San Diego Subterranean Termite Treatments
We've Got A License-To-Kill Your Subterranean Termites!
Every year, we spend $4.5 billion dollars controlling and repairing damage left by Subterranean termites. License To Kill's termite inspectors have been thoroughly trained to inspect your home, apartment complex or commercial building. Subterranean termites nest in the ground, in what is known as a "crown colony." These crown colonies infest structures from a distance, setting up satellite termite colonies.
Evidence of subterranean termites can be found in sub areas, attics, and baseboards. Mud tubes, also known as "subterranean termite highways," can be found in all locations of the home or building. Subterranean termites use these shelters for climate control and protection from the environment and predators. Subterranean termites will also enter the home through expansion joints or cracks in the cement slab. Sometimes room additions are built on top of an existing cement slab with the plenum space in between making treatment extremely difficult. The majority of the time, the Subterranean termites will be in the bathroom and shower areas where high moisture content is readily available. You may find shelter tubes are used by the adults of the colony to swarm in an attempt to set up a new colony.
Preventative Termite Treatments
New Buildings / Construction
Stop Subterranean termites before they infest a structure by treating pre-construction sites! Subterranean termites thrive in excessively moist conditions and feed exclusively on wood materials. Never leave wood in direct contact with the soil. For pre-constrution, soil treatments with state registered termiticides should be applied to all slabs and foundations within 72 hours of the cement pouring.
Preventative treatments are beneficial to existing structures too. Attics and sub areas have many exposed wood members which allow Subterranean termites to infest the structure. If you are in the middle of a remodel, we can treat the exposed walls, ceilings and timber to protect your investment.
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Termite Control Reviews
Amazing service, found some termite damage that should have been treated by another company during escrow. License to Kill came out and did a free inspection and let me know how to handle the situation. They did not take a penny and the other company came out and fixed the damage.
I'm a real estate agent who works with termite companies on a regular basis. Whenever I get to pick who to hire, my choice is always License to Kill!! Their quality of work, attention to detail, and customer service are better than everyone out there! License to Kill does their part in making my real estate transaction smooth! They go above and beyond the rest!
I had subterranean termites under the slab portion of the house. License To Kill was prompt in inspection and met my scheduling needs. Successful work and left the work areas clean. Came back a year later under warranty to supplement and took care of another location unrelated to the first treatment. Cost of work was reasonable.
I hired them to get rid of my pest issues and not only did they provide exceptional service, but they also repaired the damage the termites did to my patio. They were friendly and professional. The price is what I expected to pay for the level of service they provided.
License To Kill was very easy to work with and they returned phone calls and were very polite on the phone. We had a urgent request for License To Kill to do a termite clearance on a property that was scheduled to close and they made it happen. Thank you License To Kill for working with us in a time crunch and your staff was very professional.