Termites

Drywood termites do not require much moisture to infest an area; they will get water from the wood. Their colony sizes are smaller than the underground, but they can grow into tens of thousands of people.

Other Wood-Destroying Insects in California

Powderpost Beetles

Slightly less destructive than a termite and a little less known pest is the Powderpost beetle is another wood-destroying pest. They don’t work in colonies like some other pests, but they are known for targeting hardwood such as hardwood floors, crates, and anything made of hardwood specifically. They lay their larvae in cracks of wood, and their larvae will tunnel into the wood.

Carpenter Ants

Unlike termites, Carpenter Ants don’t actually eat wood, but instead, they chew and tunnel through it. Their colonies can reach sizes up to 10-20,000 and even in some cases 50,000! Carpenter Ants are a little bit messier since they don’t consume the wood; typically, they leave around small piles of sawdust. They are much bigger than most other ants, making them easy to spot with the naked eye.

Avoiding Termite Damage Year-Round

It is impossible to completely “termite-proof” your home; however, there is a solution we at A-1 Bonded Termite can provide. We are introducing our Maximum Value Protection Plan (MVP Plan), the safest way to fight the impending termite attack. The MVP plan is your best option for annual termite treatment at the best value in the pest control market!

You can finally relax knowing your home is completely covered when you sign up for the MVP Plan. We have over 20 years of experience in spotting and treating termite activity in the Southern California area.

The protection plan is our way of assuring you that someone will be there when termites strike. The cost for termite treatment ranges in the thousands of dollars price tag, not to mention the possible structural damages. With this annual termite treatment plan, our team will inspect your home, prevent, and treat termite colony growth from occurring. 

MVP Plan Coverage

Through the A-1 Bonded Termite MVP Plan, you are signing up to have your home fully covered year-round for wood-destroying organisms. This plan includes:

  • A full-coverage maintenance plan for the entire structure
  • Perform an annual termite inspection on your whole home, including the attic, garage, sub-areas, interior, exterior, or any appropriate location.
  • Identify and treat any wood-destroying pests found during the inspection
  • Inform you of any potentially vulnerable areas that might attract wood-destroying pests.
  • No extra charges if you call for service in between inspections.
  • Special A-1 Bonded Termite offers exclusively for MVP Plan members
  • MVP Pricing if additional services are required (i.e., pest control, wood repairs, or fumigation), we will give you a guaranteed 10% discount on any future estimates for any services we offer.
  • The best form of annual termite treatment program you can find!

Ready To Start?

Nobody thinks they need annual termite treatment until the termites make an appearance and start infesting the home. Taking steps to be preemptive against wood destroying organisms is the step in the safe and right direction. Costs of hiring a company to fix damages and irradicate a termite colony adds up fast. Through the MVP Plan, you assure yourself that someone will be there for you when you need them.

The best way to get started on the MVP Plan is to contact us today and get your home set up! Our team can answer any questions about the program and get you set up for your initial inspection. Do not wait for the termites to appear to start; get ahead of them, so you never have to worry.

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