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Termite Control

Protect your biggest investment, your home

Termite Damage is No Joke

$5 Billion

of Damage Each Year


Homes & Businesses Invaded


Average Repair Cost

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All Homeowners Should Have A Termite Warranty

Don't Let Your Home Become a Meal for Termites

Eastern subterranean termites are a genuine concern in our area and can go unnoticed for extended periods. Termites feed on wood and can cause extensive structural damage that jeopardizes the integrity of your property.

Professional termite inspections and preventive treatments are essential for homeowners to protect their properties from the devastating effects of termite damage. Safeguard your home with PestNow.

A Few Reasons You Should Have PestNow Termite Control

Termite solutions for homeowners for almost 30 years.

Protect Your Biggest Investment

We're here to worry about termites, so you don't have to.

Retreat Warranty

When you have an active Termite Warranty with PestNow, if you have termite activity, we will retreat at no additional cost.

No Additional Fees or Transfer Fees

There is no transfer fee if you buy or sell a home.

Consistent & Ongoing Protection

Our Termite Retreat Warranty remains active as long as your annual renewal is up to date.

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Termite Letters

Our Termite Report for Real Estate Transactions Includes:

  • Comprehensive documentation presented in a clear and understandable way
  • Computer generated reports
  • Detailed diagrams of the home or business
  • Thorough inspections completed by highly trained and experienced team members

No One Compares to PestNow

We'll Put Our Report Up Against Anyone Else's...And Still Be Better

We encourage you to compare termite letters from other companies with our reports. While many companies provide inexpensive, quick inspections accompanied by brief, unclear 1-page reports, PestNow distinguishes itself with superior quality and clarity.

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Your Termite Questions Answered

We have the answers to commonly asked questions about termites.

What can I do to prevent termites?

Here are some simple steps you can take to lower the chances of having termites

  • Ensure water flows away from your place by keeping your gutters and drains clear.
  • Fix any leaks in your roof or plumbing as soon as you notice them.
  • Keep up with basic home upkeep, like sealing cracks and cleaning gutters.
  • Keep crawl spaces dry by reducing humidity levels.
  • Trim back any plants that could block vents or grow against the building.
  • Keep wood from touching the ground around your property.
  • Clear out any wood or junk near your property that termites could use as a home.

Can I treat termites on my own?

Although homeowners may consider do-it-yourself termite control, many need more expertise and training. At PestNow, our professionals possess the crucial training and knowledge to tackle termite issues effectively.

Correctly identifying the termite species and devising a treatment plan tailored to their biology and behavior is essential for successful treatment. With the knowledge and expertise of a pest control specialist from PestNow, you can rest assured knowing you're protected.

I just bought a house that you have under warranty. Do I have to pay a fee to transfer it to my name?

Our termite service agreements transfer at no cost. If you just purchased a home under warranty with PestNow, all you have to do is provide us with your name and contact information. One of our friendly Team Members will take care of the rest.

How can I tell the difference between flying ants and termites?

Distinguishing between swarming termites and flying ants can be challenging, but there are key differences to note:

  • Termites feature straight antennae, a broad waist, and short legs. Their wings are identical in size and shape, with a lace-like appearance.
  • In contrast, ants have elbowed antennae, a slender, pinched waist, and longer legs. Their hind wings are smaller than their front wings.
What is a termite letter?

A termite letter, also known as a termite inspection report or wood-destroying insect report, is a document provided by a licensed pest control company. This report includes information about any current or previous termite activity and any damage caused by termites or other wood-destroying organisms.