Termite Exterminator – All Natural Pest Elimination
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Termite Exterminator – All Natural Pest Elimination is the eco-friendly termite exterminator of Oregon. We use our own product line, Natureline Botanicals to address your termite control needs. Our products and methods are completely safe for people, pets and the environment.
One of the most important things to consider when using a termite exterminator is permanent eradication. The permanent wood treatment we offer will not only get rid of your current termite infestation, but it will also prevent future colonies from moving in. And the best thing about it is that it also prevents other wood destroyers permanently. So no more termites, carpenter ants, wood beetles or dry rot fungus will ever effect the treated wood in your home.
We offer free termite exterminator estimates. We’ll send one of our expert termite control inspectors to your home to do a complete evaluation, free of charge. They will check the size of the area, the extent of the problem and map out an effective path to treatment and prevention.
Termites get their sustenance by digesting cellulose found in dead wood (and anything made with wood material). As a result, termites cause $5 billion in property damage each year in the United States alone. Unfortunately, termite damage is NOT covered by homeowners’ insurance.
There are two kinds of termites in the Pacific Northwest: Subterranean and Dampwood. The Subterranean Termite lives in underground colonies that can contain up to 2 million members. They build distinctive “mud tubes” to gain access to food sources and to protect themselves from open air. Subterranean termites are by far the most destructive species of termite because they eat 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This ravenous eating can severely compromise the structural stability of a home as they chew their way through important support beams.
The Dampwood Termite lives in moist wood, rather than underground. Since they require wood with a high moisture content, wood in contact with the ground, or with a steady moisture source, is most prone to attack.