Termites in Georgia - GA Termite Control

Having problems with termites? Termites may very well be Eastern subterranean termites, the most common type of termite found in North America. This termite is found in every eastern state, and as far west as Utah. Georgia termite infestations may also be caused by Formosan subterranean termites, which are found along the gulf coast from Texas to Florida, or West Indian powderpost termites, which invade homes along the eastern seaboard from Florida to Virginia.

Termites hide in the basement and yard of homes and can do massive amounts of damage to your property. It may take time to realize that you have an infestation, as the damage they do is silent but cumulative. By the time you realize that you have a problem, termites in Georgia may have done significant damage to the wood in your home.

Termites feed on dead plant matter. Unfortunately, this also includes the dead wood that your home is made of. Although termites may only measure about 1 cm in length, their jaws can tear large bits off of their food. This allows them to do serious property damage in a relatively short amount of time. Along with wood, Georgia termites also feed on furniture, books, carpets and even insulation.

Do you have a GA termite infestation?

Termites can actually do enough damage to a home to render it completely unlivable. But how can you tell that you have an infestation before it is too late?

Knock on the boards of your home. Do they sound solid or hollow? If they sound hollow you may have an infestation, and may already need extensive repair to your home.

If you find that you have accumulations of dirt or soil at the base of your stairwell, this is another reliable sign of a termite infestation.

Check the corners of your ceiling for cracks and fissures. This may mean termites.

Look at the trees in your yard. If they have mud coverings, you have termites. An infestation in the yard often translates to termites in your home as well.

Termites often fly and swarm after a rain. Keep an eye out for these. You may also find additional signs of the insects, including the wings that are left behind.

What can you do about termites in Georgia?

Termites are not something you can treat on your own. If you suspect termites, have your home inspected by a reliable exterminator. Termites must be treated by a professional that has experience with termite control in Georgia. You will want to take care of it quickly, to prevent more damage from occurring.

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