Termites in Attic

Colonies of this social insect occur in sound, dry wood. Workers share food with the other members of the colony. The Tunnels or galleries which house the colony are produced by workers in dry, cured wood are clean and free of debris. Tunnels can run across the grain of the wood. Those reaching the wood surface end in “kick” holes, where you will see fecal pellets or droppings from the colony and pile up below infested wood area. If you see pellets and or something flying, it could be a termite alate, drywood termite swarmer’s have a red head and subterranean termites have a black head. We can use products that can infect a termite and it is an advanced undetectable liquid technology. That means termites cannot see, smell, taste, or avoid it. Instead, they contact, ingest and share it; they are completely unaware that doing so inevitably will kill them if done right and if the product is in every gallery “Transfer Effect™ with Termidor.

Rat removal in wall.

How to find a dead rat in a wall!

Results from rat traps.

Rats carry several diseases. Protect yourself before it gets out of hand.

Rodent Trapping and baiting

We set traps inside and bait stations outside. This creates many defensive barriers.

Bee Hive in Attic

You can see for a few seconds in the video how big the hive was. We ended up treating the hive with a special pyrethrin aerosol which knocked down the bees fairly quickly. We then removed the hive in the attick that way the honey would not melt or rot.

Rats in a BBQ!

Well, this was a fun task. I had a Real Estate agent call me saying that one of their homes on the market had a family of rats nesting in the barbecue. To my surprise, she was right as you could see in the video. I ended up sealing all of the entry points with expansion foam and steel whool to exclude these nasty rats from re-entering for some free rent.

Rats carry many diseases such as Hantavirus, Typhus, Salmonella, and Rat Bite Fever. It is important to sanitize and clean any areas where they have been nesting because if you contact or are around rodent activity, you could be in for a surprise.

New Website!

We just wanted to let you know that we have a brand, spank-en… new website! We wanted to thank the boys over at Lift22 Creative for all their hard work. We love it!