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Termite Treatment & Prevention in St. Louis

Safe, Effective, and Thorough Termite Solutions for St. Louis County Homes

Termites are known for their ability to chew through wood, flooring, and even wallpaper, causing considerable damage to your property over time. In fact, the EPA estimates that these tiny creatures are responsible for billions of dollars in property damage each year in the U.S. alone. 

Fortunately, the licensed and insured exterminators at Paske Pest Control & Wildlife Solutions offer comprehensive termite solutions that can help protect your St. Louis County home from these destructive pests. Our termite treatment services are designed to not only eliminate existing termite colonies but also prevent future infestations, helping your property remain termite-free long after we’re gone. 

Are Termites Eating Away at Your Home?

Termite infestations can be hard to detect, especially when these pests burrow deep into your home's structure, causing damage from the inside out. However, there are certain signs you can look out for that may indicate their presence.

Signs of a termite infestation include: 

  • Mud tubes: Termites construct these pencil-thin tunnels as a safe pathway from their colony to your home. You may find them along your foundation, walls, or other structural elements. 
  • Wood damage: This is often hidden behind walls, but if you tap on a piece of wood and it sounds hollow, it could be a sign of termites boring from the inside out.
  • Termite swarms: Mature colonies produce swarmers - winged termites that leave to start new colonies. If you spot these in or around your home, it could indicate a termite problem.
  • Discarded wings: Swarmers shed their wings once they've found a place to start a new colony. Finding these wings around your home could be a sign of an active infestation.
  • Frass (termite droppings): Termites leave behind small, pellet-like droppings known as frass. If you notice a small mound of what looks like sawdust, it's likely termite droppings.

If you notice any of these signs, acting quickly and calling a professional pest control service like Paske Pest Control & Wildlife Solutions is important. We can help protect your home from further damage with effective, safe, and thorough termite treatments.

If you suspect that termites are chewing away at your furniture and foundations, call Paske Pest Control & Wildlife Solutions at (314) 970-5378 to request same-day assistance anywhere in St. Louis County or the surrounding areas!

Termite Treatment & Prevention in St. Louis

Safe, Effective, and Thorough Termite Solutions for St. Louis County Homes

Termites are known for their ability to chew through wood, flooring, and even wallpaper, causing considerable damage to your property over time. In fact, the EPA estimates that these tiny creatures are responsible for billions of dollars in property damage each year in the U.S. alone. 

Fortunately, the licensed and insured exterminators at Paske Pest Control & Wildlife Solutions offer comprehensive termite solutions that can help protect your St. Louis County home from these destructive pests. Our termite treatment services are designed to not only eliminate existing termite colonies but also prevent future infestations, helping your property remain termite-free long after we’re gone. 

Are Termites Eating Away at Your Home?

Termite infestations can be hard to detect, especially when these pests burrow deep into your home's structure, causing damage from the inside out. However, there are certain signs you can look out for that may indicate their presence.

Signs of a termite infestation include: 

  • Mud tubes: Termites construct these pencil-thin tunnels as a safe pathway from their colony to your home. You may find them along your foundation, walls, or other structural elements. 
  • Wood damage: This is often hidden behind walls, but if you tap on a piece of wood and it sounds hollow, it could be a sign of termites boring from the inside out.
  • Termite swarms: Mature colonies produce swarmers - winged termites that leave to start new colonies. If you spot these in or around your home, it could indicate a termite problem.
  • Discarded wings: Swarmers shed their wings once they've found a place to start a new colony. Finding these wings around your home could be a sign of an active infestation.
  • Frass (termite droppings): Termites leave behind small, pellet-like droppings known as frass. If you notice a small mound of what looks like sawdust, it's likely termite droppings.

If you notice any of these signs, acting quickly and calling a professional pest control service like Paske Pest Control & Wildlife Solutions is important. We can help protect your home from further damage with effective, safe, and thorough termite treatments.

If you suspect that termites are chewing away at your furniture and foundations, call Paske Pest Control & Wildlife Solutions at (314) 970-5378 to request same-day assistance anywhere in St. Louis County or the surrounding areas!

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