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Worried that termites are
threatening your home?

Shane’s Pest Solutions is here to help:

Termite treatment is important because termites are commonly regarded as one of the most highly destructive pests. Termites can cause some major issues for homeowners and businesses. Not only are these insects pesky and annoying, but they are expensive. In fact, according to the National Pest Management Association, termites cause more than $5 billion in property damage each year. Unfortunately, these silent destroyers are attracted to the warm and moist conditions of the Southeastern United States, making properties in Georgia a perfect target for termite destruction. Luckily, here at Shane’s Pest Solutions, we understand the different ways that termites can put your property at risk, and will ultimately work to control and effectively treat the problem, so that you and your family can rest assured that your home is termite-free!

Here’s why you need a professional termite treatment program:

We get it: the idea of a termite infestation is frightening, and sure to have any property owner frantically searching for solutions that will eliminate the problem as quickly as possible. However, if you’re considering using do-it-yourself methods, you should definitely think again. Treating a termite problem can be tricky, and without proper knowledge and expertise, efforts to remove termites cannot be effective. Our team of seasoned professionals know that not all pest problems are the same, which is why we conduct personalized inspections that allow us to determine the right treatment plan that will provide your property with the best results possible. Here are some things that Shane’s Pest Solutions will consider when treating your termite problem:

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Termite species

For starters, it is important to understand who exactly is invading your home. While we know that no termite is a good termite, the threats that these pests can pose to your property can vary depending on their species. In Georgia, there are three species of termites to be aware of: 

  • Eastern Subterranean termite
  • Formosan termite
  • Drywood termite

Termite damage

A strong indicator of a termite infestation is noticeable damage to your home. Keep an eye out for any of the following signs:

  • Maze-like patterns
  • Bulging walls
  • Mud tubes/trails
  • Sagging floors/ceilings
  • Scent reminiscent of mildew or mold
  • Cracked and hollow sounding wood structures

If you discover that your home is experiencing any of these signs, it is important that you contact a professional to further investigate the issue. Termite damage can be extremely reminiscent of water damage, and without a professional inspection, can be very hard to differentiate. That’s why Shane’s Pest Solutions conduct in-depth inspections that will give you the answers you need. Click here to learn more about what to expect from a termite inspection with Shane’s Pest Solutions!

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What makes us different:

Letting a termite problem go untreated can result in some serious destruction, as these insects literally eat away at the structure of your property, creating expensive damage that can potentially leave your home beyond repair. Our team understands this threat, as well as the costs that can incur, so our top priority is to protect your home as if it were our own. We pride ourselves on our reputation of honesty, dependability, and maximum expertise, which are values that we honor in all of our services.

At Shane’s Pest Solutions, our team of trusted pest control specialists carry over a decade of experience that will help to accurately diagnose the problem, identify the species, and create a personalized termite control plan that will go above and beyond to satisfy your needs! 

Ready to say goodbye to termites? Contact us today!

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