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Subterranean Termite Control

Subterranean termites feed exclusively on wood materials and have strict moisture requirements. With these characteristics in mind, a lot can be done to prevent an infestation by eliminating the food and moisture resources in their environment.

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Listed below are a few practical ways to prevent termite infestation by modifying their habitat:

  • Repair structural and plumbing leaks.
  • Pull all mulch and landscaping back at least 6 inches from the foundation.
  • Remove piles of trash and debris from around the home.
  • Remove dead tree stumps from the yard.
  • Keep firewood stacked away from the structure.
  • Make sure downspouts are long enough to direct water away from the foundation.
  • Keep gutters clean.
  • Avoid direct wood-to-ground contact when building porches or decks.
  • Siding, brick veneer, or foam insulation should not extend below the soil grade.

Subterranean Termite Treatment

Subterranean termites are widespread throughout Orange County and Riverside County, California. Because they are so abundant, prevention alone may not always protect a structure from infestation. If a structure has become infested, additional action must be taken.

Termite Services Include:
  • Termite Inspections
  • Termite Control
  • Termite Extermination
  • Home Inspections For Termites
  • Home Sale Termite Inspections
  • Residential & Commercial Buildings
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Any “wood destroying organism” which can attack structures is also treated by Flatline Termite Control services. The common wood destroying organisms are included in the list below.

  • Termite Inspections
  • Termite Control
  • Termite Extermination
  • Home Inspections For Termites
  • Home Sale Termite Inspections
  • Residential & Commercial Buildings
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