Identifying a termite problem can be difficult. Termites are silent destroyers, and most infestations will go undiscovered until serious damage has already been done. We will thoroughly inspect your home in search of any signs of termite activity, including damaged wood, cracked paint, piles of sawdust, and mud tubes.
Our pest management technicians will apply the proper termite insecticides to eliminate the termites at the source. Focused on preventative pest control, our technicians will also help protect your home from future termite problems.
Ongoing pest control will help protect your family, home, and business year-round against wood-destroying insects, including termites and carpenter ants. AWC offers a variety of treatment options based on the severity of the problem, your budget, and your preferences.
Our customers are our #1 priority! At Advanced Wildlife Control, we want to make sure your pest problems are resolved in a timely manner. Therefore, our AWC professionals can typically provide same-day or next-day service. We also do not require any contracts for our customers! You are free to cancel at any time!
Termites are attracted to moist, weathered wood. Having firewood piles, old wood decks, or rotten tree stumps close to your home increases your chances of attracting termites. If your neighbor has a termite problem, there is a chance those termites may find their way over to your property as well.
Definitely Yes! Termites can cause billions of dollars in structural damage to homes and businesses each year. Thankfully though, we don’t encounter them much here in Wisconsin.
To prevent termite infestations, eliminate sources of food and water.
- Eliminate damp, moist areas, especially around decks and the foundation
- Store woodpiles away from your home
- Remove old, rotten trees and stumps from your yard
Give Advanced Wildlife Control a call today if termites have already invaded your home. Our pest management technicians will eliminate your termite problem at the source and help seal up entry points to prevent future problems.