Savannah Termite Control Services

Termites cause billions of dollars’ worth of damages to homes and businesses each year. Most, if not all, repairs are not covered by home owners’ insurance policies. What should home and business owners do or be aware of? Primarily, be informed. If you are reading this, you most likely live in one of the country’s most termite infested areas, the southern US. If you own a home or business, consider yourself vulnerable.

Termites consume anything that is cellulose based (made of wood or wood products), therefore, most structures in our area are prone to attack. Even brick homes or steel constructed buildings can have severe termite infestations because most structures have some type of wood construction embedded in them.

The most severe infestations that we see are usually the result of not having the structure routinely, or ever, inspected for problems. Don’t let this happen to you! Our company, as well as most termite companies, offer free termite inspections and evaluations. Additionally, termite control prices have come down in recent years due to new product developments such as bait systems and defined termite treatments. You may also want to consider our Savannah Termite Renewal Service.

Most homeowners are unaware of the devastation caused by termites until the damage has already been done.

Termite Control Facts

  • Termites eat non-stop 24 hours per day, 7 days a week
  • Termite cause up to $2 Billion in damage each year
  • Found in every US State but Alaska
  • A termite Queen can live more than 25 years and lay over 2,000 eggs a day
  • Georgia has the second highest concentration of homes infested in the United States
  • Termites construct air tight mud tunnels when they leave the soil
  • Termites will eat wood of anything made from wood
  • Termites do more damage than all hurricanes, fires and tornadoes combined each year
  • There are several species of termites found in Georgia

Get a Savannah Termite Extermination Quote

Having a termite inspection performed on your Georgia property may take one to two hours but may pay dividends for years in either peace of mind or awareness of a problem before it is too late. If you have any questions regarding termites, control procedures, or small things you can do yourself to help prevent problems, don’t hesitate to call us. We can help you and point you in the right direction. We have been dealing with termites in the Chatham County area for over 38 years and can handle any termite related needs that you may have.