Drywood Termite Treatment

Solve Your Drywood Termite Problems Safely

If you or someone you know is experiencing Drywood Termites and the damage they can inflict on your home, then please call Frank at Green Tech Termite and Pest Control as soon as possible. Research demonstrates that the southeastern portion of the United States is home to some of the most densely populated termite populations than anywhere else in the country. The cost associated with these termites and their damage ranges into the billions of dollars for repairs and damage.

At Green Tech Pest Control, we aim to either prevent unwanted costs from Drywood termite damage or minimize the damage that Drywood termites may currently be inflicting on your home. Our professionals receive on-going training in application techniques, Green product lines, and home construction. We use the most up-to-date Green products and tools that the termite management industry has to offer; you’ve got the best in the business. That’s our commitment to you!

Got Drywood Termites?

If you or someone you know is experiencing Drywood Termites and the damage they can inflict on your home, then please call Frank at Green Tech Termite and Pest Control as soon as possible. Research demonstrates that the southeastern portion of the United States is home to some of the most densely populated termite populations than anywhere else in the country. The cost associated with these termites and their damage ranges into the billions of dollars for repairs and damage.

At Green Tech Pest Control, we aim to either prevent unwanted costs from Drywood termite damage or minimize the damage that Drywood termites may currently be inflicting on your home. Our professionals receive on-going training in application techniques, Green product lines, and home construction. We use the most up-to-date Green products and tools that the termite management industry has to offer; you’ve got the best in the business. That’s our commitment to you!

Signs Your Home may have a Drywood or Subterranean Termite Problems

  • Pencil-sized diameter, or larger, mud tubes running across concrete or masonry in between ground and any wooden part of your building.
  • Termite wings are small and thin, all the same size and shape, 3/8-1/2 inches long, on your window sill, counter top or floor. They are more noticeable during spring, especially if it has rained recently. Both conditions are common for termite mating swarms.
  • Swarming termites inside the structure during the early spring, usually on days that warm quickly, after a previous day’s rain.
  • Distorted areas of paint or wood surfaces which feel cool to the touch.
  • Any wooden building components (especially if they are support structures) that begin to “sag” unexpectedly.

Drywood Termite Season

Tampa Bay Area home owners may experience a drywood termite infestation in their home. Drywood Termites, not like subterranean termites, do not require excess moisture to survive. The Drywood Termites dwell in “Dry Wood” and feed upon that same wood. Their entire life can be spent in a drywood environment. From time to time, Drywood Termites will take to flight in swarms to start new colonies on other nearby unsuspecting homes. The winged swarmers will leave pellets and galleries inside the wood which is a sure sign of infestation. Drywood termites look similar to swarming ants, but the difference is recognizable if you know what to look for.

If you’re finding clues that you may have a drywood termite infestation in your business or home, then please call the State Licensed Experts at Green Tech Termite & Pest Control immediately for thorough inspections of the structure. Green Tech’s experts are licensed inspectors and know what to look for in Drywood Termite symptons. Our techs have their State-issued wood-destroying organism inspection card and have the authority to conduct official termite inspections for homes, realtors, and mortgage brokers. A complete and thorough inspection is critical in order to assess the extent of the damage caused by the drywood termites. The inspection results will determine the appropriate drywood termite treatment method and plan.