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If you're experiencing a termite issue in your home, we have a multitude of treatments that will help. From localized treatments, all the way to fumigation. Our team of experts provide licensed and effective home fumigation services using Vikane gas treatment. Protect your home from these pests and schedule an appointment with us today.

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Justin Duny Licensed & Certified Termite Specialist Says:

Termites can be a serious problem for homeowners here in Hawaii.

" Termites can cause such extensive damage to properties, that it can cause partial or total collapse. If you're fortunate enough to have never dealt with termites consider yourself lucky."

Termites can cause significant damage to homes, with an estimated cost of $5 billion to $10 billion per year. To protect investment, it's important take steps to prevent termite infestations. In fact, some states require termite protection on new homes as part of their building codes. For example, all homes in Hawaii are required to have some form of termite protection.

Dry Wood Termites:

Can termites damage concrete? Surprisingly, the answer is actually yes! Termites can in fact damage concrete. Although concrete is a hard material, termites can still find their way through small cracks and gaps in the concrete to reach the wood that is underneath. It's important to regularly inspect your property for signs of termite damage to prevent any potential structural damage.

Fact: Dry wood termites are a common type of termite that can cause significant damage to wooden structures. Unlike other types of termites, dry wood termites do not require contact with soil and can infest dry wood found in homes and buildings. It is important to regularly inspect and treat wooden structures to prevent infestations and damage caused by dry wood termites.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dry Wood Termites: 

Dry wood termites can be a serious problem for homeowners here in Hawaii. Below are some frequently asked questions about dry wood termites:

Q: What are dry wood termites?

A: Dry wood termites are a type of termite that live and feed on dry wood. They can cause significant damage to wooden structures in homes and other buildings.


Q: How do I know if I have dry wood termites?

A: Signs of a dry wood termite infestation include piles of small, pellet-like droppings, discarded wings, and hollow-sounding wood.


Q: Can I get rid of dry wood termites on my own?


A: While there are DIY methods for treating dry wood termites, it's often best to hire a professional pest control company to ensure the infestation is completely eradicated.


Q: How can I prevent dry wood termites from infesting my home?

A: Preventative measures include keeping firewood and other wooden materials away from the home, sealing cracks and crevices in the foundation, and ensuring proper ventilation in attics and crawl spaces. Maintaining proper termite preventative treatments and keeping your home fumigated every 5 years. 

Ground Termites:

Termites can be a serious problem for homeowners, causing damage to the structure of your home and potentially costing you thousands of dollars in repairs. If you suspect that you have a termite infestation, it's important to act quickly to prevent further damage. In Oahu, Hawaii, ground termites are a common issue that homeowners face. Contact a professional pest control company to assess the situation and provide effective treatment options.

Frequently Asked Questions About Ground Termites:


Q: What are ground termites?

A: Ground termites are a type of termite live in the soil and feed on wood and other cellulose materials.


Q: How can I tell if I have ground termites?

A: Signs of ground termites include mud tubes on walls or foundations, damaged wood, and discarded wings near windows or doors.


Q: Are ground termites dangerous?

A: Ground termites can cause significant damage to homes and other structures, leading to costly repairs. However, they do not pose a direct threat to human health.


Q: How can I prevent ground termites?

A: Preventative measures include reducing moisture around the home, removing wood debris from the yard, and sealing cracks and crevices in the foundation. Regular inspections by a pest control professional can also help detect and prevent infestations.


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