Do you know the signs of termites? If you think you’ve been seeing them around your home, you’re not alone. We get a lot of calls from people concerned they have termite activity either inside their homes or in outbuildings on their property. The ground termite and the drywood termite are both problem pests in Hawaii, which is why the professional Honolulu exterminators at Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions offer effective termite control solutions for your home. But before you call in the professionals for termite treatments in Hawaii, here are some signs that termites have infested your property:
To learn more about ground termite control in Honolulu and surrounding areas in Hawaii, please contact Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions today!
Drywood termites in Honolulu can be a major threat to home and business owners. Unlike subterranean termites who form their colonies underground, drywood termites will form colonies right in sound, dry pieces of wood thus leaving your furniture and structures of the home vulnerable to costly damages from a termite infestation. In some cases our Honolulu pest control team will recommend having a fumigation done to kill all of the drywood termites and get rid of the threat of termite damages. But if you do not need the entire place fumigated, we now offer the option for pickup/delivery and chamber fumigation when just pieces of furniture need to be treated.
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