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Termites may be small, but they can still easily cause extensive damage to your home. Termites cause $5 billion in damages to homes across the nation every year. While that might be a scary statistic, you don’t have to worry when Petti Pest Control is on your side. Our termite control will remove existing colonies while providing long-term protection from future infestations.

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Termite Control in West Virginia

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Learning you have termites can be nerve-wracking, which is why we’ve developed a termite treatment plan that combines reactive and preventative measures, giving you comprehensive protection. You can count on our expert termite exterminators to keep your home and family safe.

Signs of a Termite Infestation

Time is of the essence when dealing with infestations, so it’s important to know their warning signs. Catching an infestation early makes it easier to remove and lowers the level of damage to your home. Common warning signs include: 

  • Discarded wings: Termite wings resemble fish scales and fall off after a swarm, creating small piles.
  • Mud tubes: These brown, cylindrical tubes are used to protect termites as they travel and are often found on walls and exterior foundations.
  • Hollow-sounding wood: As termites chew through wood, the inside becomes hollow, which is apparent when it’s knocked on.
  • Squeaky floors: While there are other explanations, squeaky floors can also be caused by termites eating through the subfloor and supports.
  • Peeling paint: The extra moisture brought by termites can cause the paint to bubble and peel, resembling water damage.
  • Pin-sized holes: Termites sometimes cause damage to drywall as they feed, resulting in small holes.

If you notice any of these indicators in your home, call our pest control experts right away at 304-725-9997 for a free termite inspection. An exterminator will conduct a thorough inspection of your property and then create a personalized removal and treatment plan based on your needs. 

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The Most Common Type of Termite in West Virginia

While all termites may look the same, there are numerous species that have unique behaviors. In fact, there are more than 2,000 known species throughout the world. Here, we provide information on the most common species in West Virginia. 

Subterranean Termites

Subterranean termites are the most common in West Virginia. This species eats the inside of timber, leaving the outside shell intact and making damage harder to spot. Their colonies can have as many as two million workers, enabling them to quickly eat through the wooden parts of your home. While they only have one queen, she lays thousands of eggs per day, enabling the colony to continue to grow. The best way to prevent a subterranean termite infestation is by removing an accumulation of water near the foundation of your home, reducing humidity in crawl spaces with ventilation, and seal cracks or crevices in your foundation. 

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Locally-Owned and Operated in West Virginia

Termite infestations can happen to anyone, which is why we’re proud to provide outstanding services to our neighbors. Our services have helped homeowners protect their biggest investment, so give us a call and see what we can do for you! 

We are proud to provide termite control across West Virginia, including:

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