Sun Lakes Pest Control of Chandler, AZ inspects and treats for Subterranean Termites, the most common termites that live in the Chandler and Sun Lakes areas of the Southeast Valley of Phoenix, Arizona. Subterranean termites live below the ground and can be identified by their mud tubes attached to the residences. You may find them on your foundation wall, coming through sheetrock or even hanging from the interior ceilings. If you think you have termites, give Sun Lakes Pest Control a call for a free consultation!
We offer 2 types of inspections:
1) Homeowner Inspection- Includes visual inspection Drawing or map of evidence of Infestation or Damage Worker Subterranean Termite Agreement for Structural Treatment provided by a Licensed, Bonded Technician Treatment Plan may include 6” trench around perimeter of home and/ or drilling holes into concrete patios to apply 80 to 100 gallons of Imadichloprid Termite Treatment.
2) Real Estate Transaction Inspection- This occurs when you are buying or selling a home and follows the same inspection and treatment protocol as the Homeowner Inspection with the addition of the filing of the initial findings to the Arizona Office of Pest Management. We report on conducive conditions, active, old evidence or previous treatment for Termites. Registering the application treatment with the Arizona Office of Pest Management Termite Reports http://tarf.sb.state.az.us/index.php?ckset=ok
Termite treatment includes a 1 year warranty beginning on the date of initial treatment. If re-infestation is discovered at the covered premises, Sun Lakes Pest Control will perform any further treatment it finds necessary, free of charge, for the initial and renewal terms of the agreement.
If you or any member of your household is sensitive to chemicals, or chemical odors, you should consult your doctor before chemicals are applied in, on or around your structure. Sun Lakes Pest Control treats with only products which are approved by the Arizona Department of Agriculture to be applied in the state. All of these products have received Federal registration as well.
Did you know? Subterranean Termites live in colonies from 500k to several million. You will probably never see the Queen Termite responsible for reproducing the colony but she can live up to 30 years. Worker termites are the ones you will see building the mud tubes or in interior sheetrock walls, they are blind and wingless but cause the damage to anything made of wood or wood products.
|Drywood Termiteshave a smaller colony, only about 3,000 to 5,000, with a smaller body size. Drywood Termites can live in furniture inside the home.|