Termite Control in Dallas
Termites can damage your property’s foundation, walls, furniture, floors, ceilings, and more. In fact, termite extermination and the following home repairs cost more than every natural disaster combined in the United States. If you suspect that there may be termites in your home, call Stampede Pest Control today. We offer absolutely free termite inspections in the greater Dallas area and recommend that all property owners schedule termite inspections at least once per year.
Signs of Termites
The most common sign of a termite infestation is visible mud tubes leading from the ground to any part of your home. These tubes are roughly the diameter of a pen or pencil and are used by termites to get from their nest to food sources and back. For the fastest termite infestation treatment, ask about our liquid termite control services.
Termite Warranty with Isopthor Bait Stations
Our Termite Warranty program is set to help prevent termite damage to your home or business. After a thorough inspection of your property by a licensed termite specialist, if your home or business is found to be termite free, Stampede will install premium level bait stations, Isopthor Bait Stations, around your property. Once Isopthor Bait Stations are installed, our licensed termite technician will come to your property annually to inspect for termite activity in the bait stations to assure that your property is termite free. If subterranean termites are found, we will put bait inside the stations and perform a liquid termite treatment to prevent any infestation before termites bring damage to your home or business.
Stampede also offers the best guarantee if termites manage to bring any damage to your property. We will cover up to $25,000 in repairs caused by subterranean termites to your home or business. This protection is set to help bring you peace of mind with your property. Termites can do a lot of damage and they are nothing to mess around with. Call today to get a free quote on protecting your home!
Appearance: Roughly 1/4 inch long with six legs and straight antennae. They shed their wings seasonally, and are often confused with flying ants.
Habitat and Behavior: For protection, termites don’t typically appear in the open. When they do, it’s often a swarm. Swarmers take flight together when it is time to expand their colony.
Diet: Termites are natural recycling centers amd eat dead plants, dead wood, feces and more. Unfortunately, their diet and the breakdown of cellulous is a major contributor to the greenhouse gas methane.
Control: A combination of preventative termite bait stations and professionally administered liquid termiticides are recommended for the treatment of termites.