We have decades of experience treating for termites in West Melbourne and have treated thousands of homes for termites on the Space and Treasure Coasts. Our experience in wood destroying organisms means we provide a termite control service that you know will eliminate your termites the first time. If you are starting off termite-free and would like to remain that way we offer pre-construction and preventative termite treatments.
We offer one of the most comprehensive Subterranean Termite Contracts in the industry for your West Melbourne home. Treatments not only cover future infestations, but they also protect your home with up to $1,000,000 in new Subterranean Termite damage repairs. This is better coverage than you would get with many the National companies. Our service also includes booster treatments each and every year at the time of inspection.
Our Termite Control Services are fully transferable to a new owner if you ever sell your West Melbourne home at no charge to you or the new homeowner!
Termite Control Services Available in West Melbourne:
Subterranean Termite Control Service
This service involves digging a trench around the base of the structure and then treating that trench with an EPA-registered Termiticide.
Drywood Termite Control Service
This borate treatment is applied to the exposed attic trusses to prevent or treat Dry-wood termites. Borate treatments can also be applied to wall voids in your home using a small injection needle. Drywood coverage can be added to your Subterranean Termite service. Drywood treatments start at $300.00
What Attracts Termites to West Melbourne houses?
- Wood to ground contact
- Stucco below grade (see above)
- wood/logs/untreated landscaping timbers next to house
- Foundation Cracks
- Faulty downspouts, drainage
- Pine Bark mulch
- Plumbing Leaks
- Rood Leaks
- Rigid foam insulation
- Inadequate ventilation
How to Avoid Termites in your West Melbourne home:
- Have your home regularly inspected
- Maintain a termite agreement that includes dry-wood and subterranian termites
- Have no drainage problems
- Ensure a/c is draining away from house
- Install gutters
- Fix plumbing issues promptly
- Repair roof leaks promptly
- Do not put mulch near your house that attracts termites. If mulch is going to be used next to the house it needs to be rubber, cedar, or melaluca.
- Keep eaves & soffits intact
West Melbourne Price List for Subterranean Termite Service:
|Under 1,350 Sq Ft||$1,199.00|
|Under 1,550 Sq Ft||$1,299.00|
|Under 1,650 Sq Ft||$1,389.00|
|Under 1,800 Sq Ft||$1,459.00|
|Under 2,300 Sq Ft||$1,949.00|
|Under 2,800 Sq Ft||$2,349.00|
|Under 3,300 Sq Ft||$2,659.00|
|Under 3,900 Sq Ft||$3,159.00|
|Under 4,400 Sq Ft||$3,549.00|
|Under 4,900 Sq Ft||$3,999.00|
|Over 4,900 Sq Ft||Please Call 321-704-0434 For an Estimate|
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I tell the difference between a swarming termite and a swarming ant?
Ants have a tiny waste and termites have a fat mid-section
What are the different types of termites in West Melbourne?
There are three main types of termites: subterranean termites, drywood termites, and dampwood termites.
What are the signs of termite damage?
Signs of termite damage include: Sagging floors or walls
-Termite droppings (small, black pellets)
When do Eastern Subterranean Termites swarm in West Melbourne?
In West Melbourne Florida, October to February usually after it rains.
Do you treat dry-wood termites?
Yes! You can add dry-wood coverage to your termite warranty by adding a borate treatment. This treatment has also been known to treat Carpenter Ant nests in the attic. Borate treatments can last the life of the wood so long as the wood remains dry.
Can I stay at home while you treat my house?
Yes, you can stay home while we treat your West Melbourne property.
Is there a chemical smell during the application?
No, there is no odor emitted while treating for termites.
Are these wings in my windowsill from termites?
Probably. While swarming ants will loose their wings they are nothing in comparison to the amount of wings termites can leave in your windows. Depending on the species some termite colonies can send out a swarm of over 1,000,000 termites.