Termite Removal Service in Nassau County

Our Nassau County Termite Service

Metro Pest Control employs several termite removal techniques that will quickly exterminate any termites on your property. The first step is a detailed termite inspection by our experienced team of termite exterminators. Our technicians will consider the level of infestation, type of soil, structure, and more in order to determine the most effective solution. Our termite removal solutions include liquid termite barriers, in-ground termite baits, and foam applications. These solutions are proven to safely and quickly eliminate your termite infestation. When the successful termite extermination is complete we may recommend structural changes to prevent the termites from returning.

Are Termites Found In Nassau County?

Did you know that there are about 4000 species of termites? They can be found all over the United States including in Nassau County. Every year these destructive insects cause millions of dollars in structural damage to homes and businesses. Termites live in large social communities. 

What Does A Termite Look Like?

Termites are often confused with ants but they have some distinct characteristics that make it easy to tell them apart. The wings of a termite are the same size, unlike the wings of an ant whose wings are different sizes. In addition, termites' antennae are straight while the ant's antennae are not. Termites have two pairs of long wings, which are held flat against their bodies and can break easily.

How Termites Spread

Termite colonies have the ability to reproduce incredibly fast. A queen termite may produce up to 1,000 eggs per day. Termites like dark and moist environments. They enter homes and buildings through cracks, vents, mud tubes, or spaces around pipes and electrical openings.

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