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Termite Control

Termite Control and Extermination

Termite control starts with identification. Call Thrasher Termite & Pest Control now to schedule a termite inspection to determine if your house has termites, what kind of termites, and the best termite control options. Termite control options include–

  • localized termite treatments
  • low-toxicity termite preventatives
  • whole-house termite fumigation
  • out-building termite tenting

After the termite inspection you will receive a detailed report that clearly explains our findings and our recommendations for correcting any termite problems.

Termite Control Options

We provide the least toxic, minimally invasive termite treatment plans to get the job done. Should termite fumigation or tenting be required, we’ll guide you step-by-step though the process to reduce the impact on your family.

Green Movement

We live here too. Thrasher Termite & Pest Control is a local, family-owned company. As part of our ongoing commitment to the communities in which we live and serve, we offer various alternative treatment methods to solving your termite control problems. We continue to stay on the cutting edge of low-toxicity application techniques in the evolving termite control industry. Ask about our eco-friendly services today!

Termite Damage Repair

The Thrasher Termite & Pest Control team are experts in termite damage repair. We’re licensed and bonded. Just as with our termite control service, we perform the least invasive repair remedy for problem areas in your home. Remember, after your home is treated for termites it is essential to repair damaged areas to prevent re-infestation and to prevent secondary problems.

 More About Termites and Other Wood Destroyers

September 1, 2014

5 Essentials of Townhouse Fumigation

Townhouses and condominiums are excellent candidates for fumigation when drywood termites are found. So then, why are so few townhouses, condos, and other multi-unit structures fumigated? It’s difficult enough for an HOA to get residents to agree […]

August 18, 2014

10 Things Termite Companies Won’t Tell You

Termite inspection reports are packed full of great information; but there are ten things that most termite companies will avoid telling you…
1. We can’t find anything. Give us any home to inspect and we […]

Savvy Buyers Turn Termite Repairs into a Free Remodel

How would you like a bathroom remodel included with the purchase of your house?
Most sellers balk at offering to remodel a house they are trying to get rid of; however the termite report (or […]

April 14, 2014

No One Likes a Soggy House Except for Fungus

How to Find, Identify, and Eliminate Moisture Conditions
Termite inspection reports often list “moisture conditions” as problem items. What exactly are moisture conditions and why are they a problem?

First, why you should care. Moisture in […]

Keep Fungus From Feasting on Your Home

Did you know that two species of fungi rank in the top five of wood destroying organisms (WDO)? Wood destroying fungi basically decompose wood studs, framing, floor joists, sub-floors, mudsills, and attic members, thereby […]

Failed Termite Fumigation or Filtering Frass?

How to Tell Whether a Drywood Termite Fumigation Failed
It’s rare, really, really rare that a drywood termite fumigation fails to kill all the drywood termites currently infesting a structure. So why might someone continue […]

March 31, 2014

Buy “As-Is” but Live “All-Better”

Now that California buyers are again competing for housing, we’re seeing many “as-is” offers. “As-is” means that the buyer is accepting the property with all its defects, including dry rot, termite damage, fungus, beetles, […]

February 19, 2014

Subterranean Termite Damage Looks Like This

Subterranean Termite Damage Revealed
Most termite damage is invisible because termites are only interested in chewing through wood. Subterranean termite damage is no different, but they way they attack your home is very different from […]

How to Identify Drywood Termite Droppings

How to Identify Drywood Termite Pellets
Drywood termite pellets, termite droppings, or termite frass…whatever you call it you don’t want to find it in or around your house. How do you know whether that little […]

California Aeration Plan Protects Homeowners

People driving by a tented house may wonder what the huge tube running up the side of the tent is for. The tube, or duct, is one component of the CAP protocol for flushing […]