Termite Control in Baltimore MD
What Are Termites?
Termites are insects that feed on wood. They live in colonies below ground or burrow into wood to find shelter and create a nest. More than 3,000 species of termites have been identified to date. Like ants, termite colonies contain sterile male and female workers and soldiers. They also contain fertile males known as kings and at least one fertile female known as a queen.
The damage to wood structures caused by termites each year costs the southwestern United States 1.5 billion dollars. A big percentage of termite damage is from drywood termites.
The goal of termite control is to keep structures, such as homes, businesses, wooden fences and telephone poles, termite free.
What Do Termites Look Like?
Are termites dangerous?
Termites do not bite or carry any diseases that can be transmitted to humans. Termites can pose an indirect threat to humans with their capacity to cause untold damage to wooden structures.
How can you get rid of my termites?
First, to determine if you have termites, our inspectors do a thorough termite inspection. Baltimore residents have confidence in our inspection. We inspect all over the house, as thoroughly as possible. If you do have termites, our termite control program has been specifically designed to exterminate termite colonies. Because termites are subterranean, we pump termite control product into the ground at regularly spaced intervals. The termite control product kills the colony and normally remains in the ground for many years. Call us today for the best termite control in Baltimore.
Is the treatment safe?
Our termite control experts use the latest techniques to rid you of your termites. Our exterminators use products that have reduced toxicity and are registered by the EPA, and we carefully follow their guidelines for their application. Should any specific safety measures need to be taken, our highly trained service technicians will make sure you have a thorough understanding of them.
How soon can you get here?
Rosenbloom Pest Control, Inc. is 100% committed to solving your pest problem as soon as possible, by providing same day or next day service.