Termite Control

Termite DamageUnion Exterminating is your Industry leader in termite control.

There are two main reasons to have your home treated for termites. Obviously the first reason is that you have termites eating your home right now. They are doing damage to the wood in the structure and they need to be stopped before you need a contractor, which costs much more than a termite treatment. Second, you want to prevent reason number one.

There are two methods that are used to protect against termites. Termite Baiting Systems and the more familiar Liquid Treatment method. We use the Liquid Treatment method as our primary way to protect your home. We do utilize Bait Systems when necessary. For an in depth conversation about the pros and cons of each method feel free to call or email us today.

Did you know Termites and Ants can have wings when they swarm in the spring?

So how do I know which one I have?

All insects have three body parts: head, thorax, and abdomen.

 

  Termite   Ant
Head Straight Antenna Elbow Antenna
Thorax Equal Wing Size Unequal Wing Size
Abdomen Broad Waist Narrow Waist

If you are still not sure which one you have, no problem, call and set up an appointment or email a picture.

Whether you have an active termite infestation or you want to protect your home from termite attack, we have the knowledge and experience to stop termites in their tracks.

We do not charge you to give an estimate so go ahead and call today.

Our Service Area includes:

Union County | Monroe, Matthews, Weddington, Waxhaw, Indian Trail, Wingate, Marshville

Mecklenburg County | Charlotte, Pineville, Matthews, Mint Hill, Davidson, Huntersville

Cabarrus County | Concord, Harrisburg, Kannapolis, Mt Pleasant, Midland

Rowan County | Salisbury, China Grove, Rockwell

 

Tips & Tricks For A Pest-Free Home

  1. Seal cracks, crevices, holes, and other entry points on the exterior of the home (including around utilities and pipes).
  2. Keep basements and crawl space areas dry.
  3. Empty trash cans regularly and dispose of garbage often.
  4. Inspect and repair weather stripping.
  5. Store firewood away from the house and off the ground.