Termite Control

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Termite Control 2018-08-20T21:34:00+00:00

: Why do you need it?

Everyone has heard nightmares about how destructive termites can be. For years companies have used scare tactics to scare you into buying service. We’re not about that and believe in always treating others the way we would like to be treated. When you receive a Termite Inspection, you are you receiving a full visual inspection on the places you know about and the places you don’t. We know where termites like to hide. During a Termite Inspection, our trained Termite Exterminator will also educate you on the truth about termites. For instance, did you know the termites we have here in Texas are actually the mildest species of termite across the US. Regardless of your situation we know we can find a Termite Treatment that will take care of your issue.

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“You need termite control” is not something a business or home owner wants to hear that they have in their home or property. We know this because we see and hear our customers reaction almost every day. Even though, termites are responsible for an average of 5 billion dollars annually in damage and that is more than the cost of all natural disasters in the United States combined. The good news is if you live in the Dallas/Fort Worth and surrounding areas, 99.9% of the time the termites are Eastern Subterranean termites and they are responsible for 10% of that 5 billion. This means that of all 3 types of termites found in the united states the ones found here are the least damaging.

Many termite control companies will treat your home’s or business’ termite infestation like the property is on fire but you shouldn’t believe it. Something must be done about your termite issue, but please don’t ever hire a company that uses fear as a selling tactic. Only hire companies that you honestly feel you can trust and feel good about them respecting you and your property.

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What makes a good ?

A good termite exterminator is one who is honest. One who takes the time to address all of your concerns and educate you on the truth about termites. It is the job of the Termite Exterminator to remove your fear and replace it with peace of mind. Your home and your family are the most important things to you. With Savior, you are in good hands. Our licensed Termite Exterminators will inspect, diagnose, and recommend treatment options. We will walk you through every step of the process

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Termite Inspection
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Termite Inspection

Termite Inspection
Termite Control
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Termite Service

When it comes to a Termite Treatment, not just any old product will do. A Termite Treatment is a very special treatment as it uses prescription-strength products designed specifically to target termites. The products as well as the way the Termite Treatment is performed are quite different from any other service we do. Because termites live in the ground, the product must be injected directly into the ground to ensure contact with the termites. A Termite Treatment can be preformed both as a corrective treatment and a preventive treatment. Savior Termite and Pest Control has several Termite Treatment options depending on your needs.

What is Termite Service? How is it different than Termite Treatment? Put simply, Termite Service is about your overall experience. From your first phone call, to the Termite Inspection, to the Termite treatment, all of these parts together make up the full Termite Service. The most important thing in the Termite Service: You. Our customers are the reason for doing what we do, and without you we wouldn’t be here. We strongly believe in treating others the way we want to be treated. We want to provide you with an excellent Termite Service experience: Every phone call, every treatment, every time. That’s the Savior way.

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Learn More About Termite Control Treatment Options

  • Termite Pre-Treatments:
    • Termite Pre-treatments are done on new home or commercial construction and the sooner that you plan them out, the cheaper the treatments will be. Click Here to find out more about termite pre-treatments and what Savior can do for you.
  • Traditional Termite Treatments:
    • Traditional Termite Treatments are done after the home or commercial property have completed construction. The most popular treatment involves treating the inter perimeter as well as the treatment of the internal plumbing. Click Here to find out more.
  • “TMS” Termite Management System:
    • “TMS” are usually installed as an alternative to Traditional Termite Treatments and are also done after the home or commercial property have completed construction. “TMS” are regularly checked, re-baited and stations maintained as part of ongoing service. Click Here to find out more.
  • Flying Ants Vs Termites:
    • Ants and Termites are closely related, however their treatments are completely different. Termite treatments are much more labor and product intensive than ant treatments. Click Here to find out how to tell the difference between the 2.
  • Identifying Termites and Termite Damage:
    • There are many things that will give away that you have a termite infestation: mud tubes, dirt corals, dirt found in wood, and of course termite swarms. If you are pretty sure that you have termites, here is some great information and pictures to confirm it. Click Here to find out more.
  • “WDI” Wood Destroying Insect Report:
    • Wood Destroying Insect Reports are sometimes required when a lender or a city requires one of a new home or business purchase. This report examines the entire home for wood destroying insects as well as conducive conditions of termites. Click Here to learn more.