Jimmy Jones - Owner/President
TERMITES ARE SILENT DESTROYERS and work steadily, quietly and invisibly… around
the clock. Termite damage can go undetected for
years, and it’s likely you won’t see evidence of their presence
until the damage has been done. It can lead to cracked wood
and plaster, sagging floors, and loose wood trim, siding, and
wallboards… and more.
Termites thrive in moist conditions where there is plenty
of wood. They can’t tell the difference between the wood in
your house and a tree, so if they come across your home’s
foundation while seeking food (wood), they will follow any
cracks or crevices into your home. All they need is an opening
greater than 1/64" and they can build a tunnel. A colony of
termites can destroy the wood in your home, hollowing out
wooden beams, gutting walls and ruining floors.
Common signs of termite infestation
Discarded, papery wings near doors or windows
Narrow mud tunnels along the foundation
Blisters or cracks in paint or walls
Piles of seed-like pellets along walls or windows
Tiny holes in walls or other wood surfaces
Be a smart homeowner. Protect
your largest single investment by
minimizing your termite risk!
A typical homeowner’s insurance policy doesn’t cover the threat of
termites, so it’s especially important to protect your home!
Schedule an annual termite inspection.
Clean clogged gutters and downspouts.
Repair roof or plumbing leaks.
Termites cause an estimated $1 billion in property damage each year
nationwide. They do more damage
than all fires, hurricanes, and
Don’t let YOUR HOME become
a statistic... contact us today!
In addition to termites, no home is safe from household pests.
Roaches, ants, spiders, silverfish, rodents, flies, and other pests
are unsanitary and can carry harmful bacteria and infectious
diseases, cause allergies, contaminate food, bite and sting,
and damage your home and furnishings. Unwanted pests can
easily enter your home — through small cracks and crevices,
vents and pipes, open windows and doors, and on grocery
bags, firewood, pets, and even cut flowers.
If you have
pest, termite, or
problems, or want to
prevent them BEFORE
you have them, contact us today!