30 Years of FLORIDA TERMITE SPECIALIST Experience
Coastal Pest Control of the Treasure Coast, Inc. has performed over 10,000 termite inspections on the Treasure Coast and Palm Beaches. Our relationship with the real estate industry is built upon customer service and professional results.
Coastal Pest Control of the Treasure Coast, Inc. can inspects, treats and prevent:
• Dry Wood Termites
• Subterranean Termites
• Powder Post Beetles
• Formosan Termites
• Damp Wood Termites
U.S residents spend an estimated $5 billion annually to repair termite damage and control termites in the U.S. Termites damage approximately 600,000 homes each year in the US.
Ask about our preventative subterranean termite treatments that can be performed before you have a problem with termites, and guarantee that you never do.
We can protect one of the biggest investments that you purchase in your life from being eaten by termites!
Coastal Pest Control of the Treasure Coast, Inc. is a leader in the industry. Our highly trained technicians will locate, inspect and identify which variety of termite is causing the problem and where they are entering your home. We know exactly where to look and what to look for to ensure your home is protected.
Dry Wood Termites:
Dry wood termites nest completely within the wood. They carve out galleries in wood beams and use tunnels to move from place to place. Dry wood termites swarm annually to start new colonies. Attic and eave areas are prime targets for swarmer’s in search of a nesting location, as are windowsills, baseboards, beams and door frames. A swarmer can enter a structure by penetrating the smallest crack or imperfection in the wood. Dry woods can also be introduced into the environment in infested furniture or construction materials.
Don’t tent your home without getting a free evaluation!
Coastal Pest Control of the Treasure Coast, Inc. can treat and guarantee dry wood termite treatments with our No Tent Drywood Termite Treatment.
Coastal Pest Control of the Treasure Coast, Inc. offers non-fumigation solutions for home owners who thought they had to tent their home to be termite free.
The benefits of our No Tent Drywood Termite Treatment compared to traditional fumigation would be that there are:
NO need for you and your pets to move out of your home.
NO risk of roof damage during tent placement and removal.
NO need to remove your un-canned foods.
NO need to trim shrubs or trees for tent placement.
NO need to remove your plants and flowers.
NO need to disconnect satellites or antennas.
The convenience of not having to move out of your home combined with the new technology and chemistry of the treatment process makes this a great alternative to tenting.
Coastal Pest Control of the Treasure Coast Inc.’s trained termite professionals will inspect and perform a direct injection into the termite galleries with an advanced non-repellent product.
When the dry wood termites come in contact with the treated area it will distribute it to the rest of colony via the transfer effect. Once spread throughout the colony, the liquid solution eventually reaches the colony’s queen termite, eradicating it. All of the exposed wood is then treated with a preventative termite product that is absorbed into the wood. When performed this preventative treatment includes a renewable, dry wood termite protection guarantee. In some instances, a dry wood termite infestation can be so severe that tent fumigation is the only option for a home owner. This would include when a dry wood termite infestation becomes widespread, particularly in inaccessible areas. Once dry wood termites settle into a home, termites can live in areas we can’t access like walls, ceilings, beams, and underneath floorboards. Fumigants do not provide protection from future infestation; they only treat for existing termites.
Subterranean termites cause more damage to homes in U.S. than storms and fire combined!
Colonies can contain up to 1,000,000 members. Subterranean termites are the most common termite in Florida, Subterranean termites nest in the ground. They are most likely to attack from beneath the structure, gaining access through small cracks or where pipes pass through slab. They will also create mud tubes and travel up the edge of the foundation of a structure. A termite mud tube or tunnel that travels from the soil and up into your home is another sign of subterranean termite infestation. As a rule, subterranean termites travel above ground for food (cellulose) and underground for moisture.
Subterranean Termite Treatments:
Protect your biggest investment — your home!
Our state certified termite technicians can both detect existing infestations and provide solutions to prevent future termites from entering your home. First, we will perform a comprehensive inspection of your entire home and then we will provide and explain a treatment plan designed for your home, because we understand that every home is unique, and not all customers’ needs are the same.
If termites happen to return following your treatment while under our warranty period, we will re-treat the problem at no additional charge.
Coastal Pest Control of the Treasure Coast Inc.’s subterranean termite treatments are made with products that is safe for indoor and outdoor application and can be used around the foundation of your home to provide a protective barrier.
Slab Injection can also be utilized to treat under the slab where cracks have allowed subterranean termites to enter a structure.
Coastal Pest Control of the Treasure Coast Inc.’s treatment guards against future infestations. In order to deliver the exact amount necessary, we employ application flowmeters after each treatment that record the amount of termiticide used in the area and the cumulative suggested total.
Foam Treatments for Voids
Coastal Pest Control of the Treasure Coast, Inc. uses foam injection to treat voids in interior and exterior walls, around water pipes, and under slabs. Foam termite treatments expand to reach areas that are not accessible for inspection or treatment.
Ask about our
Complete Subterranean and Drywood Termite Protection Plan
Controls and prevents against both drywood termites and subterranean termites.
Formosan Termite, a species of subterranean termite, is one of the most aggressive and destructive termites in the world. Often referred to as the “Super Termite,” Formosans cause extensive structural damage to your home by eating through wood at rapid rates. A Formosan colony can contain as many as eight million members and span 3,000 feet. These termites generally live underground, tunneling through the soil in search of food. To avoid exposure to light, Formosans may create mud tunnels above the surface.
Damp Wood Termites:
Damp wood Termites infest wood with high moisture content, wood in contact with the ground or with a high moisture content is vulnerable to attack. Logs, stumps, dead trees, leaky pipes, or gutters can provide favorable conditions for infestation.