Florida Drywood Termite Control in West Palm Beach, FL
Enjoy your termite-free home with our Florida drywood termite control service in West Palm Beach.
Schedule an appointment now that works for you and say goodbye to those pesky termites for good.
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Starting at $79/mo (includes standard home pest control)
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Let Us Take Care of Your Florida Drywood Termite Problem in West Palm Beach
Native Pest Management, a family-owned company founded by third-generation Florida natives, offers complete residential and commercial termite control services to homes and businesses throughout West Palm Beach.
Our technicians will determine the appropriate treatment method after identifying the location and severity of the Florida drywood termite infestation. For small, localized infestations, you can expect a no-tent treatment option, but for larger infestations, tent fumigation may be the only solution. A free termite inspection will allow our technician to give you a suggested course of action.
No more hanging around all day wondering when the pest control service will show up. We’ll provide you with a 2 hr time window and if we don’t show up within that range, we’ll credit you $25.
Pet & Kid-Friendly
We use the safest products and treatment methods available for termite control. Our precise 30-point protection program effectively targets termites while remaining kid and pet-friendly.
We not only get rid of your existing termite problem but also take steps to ensure termites don't come back in the future. Customers have been so impressed with our work that 88% would recommend us to a friend.
3 Easy Steps for Peace of Mind
Book your initial termite control appointment today. We will contact you once we’re on our way, then knock on your door when we arrive.
Determining the type of treatment we provide hinges on if you have an active infestation, the type of termites that have invaded your home, and the severity of the infestation.
After completing the treatment, we will email you a report on what was done, products used, and include notes on any concerns.
What are the signs of Florida drywood termites in your home?
Termite pellets left on window sills
Tiny kickout holes in hardwood
A slight clicking sound inside wood
The appearance of white winged insects inside your home
Finding termite wings on windowframes or baseboards or countertops
Damage that looks like water damage
What time of year do Florida drywood termites swarm in Florida?
Florida drywood termites swarm in Florida between March and July.
How do I know which type of termite I have?
There are three major classifications of termites in Florida. The most common type we see in area homes are drywood termites. The type of termite that does the most damage to area homes are subterranean termites.
Drywood termites have brownish-yellow bodies with black heads and measure between ? and ? of an inch long.
Drywood termites include the following native species:
Florida drywood termite
West Indian drywood termite
Western drywood termite
Dampwood termites have light to dark brown bodies and are ¾ of an inch long.
Dampwood termites include the following native species:
Florida dampwood termite
Subterranean termite soldiers are cream-colored with darker heads (usually a light brown or caramel color) and measure around ? of an inch in length.
Subterranean termites include the following native species:
Eastern subterranean termite
Cuban subterranean termite
Subterranean termites include the following invasive species:
Formosan subterranean termite
Asian subterranean termite
Eastern subterranean termite
Do I need to prepare my home for termite control services?
The preparation needed will vary by case. Your technician will let you know how to get your home ready for termite control.
How can I prevent termites?
Create a crushed rock barrier of at least 12-18 inches between the foundation and any soil or mulch.
Moisture attracts termites. Eliminate areas of standing water near your home, fix leaky pipes and fixtures.
Repair leaky air conditioning units that are causing water to pool around your home’s foundation.
Don’t put off the task of cleaning gutters. Clogged gutters allow rainwater to build up and seep into your home’s roof and walls.
Do not over-plant shrubbery and other landscaping near your home’s foundation. The sun hitting the soil around your foundation will help to keep it dry.
Use exhaust fans in kitchens and bathrooms to limit excess moisture in your home.
Repair any damage to your home’s foundation, exterior walls, or the roof that could allow termites inside.
Inspect antique wooden furniture or other wooden items for signs of drywood termites before bringing into your home.
Outside of your home, eliminate damp or rotting wood that could attract termites to your property. Leaf piles, wood mulch, fallen trees, and tree stumps should be removed.
Can I treat termites myself?
You can, but we wouldn't recommend it. There are many products that promise to control and eliminate termites, but the product manufacturers rarely let consumers know that these products can fail to do the job when they are inappropriately applied, or not applied frequently enough.
When these products fail, you're not likely to know it. Since termites only swarm a few times a year, you may think they were eliminated but in reality they just stopped swarming for a few months. And then termites will continue to be allowed to consume the wood in your home, right under your nose.