Commercial Termite Control in Savannah
When pests invade your business, you cannot afford the resulting poor reputation or damage they may cause.
A termite infestation, in particular, may go on for years without anyone knowing of the ongoing damage to the building’s foundation. In the event of a termite infestation, a commercial pest management service should be contacted immediately to assess the situation, eliminate the problem and protect the establishment.
Our Commercial Termite Control
Our company stands ready to provide the comprehensive service your facility requires. We will visit your business to give you a free consultation and estimate. Once a detailed inspection is performed, we will tell you the results and create a personalized treatment plan outlining detection, removal, and preventive services.
We provide start of the art termite treatment techniques in a timely manner so you can get back to business as usual.
Signs of a Termite Infestation
- Flying termites
- Frass or termite droppings
- White ants
- Hollow sounding wood
- Tunnels in wood
- Damaged wood
- Mud tubes
- Peeling paint
Damages of a Termite Infestation
Termites cause millions of dollars worth of damages every year to homes, buildings, and nature. Although you, your employees, and your customers may not notice a termite infestation it does not mean they are not present causing damage. Termites eat away at the structure of your building than can ruin the structure of your business. Repairing termite damage can take weeks, leaving your business closed not making money. Routine termite control for your company or commercial building is a great way to prevent a termite infestation from happening in the first place.
Our services are licensed, insured, and guaranteed.
Our pest management company uses state-of-the art technologies to eliminate and manage your termite infestation. We use a combination of chemical and non-chemical treatments to provide you a fast and efficient solution to your pest issue. Service personnel are trained on the job and receive additional, ongoing education and training from industry professional associations and government courses. Don’t allow termites to damage your reputation or facilities; let our experts protect them for you and go back to business as usual.