protect your home with effective termite control

The integrity of your home is the lifeline of your family. That’s why Aruza is proud to offer you state-of-the-art treatment methods for termite treatment and prevention.

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How it Works

Eliminate termites before they even find your home. At Aruza, we eradicate colonies differently. Our colony elimination system gets rid of individual workers, decreases the amount of food the colony can gather, and stops the queen from producing eggs.

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Home Inspection

Service pro inspects interior/exterior for signs of termite activity.

Liquid Injection

Service pro injects Termidor HP around the base of the home, creating a seamless liquid barrier.

Install Stations

Service pro strategically installs Trelona colony elimination stations ever 15ft around home's perimeter.

Annual Warranty

Service pro inspects and replaces consumed Trelona cartridges and treats any new visible activity.

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100% Effective termite treatments

Trelona Eliminates
Colonies Faster.

In a study performed on 50 homes with termite activity, Trelona was found to be 100% effective - eliminating activity at ALL 50 homes.

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100% of termites controlled in 3 months!

Termidor HP Injections Reliably Eliminates Termites

The Termidor Transfer Effect delivers devastating results to termite colonies, eliminates termites from the infested structure, and maximizes structural protection.

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Termites: Hidden Invaders of Your Home!

Termites might be tiny, but their impact can be colossal. These wood-destroying insects are a homeowner's nightmare, causing billions of dollars in damage every year in the U.S alone. In this article, we will explore everything from termite damage to termite treatment cost and how you can protect your home from these hidden invaders.

What Are Termites?

Termites are social insects that live in colonies and mainly feed on cellulose, a vital component in wood. Unlike other insects, they can efficiently break down cellulose thanks to special microbes in their stomachs that exist in a symbiotic relationship. This makes them excellent decomposers in nature but a significant problem for homeowners with wooden structures.

The Unseen Damage

Termite damage is often challenging to detect until it's too late. These tiny creatures tunnel through wood, eating away at it from the inside out. Over time, they can compromise the structural integrity of your home, leading to costly repairs. The first signs might include sagging floors, hollowed-out wood, or even the appearance of winged termites inside the house.

Termite Inspection

If you suspect termites, it's time for a professional termite inspection. A skilled inspector will thoroughly examine your home using special equipment, identifying the extent of the infestation and the type of termites causing the damage. An inspection is crucial not just for those who suspect an issue but also as a preventive measure to catch problems early.

How to Get Rid of Termites

If termites are discovered, immediate action is needed. Here's a look at how to get rid of termites:

  1. Professional Treatment: This is usually the most effective way to eliminate termites. A professional pest control company will employ proven methods tailored to your specific situation, often involving liquid treatments, bait systems, or a combination of both.
  2. DIY Solutions: While not as effective as professional treatment, there are over-the-counter products available for minor infestations. It's essential to follow instructions carefully, as improper use can actually end up making the situation worse.
How much does a termite treatment cost?

The termite treatment cost can vary greatly depending on the extent of the infestation, the method of treatment, and the size of your property. On average, homeowners can expect to spend between $500 and $2500 for professional treatment. Though it might seem like an investment, it pales in comparison to the potential cost of repairing significant termite damage.

Termite Prevention

The best way to deal with termites is to prevent them in the first place. Here are some effective termite prevention strategies:

  • Regular Inspections: Regular termite inspections by professionals can catch an infestation early, saving you money in the long run.
  • Reduce Moisture: Termites thrive in damp environments. Fixing leaks and ensuring proper drainage can make your home less appealing to them.
  • Use Treated Wood: If building or renovating, consider using treated wood that's resistant to termites.
  • Maintain a Clear Perimeter: Keep mulch, firewood, and other cellulose materials away from the foundation of your home to reduce the risk of attracting termites.

Termites are silent destroyers, capable of causing extensive and costly damage to your home. Whether you're concerned about existing termite damage or want to take proactive steps for termite prevention, professional inspection and treatment are key.

Don't wait until it's too late! Contact us today for a termite inspection and take the crucial first step in protecting your most valuable asset – your home. Remember, in the battle against termites, early detection and action are your best allies.

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