Termite Pest Control Company in Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa AZ

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Termite pest control in Mesa, Arizona is a very important service to have. Termite damage can be extensive and costly, so it’s important to take steps to prevent them from damaging your home or business. We will discuss what termites do, why you need termite pest control, and how we kill termites.

What are termites and what do they do?

Termites are small, hard-bodied insects that are related to ants. They live in colonies and eat wood. Termites can live in your soil, trees, and deep underground. They can damage homes, businesses, and other structures by eating the wood they inhabit. Termites, if neglected, can cause a lot of damage, so it’s important to have termite pest control in place.

Why do you need termite pest control?

Termites can cause a lot of damage, especially structurally, if left untreated. They can eat through wood, flooring, and even walls. Termites can also contaminate food and water sources with their droppings. If you have termites, it’s important to get them treated as soon as possible.

How does a professional termite control company kill termites?

Termites are killed with a combination of methods, including Termidor, bait stations, and liquid treatments. Termidor is a chemical that is sprayed on the soil around your home or business. The termites eat the Termidor and then return to the colony, where they die. Bait stations contain a slow-acting poison that is eaten by the termites. The poison then kills the termites slowly over time. Liquid treatments are applied to the wood that the termites are eating. The liquid treatment will either kill or stun the termites, which will then die when they return to the colony.


All of these methods are very effective at killing termites and should be used in conjunction with each other for the best results. If you’re concerned about termites or think you might have termites, please contact us today for a free termite inspection, or give us a call @ 480-660-3093.