with Legion Pest Management
Termites Do Not Stand A Chance
We Exterminate Drywood Termites
Dealing with drywood termites in your home can be concerning for any homeowner in Riverside County. Drywood termites can easily feed on the wood structure of your home without being detected. Your home is worth protecting from feeding termites and Legion Pest Management is proud to protect one of your largest investments.
Drywood Termites Thrive In Riverside County
Warm Weather Means Termites Are Swarming
If you find termites swarming inside your home, you may be dealing with hidden termite damage that can be costly to repair. If you are concerned about the threat of termites, you can call Legion Pest Management and schedule a termite inspection of your home.
Think You Have Drywood Termites?
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Our termite specialists are local and ready to help you. Call Legion Pest Management to get your Menifee home inspected for drywood termites today!
Get Your Home Scheduled For A Termite Inspection
Legions In-Depth Termite Inspection:
Our drywood termite specialist will provide a thorough inspection of your Canyon Lake, Murrieta, or Menifee home for drywood termites. Your Drywood Termite Inspection & Report includes:
Signs of Termite Activity
Our termite specialist will inspect and document any signs of termite activity, such as the presence of termite droppings, mud tubes, swamers, and locating drywood termite colonies in your home.
Our inspectors will look for optimal signs on your property and home. Checking areas with high moisture content, imperfections in foundation, and wood-to-earth contact. We will document the areas that need correction so you don't create an environment where drywood termite colonies thrive.
Termite Protection & Prevention
Remember your home is one of your largest investments, meaning you should always maintain a proper termite protection & prevention plan. We help protect homeowners from the threat of drywood termites, this includes our termite protection plan includes regular termite inspections of your home; reducing the risk of future termite infestations.
Possible Termite Damage
If termites have been found in your home, it's possible that your home may have existing damage caused by a feeding termite colony. Your home may be at risk of sagging floors, ceilings, weak or hollowed out studs that frame your home. Other signs include wavy decorated trim, peeling paint or wallpaper.
Home Treatment Options
Once the termite inspection is finalized and based on the termite inspection results, our termite specialists can provide you with all the details on your termite inspection report. Our termite expert can provide you with recommendations on the best termite treatment needed to exterminate and prevent termites in your home.
Signs of Drywood Termites
Here Are 5 Signs Of A Drywood Termite Infestation
Did you know that drywood termites leave traces of their presence in your home?
Signs Of Termite Activity
Drywood Termite Pellets
Drywood termites live in large colonies, they have to excavate all their fecal matter somewhere. Their fecal matter are small oval-shaped pellets. They resemble small grains of rice. Since finding termites is difficult, you can utilize their nasty habit to locate live termites in your home. Drywood termites are known for tossing their fecal matter out from the infested wood. These pellets are usually found in mounds near the infested area.
When drywood termites expand their colonies, they will swarm in large numbers and start the mating process. After mating, they will shed their wings and leave them behind. You can find discarded wings on windowsills, spider webs, and in corners of the home.
Drywood termites are known to eat wood, they know how to harvest efficiently. Termites will primarily feast on the softest wood grain, ensuring they are excavating as much as possible. The wooden grains run the length of the stud or trim in your home. This leaves areas of the wood hollowed out, changing the sound of the wood when tapped or knocked on.
Termite damage to window, door, and floor trim can warp, split, or change shape. This can change how things that surround the damaged areas operate. The paint on your trim will start to show signs of damage, you may see the paint split or even show waviness in the semi-gloss sheen. Windows and doors may become difficult to open and close, this is noticeable in areas where you know they previously functioned well.
It’s common and easy for people to mistake termites for white ants. Termites and ants do resemble each other in body shape, size, and locations where they are found.
People commonly mistake termites with white ants. This misconception is an easy one to make as ants and termites often resemble each other in both shape, size and environment. One good fact to know is, there isn't an ant that is totally white in color.