Termites

Termite Control in Brandon, FL

Termites are silent destroyers that can cause substantial damage to your home if left untreated. At PestBear, we understand this threat and are committed to providing you with solutions to help protect your home.

Our termite control services in Brandon, FL, are designed to address the unique challenges posed by drywood and subterranean termites. We don't just treat the symptoms; we get to the root of the problem.

With PestBear, you're not just getting a service— you're gaining a partner in your fight against these tiny but formidable pests. We're here to help you take back control of your home. 

To get started, call (888) 998-1845 today.

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How to Identify a Termite Problem

Identifying a termite problem before it becomes a significant issue can help you avoid expensive property repair costs. 

Subterranean Termites

Subterranean termites live underground and can build tunnels ("mud tubes") to reach food sources. These tubes are often found along the foundation of homes. If you spot mud tubes or see small, pale-colored insects in wet or damp areas, you may be dealing with subterranean termites. Other signs include soft and hollow-sounding wood, as well as unexplained cracks on internal walls.

Drywood Termites

Drywood termites, unlike their subterranean cousins, live in the wood they consume. Signs of drywood termites include tiny, ridged, wood-colored droppings around your home, often resembling sawdust or coffee grounds. Additionally, you might notice blisters on wood surfaces, which indicates an infestation beneath. 

Winged termites or discarded wings inside your house or commercial property can be a sign of a mature colony that is ready to expand. 

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What to Do When Termites Swarm Inside Your Home or Business

A termite swarm is a natural phenomenon that typically signifies the presence of a mature termite colony nearby. It happens when a large group of winged termite "swarmers," or reproductive termites, take flight to establish a new colony. Swarmers are attracted to light and are often seen around windows, doors, vents, and light fixtures. Swarms usually occur during the spring or fall, on warm and humid days, often right after a rain shower. 

While termite swarms are often seen outdoors, they can also occur indoors, especially if the existing termite colony is located within a home or business. Indoor swarms are usually a clear indication of a significant termite infestation. If you observe a large number of winged termites inside your property, they have likely established a colony within the structure itself. 

When termites swarm inside your home or business, it can be a startling and alarming experience. 

Here are some steps to take if termites swarm in your home or business:

  • Don't panic: Termites may be destructive, but they don't pose an immediate threat to your health or safety. The presence of a swarm is alarming, but remember that the solution is just a phone call away.
  • Avoid disturbing the swarm: Swarming termites are looking to start a new colony. If they're distressed, they may scatter and form multiple colonies, making treatment more difficult. 
  • Capture a few specimens: If you can safely do so, try to collect a few termites. This can help our team identify the species and determine the best course of action.
  • Document the Occurrence: Take pictures and note the time and location of the swarm. This information can be helpful for our pest control professionals.
  • Contact PestBear: As soon as you've documented the incident, contact us at (888) 998-1845. Our team can assess the situation and advise on the most effective treatment methods to rid your home or business of termites.

With PestBear, you're in safe hands. We're committed to providing effective termite control solutions in Brandon tailored to your specific situation. 

Let PestBear Take Your Home Back

At PestBear, we understand that your home is more than just a building; it's a sanctuary for you and your loved ones. We believe you should live without the worry of termite damage and the stress that these pests can cause. 

We employ integrated pest management strategies, a method that combines biological, cultural, physical, and chemical tools to identify, manage, and prevent pest infestations. Safety is our utmost priority, and our treatments are not only effective but safe for your pets and children. Our team uses eco-friendly solutions that are tough on pests but gentle on your home and family. 

Call (888) 998-1845 or contact us online to schedule an estimate for our termite control services in Brandon, FL, today.

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