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Termite Control

About Termite Control

Overview of Termite Control

Termites pose a persistent threat to homes and businesses in New Hampshire, thriving in environments characterized by dampness and wood accessibility. The climate in this region, with its cold winters and humid summers, creates conditions conducive to termite activity. These destructive insects are particularly drawn to structures with wood components, such as framing, subfloors, and attics. Within homes and businesses, termites often establish nests in concealed areas like basements and crawl spaces, where the moisture content is higher. In some cases, termite infestations go unnoticed until significant structural damage has occurred.

To effectively address termite infestations in New Hampshire, it’s crucial to implement preventative measures. Regular inspections for signs of termite activity, such as mud tubes and hollow-sounding wood, can help identify potential issues early on. Additionally, maintaining proper ventilation and addressing moisture problems, such as leaky pipes or inadequate drainage, can reduce the attractiveness of structures to termites. Professional pest control services in New Hampshire offer comprehensive termite treatments, including soil treatments and barrier installations, to protect homes and businesses from these wood-destroying pests.


Our Termite Control Program

Termite Control Program

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  • Inspection to make sure you have Termites
  • Install an Advanced Baiting Termite System. We will install Termite Bait Stations around the exterior of your home. Termites will feed on the bait and bring it back to the colony
  • We will treat any affected areas and the termite mud tubes with a liquid Termiticide
  • Program comes with a 1-year warranty

5 Things That
Attract Termites

Avoid and Monitor These Things To Help Prevent Termites In Your Home & Business

Wooden Structures

Termites are attracted to wooden structures, providing a ready source of food and nesting material.

Excess Moisture

Termites thrive in moist environments, making properties with water issues more susceptible to infestations.

Cellulose Rich Materials

Termites are drawn to cellulose-rich materials like paper and untreated wood, increasing the risk of infestations.

Poor Ventilation

Inadequate ventilation creates conditions conducive to termite activity, raising the risk of infestations in concealed areas.

Property Abutting Excess Soil

Structures in direct contact with soil, without a proper barrier, are at higher risk of termite infestations, as termites easily access wood components for feeding and nesting.

Entry Methods: Termites

Where are common locations for entry?


Controlling termites in New Hampshire involves a proactive approach focused on prevention and early detection.

  1. Regular inspections for signs of termite activity, including mud tubes, damaged wood, and discarded wings, are crucial for early intervention.
  2. Ensure proper ventilation and address moisture issues, such as leaky pipes and inadequate drainage, as termites are attracted to damp environments.
  3. Implement preventive measures like maintaining a gap between soil and wood structures, using termite-resistant materials, and treating wood surfaces with protective coatings.
  4. Using our professional pest control services will play a pivotal role in termite management, offering specialized treatments such as soil applications and barrier installations to create a protective shield around homes and businesses.

Combining these steps provides a comprehensive strategy for termite control, safeguarding structures and minimizing the risk of extensive damage.


When seeing pests, find out where they are getting in or give us a call!


Fixing entry method points so pests can no longer have access into your home or business.


By always being proactive of what attracts pests and keeping a clean environment.

Enjoy Your Home Totally Pest Free

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