All Termite services require an estimate. Our technician will come
out to access what services will be needed.

Subterranean Termites are throughout all of Nevada. AREAS OF HIGH RISK IN
NEVADA for Subterranean Termites include Reno, Sparks, Elko, Henderson,
Las Vegas, Mesquite, and Boulder. It is critical to identify the species in
Nevada for appropriate control.

There are several different treatment options depending on the individual

  • Chemical Soil Treatment (before you build): This treatment is performed around the perimeter and sub-floor of a structure to eradicate termites attempting to gain entry thru the treated areas.
  • Spraying: This treatment is sprayed into colony areas and may take a few treatments to eradicate depending on the severity of the termites.
  • Baiting: This treatment will include bait stations and will require follow up treatments to ensure the termites are being eradicated.
  • Property Modifications: Improving ventilation and removal of Timber in contact with soil.

What you need to know about Subterranean Termites

Before you build have a soil PRE-TREATMENT applied prior to pouring the concrete to protect the property from the harmful damage that subterranean termites can do.

Subterranean Termites can cause millions of dollars of damage throughout all areas they are located. If they are disturbed termites will abandon the areas and move on to cause damage in other areas. If you suspect, you have termites call us today to inspect the property.

Who Should Have Their Home Inspected for Termites?

Anyone with a home, buying or selling. You will want a termite inspection. Getting your home inspected will save you time and money.

Having your home inspected can eradicate the problem quickly and efficiently. A licensed pest inspector can identify and treat termites with a limited number of visits.


  • Make sure water drains away from your home
  • Do not let water build up around the foundation of your home
  • Replace any damp or damaged wood on the outside of your home
  • Never leave wood scraps in your yard
  • Make sure firewood is stored away from your home
  • Seal any cracks or crevices around the outside of your home

What Do Termites Look Like?

  • Length: Termites range in size between 1/8″ and 1″ in length
  • Color: Typically shades of brown, black, or white depending on the species and stage of development
  • Characteristics: Straight waist, oval like, two sets of wings, legs

Identifying Termite Infestation

  • Mud Tubes
    • Termites build mud tubes so they have a source of moisture between their colony and food supply
  • Holes & Cracks in Wood
    • Pinpoint holes in your drywall, flooring, trim – Call a licensed pest control company immediately
  • Buckling of Floorboards
    • Soft or squeaky floors are an indication or water damage or termites. This can lead to unsupported floors and fixtures
  • Termite Droppings (Frass)
    • Frass usually looks like sawdust

Did You Know?

Ants and termites are enemies. Ants are the number one predator and competition for termites. Termite and ant colonies that are near each other will go to war over territory and access to food.

Termites never sleep. They build their colonies 24 hours a day, every day.

Termites are hygienic. Termite colonies will spend the majority of their day grooming one another in order to prevent disease.

Termites use vibrations to communicate with one another. When soldier termites sense a threat, they tap or bang their heads against the colony’s tunnel walls. This vibration sends a warning to the rest of the colony.

Termites eat wood, wallpaper, plastics, and fabric made from plants.

Subterranean termites need contact with soil to survive. They live underground in colonies or in wet areas aboveground. They build tunnels to reach food.

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