Here at All Clear Exterminating, we know all too well that termites can be a bit of a problem. However, there is some good news. Termites are not as common in Orange County as they are in other big cities in the country.
This means you can breathe a sigh of relief if you were very concerned about termites. Some of the cities where termites are more prevalent include:
- Boston, MA
- Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
- Los Angeles, CA
- Memphis, TN
- Miami, FL
- New York, NY
- Philadelphia, PA
- San Antonio, TX
- San Jose, CA
- San Bernardino, CA
Termites are quite prevalent in California, Florida, and Texas. In fact, these are locations where termites can be quite an issue. The good news is that you live in Orange County, California, you’re in one of the less-prevalent areas. However,
Termite Control Orange County
Here at All Clear Exterminating, we like to think we offer the best termite control orange county has. We have a lot of experience when it comes to dealing with termites, and we can help you deal with them. We will be more than happy to thoroughly inspect your Orange County home. We will do this at a time that is convenient for you and we will ensure that we’ll leave no stone unturned.
Once we have inspected your home we can determine where the termites are and how we can get rid of them. We offer a range of treatments that can deal with subterranean termites, termites that are in exposed framing, or other areas of your home.
While Orange County homes are less susceptible to termites, for the most part, there is one type of termite you should be on the lookout for. Drywood termites like Orange County and most if not all of California. These are the termites you need to look out for.
What are Drywood Termites?
If you are concerned about termites please contact us today. We are here for you and we can give you the peace of mind you need. California is very prone to drywood termites and they swarm in the late summer and the early fall. Occasionally drywood termites might swarm during the winter months but only if it’s milder. Dry wood termites can ultimately be a lot more destructive than other types as the whole colony will live inside the wood that they’re eating.
If your home is not made of wood you might not be too worried about drywood termites. However, there will still be some wooden structures in and around your home. The framing that supports interior walls is usually made from wood. Parts of your roof and attic also tend to be made from wood. This means you will need the help of a pest control expert at some point.
The good news is we can help you. Here at All Clear Exterminating, we know more than a thing or two about termites. Contact us today if you would like to organize a termite inspection or if you have any questions. We are here for you.