McDonald Pest Control – The Termite Treatment Specialists!
McDonald Pest Control is a leading Provider of termite control. Our passion for Termites and how to effectively control them has placed us among the leaders in the industry.McDonald pest control Provides Subterranean termite control with TERMIDOR Efficiently and Confidently. Eliminating and Protecting your home from Subterranean termites
Our convenient Drywood termite services such as our no-tent treatment as well as 1-day treatments have made McDonald Pest Control the only pest control company to call. Give us a call today and we will be happy to inspect your home or business to determine how you can best solve your termite problems.
There are more than 2500 different species of termites or “white ants” that belong to the insect family, “Isoptera”. Thought to have evolved from the common cockroach, termites are one of the oldest living insects still in existence today. Termites live in colonies, where they work and operate in a well-defined system of order. The reproductive termites (known as the “king” and “queen”) maintain the termite population, the workers are those termites which eat wood, and the soldiers keep the colony in order and protect each nest. Both soldiers and workers are blind and sterile and live 2 to 5 years. The reproductive termites, can survive for as long as 70 years.
Termites have been around for over 250 million years
There are over 2500 termite species world wide and 50 different species are found in the US
Mature colonies can contain over 2 million termites
Termites groom by licking each other
The termite Queen has secondary and tertiary reproductive’s to help lay eggs
Termites damage more homes every year than earthquakes and storms combined. Termites cause more than $5 billion in damage to U.S. homes each year. A small colony of approximately 250,000 termites can eat a linear foot of 2 by 4 in about five months. Subterranean termites are estimated to cause more than 90 percent of all damage in the United States. More than 5 million homes have some type of termite problem each year. They primarily feed on wood, but can also damage paper, books, insulation, and even swimming pool liners. Termites can injure living trees and shrubs, but more often invade trees and plants already diseased and dying.
Are Termites Silently Feasting on Your Largest Investment?
While houses may become infested at any time, termites are of particular importance when buying or selling a home since a termite inspection infestation report is normally a condition of sale. Your McDonald Pest Control technician is a trained professional. Our technicians have the education, expertise and more sophisticated techniques which will assure that your termite problem will be managed in an effective and environmentally friendly manner. During our inspection your home or business will be examined from top to bottom, including interior, exterior, around windows and plumbing, in the attic, and in the basement or crawl space, looking for evidence of a termite infestation. Call #727-734-0963