Our termite pest control services help you eradicate termite infestations and repair any termite-damaged structures on your property. When you need professional termite damage repairs, call RidX Pest Control!

Our Termite Pest Control Eliminates Termite & Fixes Their Damage

Request an Inspection

Are you seeing signs of a termite infestation or need termite damage repair services? Call us, text us, or book a termite inspection online.

Schedule Inspection

You can book a time that works best for you by calling, texting, or booking online. We’ll arrive on time and ready to get started!

Full Inspection Report

Within 24 hours of our initial termite inspection, you’ll receive a termite inspection report that outlines what we found and our recommendations for termite treatment. If repairs are needed, we can assist with WDO repairs as well.

We Get Rid Of Termites & Handle Termite Damage Repairs

As licensed general contractors, RidX knows the safety issues and costly damage that termites can do to the foundation and structural integrity of your home or business. That’s why our termite pest control services include an initial evaluation to assess the scope of the damage and infestation, as well as treatment and termite damage repairs. Call us today to get started with RidX! 

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Top Questions About Our Termite Pest Control

How much does a termite inspection cost?

A termite inspection can cost between $75 and $150. However, RidX Pest Control provides free termite inspections and an estimate for the treatment and termite repairs needed.

What are signs of a termite infestation?

Visible signs of a termite infestation include discolored or dropping drywall, peeling paint, warped wooden or laminate floors, and pinpoint holes in drywall. If you aren’t sure whether you have termites, schedule a free termite inspection with RidX and we’ll let you know!

Do termites bite humans?

Termites do not attack humans, however, they do bite wood and other insects. Swarms of termites, called alates, have no mouth parts suited for biting or chewing on wood, which means that they are unable to damage your home.

Can I sleep in a room with termites?

Sleeping in a room that is infested with termites will not harm you, but the termites may crawl all over your body while you sleep. This makes sleeping with termites harmless but uncomfortable.

I see swarming termites. Does that mean I have a termite infestation?

Swarms of termites around your home can indicate that your home is either infested with termites or at risk of a termite infestation. To know for sure, you can call RidX Pest Control and we will provide a free termite inspection.

Do termites have wings?

Yes, some termites have wings. In a mature termite colony, certain termites will grow wings to begin swarming and colonizing other areas during warm months.

What are the different types of termite treatments?

There are a number of ways that pest control companies like RidX Pest Control treat termites. These include baiting systems, spot treatments, termiticides, wood treatments, and soil treatments.

Do termites come back after I get a termite treatment?

Termites may return after treatments. However, most pest control companies will perform a follow-up treatment at no additional cost as part of an ongoing treatment plan.

Why do pest control technicians sometimes drill holes during termite treatments?

Sometimes, we pest control technicians drill holes into infested wood because it’s the best way to reach termites.

How long does it take for termites to destroy a house?

It can take termites 3-5 years to completely infest and ruin a home, but this period can be shorter or longer, depending on the size of the house.

Is it possible to fix termite-damaged wood?

Yes, it is possible to repair termite damage, although the methods used will depend on the extent of the damage. For minimal termite damage, a professional may fill the gaps with wood hardener. For more serious termite damage, a wood filler solution or wood replacement may be needed.

What attracts termites to a house or building?

Termites are attracted to any wooden structures in a home, but particularly to moist wood, wooden components within the foundation, and cracks within the exterior walls of your home. Some locations and regions are also more susceptible to termite infestations.