We’ve got a License-To-Kill San Diego’s termites!
We’ll perform a thorough termite inspection and recommend local spot treatments or fumigation depending on the severity of your termite infestation. After the termites have been removed from your home or office, we’ll repair any structural or cosmetic wood damage and issue a termite clearance on the property. For lasting protection, we offer renewable guarantees on any of our termite services to protect your home from termites for years to come.
Depending on accessibility, secondary treatment methods with non-repellent termiticides like Termidor can also be used to kill isolated infestations of termites. Our termite treatment attaches to the termites, passing through the colony as termites communicate with each other. In only a matter of days, our treatment spreads through the entire colony - killing termites in its wake.
Fumigation is the most effective method of exterminating Drywood termites. During fumigation, Vikane gas rapidly penetrates through wood within the structure, controlling drywood termites through suffocation. After fumigation, Vikane leaves no residues, a common worry with fumigants.
We’re experts at no move-out secondary treatments for drywood termites. We’ll confidently fumigate or locally treat your home, office, apartment complex, condominium, commercial building or ship. After completing your inspection, our licensed termite inspectors will advise you of all areas of termite activity. Your inspector will also help you determine the best treatment suited to the structure. Accessibility of termite infestations will determine our primary recommendation of local spot treatments or tent fumigation. At the request of the homeowner or property management company, a recommendation for secondary localized treatments will be provided. License-To-Kill offers drywood termite structural guarantees for either fumigation or secondary treatments that can be continued after the initial treatment warranty has expired.
Subterranean termites require a different approach for control. Fumigation will not eradicate Subterranean termites, because they live in soil. License-To-Kill uses a combination of soil treatments which form a protective barrier around the structure keeping termites out.
The effectiveness of a Subterranean termite treatments often depend on a thorough termite inspection, which is why our motto is "Maximum Effort - Maximum Results." We’ll help you make sure your Subterranean termites don’t return.