At D-Bug Pest Control, we have been helping homeowners get rid of termites since 1939. Even better, our termite treatments also prevent termites from invading your home in the future. Our termite control experts are knowledgeable, thoroughly-trained, and ready to put a stop to your infestation. D-Bug Pest Control is your best bet for effective termite control services in Western Pennsylvania.
How To Know If You Have Termites
Termites are notorious for working quickly. If you find out you have termites, you need to act fast. Not quite sure if you have termites? A professional termite inspection is always the best way to determine if you have an infestation; however, there are a few warning signs you can look for yourself. Some common indicators of a termite infestation are:
- Discarded wings
- Mud tubes on walls or foundation
- Wood damage
- Hollow-sounding floors or furniture
If any of these signs sound or look familiar, you could have termites. Call us at 724-537-3671 to discuss getting a professional inspection.
Protect Your Home With Our Long-Lasting Termite Treatments
Your home is your biggest investment. Is it protected from costly termite damage? Whether termites have already invaded your home or you simply want to prevent a future infestation, D-Bug Pest Control is here to help. When you partner with us for our termite control services, we will:
- Conduct a thorough inspection of your home to search for signs of termite activity or termite damage.
- Craft a custom treatment plan based on your preferences.
- Install a Sentricon Termite Baiting System around the exterior of your house for thorough protection.
- Return in six months to ensure termites are gone for good.
- Implement yearly renewals for long-lasting protection.
Trust Your Local Termite Control Experts
We have been providing exceptional termite control in Western Pennsylvania since 1939. As a locally-owned business, we become experts on the termites that invade our area. We know exactly what kind of treatments work - and don’t. Our local expertise is available in several areas throughout the state, including: