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Anne Arundel County’s Termite Inspection Team

If you suspect you may have a termite infestation, contact Annapolis Pest Control immediately to schedule an inspection. You could have up to 14 million uninvited guests in your home right now. And they’re hungry. Pest control experts say that there are as many as 14 termite colonies per acre, with each colony holding up to 1 million termites—hungry creatures that love nothing more than to feast on the wood in or around your home. Any kind of wood will do—it doesn’t matter if your house is old or new, in the city or in the country. Termites may enter a vulnerable structure through the tiniest fissure in the foundation or concrete slab. They are drawn to wood and warmth, so you can blame your central heating system for making your house attractive to these common pests.

Signs of Termite Infestation

Normally, termites thrive in the woods, where they feast on dead forestation. They seek other shelter and food sources when their habitat is gone. However, when an appealing location—like your home—is available, they move in. Termites cause millions of dollars of damage to homes around the country annually, and the combined cost of prevention and extermination is more than $4 billion dollars annually.

Don’t be one of the thousands of people affected by termite damage. Call Annapolis Pest Control as soon as you spot any of these signs of termite infestation:

  • Flying termites in your home (light attracts them)
  • Tunnels around your foundation, either inside or outside
  • Bubbled paint on wood surfaces
  • Powdery sawdust near doors, windows, or the garage
  • Stray wings near doors or windows
  • Tiny holes in the wood

Let Us Investigate and Advise

Our inspectors will do an immediate survey of your property, and discuss the next treatment options with you if you have a termite infestation. A thorough and efficient treatment by Annapolis Pest Control specialists will protect your home and your investment. Contact us today for information or to schedule an onsite assessment.

Call Us to Schedule Your Free Inspection Today!