The Best Gwinnett County Termite Control
Termites cause hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage each year. Not on our watch.
Termites Don’t Stand a Chance Against Proactive Pest Controls Expert Termite Exterminators
Here at Proactive Pest we understand how to provide the termite control Gwinnett County homeowners need to keep their home and family safe.
Termites are horrible here in the south and real havoc on whole neighborhoods. In an acre of southern land, there could be sixty or seventy colonies of termites. Just one colony contains over a million termites.
Here in Gwinnett County, termite infestation is practically inevitable unless you are properly prepared.
How Proactive Handles Termite Prevention in Gwinnett County
Every home is different and has different termite risk factors to evaluate. We come in and approach every termite issue or prevention plan with the individual care it deserves.
Our trained termite prevention and removal experts will do a thorough inspection of your property. They know just where to look and are able to pinpoint the risk factors around your home that leave you vulnerable to termite infestation.
During the inspection, we will note any problem areas around the property. Things like water damage, overgrown landscaping, an abundance of trees or unhealthy trees, and other sources of exposed wood can all be contributors to the current or future termite infestation on your property.
By pinpointing the problem areas, we can help develop a strategy to keep your home protected from these destructive and invasive pests.
The Importance of Regular Preventive Inspections in The Fight for Termite Extermination in Gwinnett County
Regular inspections by a pest control company, like Proactive Pest, that specializes in termite control in the Gwinnett County area, are imperative to your home’s long term protection against termites.
Setting up routine inspections for termites allows us to catch the problem at the first signs of a change rather than after it’s already gotten out of control. Termite removal is much easier at the beginning of a problem so it’s best to catch it early.
Our Combination of Liquid and Bait Treatments is a Winner in This War Against Termites in Gwinnett County
Proactive experts use a combination approach to termite control. We use baits to catch the termites you have and liquids to kill the rest of the colony.
We protect your home by trenching and treating around your property and home with liquid termiticide. We drill into concrete if needed to make sure we get an adequate amount of coverage with the liquid treatment.
Then we place bait stations around the immediate perimeter of your home to have a second line of defense. The combination of these two is a winning one and will irradicate the colony. To understand how this system works, you need to know a little bit about how termites work.
How Do Termite Colonies Multiply?
Termite colonies are made up of a cast system. The most prolific and biggest cast is made up of worker termites.
These workers go throughout the environment searching for food to bring back to the queen so she can continue to reproduce and make new baby termites.
Workers are super smart. They can evade traps and baits but, the liquid treatment is not something they can sense. So, the ones that aren’t picked up by the baits take the liquid back to the queen and infect the entire colony.
The treatment takes advantage of the fact that termites are an incredibly social species to wipe them out and protect your home.
Using both types of treatments destroys the colony from the inside out.
Did you know?
- Termites do more damage to buildings in the U.S. than fires, storms, and floods combined. Over $2 billion a year!
- Termites eat non-stop 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
- Termites have lived on earth for approximately 250 million years.
- A queen can lay eggs at a rate of about 30,000 eggs per day for some species.
- The total weight of all termites in the world outweighs all the humans in the world.
- Termites eat wood, wallpaper, plastics, and fabric made from plants.
- Subterranean termites nest in soil. Most people don't even know that they have termites nearby.
- Swarmer termites are often mistaken for ants.