Termite Treatment

So Goodbye To Pesky Termites & Prevent Future Damage

Aardvark Pest Pro Termite Control Services in Newark and surrounding areas.

Our termite treatment service uses advanced techniques to eliminate termites from your home, preventing future damage to the structure of your foundation. Our experienced exterminators will inspect your property and identify the type of termites your house is infested with. Then we will begin treatment to effectively eradicate them. Taking pride in providing long-lasting and affordable termite removal solutions that protect your home from further damage.

Affordable Termite Treatment With Aardvark Pest Pro

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Termite damage can be costly, but their elimination doesn’t have to be. Don’t be sold into long-term contracts. Aardvark Pest Pro’s termite treatment is affordable and effective.

Why choose our termite pest control services?

Aardvark’s Termite Elimination Treatment

At Aardvark, we believe in a job done right. With our termite treatment services, we first come to your home and perform a thorough inspection of the affected areas as well as look for other termite activity. We then knock down termite tunnels and treat the affected areas as well as place bait stations around the structure in the ground for even better protection. Rest assured that these bait stations use dry bait as to not pose a threat to groundwater if you have a well. We will return and check these bait stations quarterly for the first year. The initial charge for the termite treatment covers all bait station visits for the first year.

This is an image of a group of termites eating a plank of wood. The image shows several light-colored termites with soft, elongated bodies and straight antennae, consuming the wood with their visible jaws and mandibles. The termites are gathered in a group, with some on the surface of the wood and others inside the wood, indicating the extent of the damage they can cause. This image offers a clear view of the destructive nature of termites and the damage they can cause to wooden structures. It can serve as a helpful visual reference for anyone trying to identify and address a termite infestation.
This image shows a custom WDI (Wood Destroying Insect) termite inspection shield

Termite Inspections for home buyers and home owners

We are fully licensed and trained for WDI termite inspections (NPMA-33). We know what we’re looking for! These inspections look for wood-destroying insects. These include termites, powder post beetles, carpenter ants, and carpenter bees.

Guaranteed Results With Our Termite Treatment

Our termite control service is guaranteed for the first year. The guarantee continues if you stay on our quarterly bait station program. This is the best way to keep termites from entering your home or other structures.

Lets Talk About Termites

The Different Types Of Termites

Things You Should Know About Termites

This is an image of a drywood termite, a type of termite species known for their preference for dry wood. The image shows a close-up view of a single light-colored termite, with six legs, a segmented body, and straight antennae. The termite is crawling on a piece of wood, with its jaws and mandibles visible as it breaks down and consumes the wood. The image provides a clear view of the physical characteristics of drywood termites, including their elongated bodies and characteristic stripes on their antennae. The presence of drywood termites in wooden structures can be a serious problem, and the image serves as a helpful visual reference for those seeking to identify and address a termite infestation.

What Do Termites Look Like?

Termites are generally 1⁄4 – ½ inches long. Their colors range from creamy white to dark brown. They have antennas and six legs. Termites may or may not have wings.

How Do I Get Rid Of Termites?

Call Aardvark Pest Pro for your termite remediation treatments. DIY home remedies are less effective than professional treatments.

Where Do Termites Come From?

Termites come from the ground, damp areas containing wood and trees.

What Are Signs of termite damage?

Termite tunnels are also called mud tubes. Discolored or buckling drywall. Small holes in drywall. Maze patterns in wood.

How to prevent termites?

Remove wood that’s touching the ground or is damp. Reduce moisture in attics, crawl spaces and around the foundation of the home or other structures. Keep stacks of firewood away from the home. Have Aardvark Pest Pro install termite bait stations around your home for added protection.
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This is an image of dampwood termites, a type of termite species known for their preference for wet or damp wood. The image shows a close-up view of several light-colored termites, each with six legs, segmented bodies, and straight antennae. The termites are crawling on a piece of wet wood, with their jaws and mandibles visible as they break down and consume the wood. The image provides a clear view of the physical characteristics of dampwood termites, including their soft, elongated bodies and the characteristic stripes on their antennae. The presence of dampwood termites in wooden structures can be a serious problem, and the image serves as a helpful visual reference for those seeking to identify and address a termite infestation.

How long can a house survive a termite infestation?

Termite infestations vary in size and duration. Termite damage may not be detectable for months or even years depending on colony size and activity.

Are termites bad for your health?

Termites aren’t known to carry diseases dangerous to humans. They can however cause allergic reactions in some cases.

Termite Resources

Frequently Asked Termite Questions

A proper termite inspection is needed to determine if there are termites in a structure. Aardvark Pest Pro have trained and licensed professionals who routinely perform Wood Destroying Insect inspections. (NPMA-33)
Termites can have devastating effects on your home or property. Since termites consume cellulose-based plant materials (wood) they can damage the structural integrity of a structure.
Winged insects randomly swarming in or around your home. Termites can also come from the soil around your home.
  • Stacks of firewood near the home
  • Damp soil around the home’s foundation.
  • Bushes or shrubs near the home
  • Wooden structures near the home in contact with damp soil
  • Proper drainage away from the house
  • Keep your gutters clean
  • Make sure entry lines into the home like utilities are tightly sealed
  • Remove firewood close to the home
There are many termite protections and termite treatments available. As a professional pest control company, we recommend termite bait stations around the perimeter of the structure for ongoing protection.
Termites feed on dead plant and tree material.
Worker termites can live up to two years. Queens can live 8+ years.
In Ohio termites are most active between March and October.
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