Termite Control

With the proper use of termite treatment methods and techniques, Termike Pest Control can control and remove subterranean, dampwood and drywood termites infesting homes.

Subterranean Termite

Most subterranean termite control is done by applying either termiticides to the soil or termite monitoring bait stations in or around the structure. The goal is to establish a continuous insecticide barrier between the termite colony (usually in the soil) and wood in a building. Sometimes, there may be a secondary termite colony above the soil (in the roof or other areas with a constant moisture supply) that requires additional treatment. The termite baits do not leave a residual chemical in the soil. However, they can reduce and may eliminate a termite colony. While this method of controlling termites is very appealing because it does not require extensive site preparation such as drilling or trenching and extensive application of insecticide to the soil or structure, research is still ongoing to develop the most effective baits and delivery systems.

Drywood Termite

If the inspection finds evidence of drywood termites, you have several options, depending on the degree of infestation. Fumigation and heating of the entire house are the only choices that ensure eradication in the entire structure. If the infestation is contained in a small area, local or spot control may be effective; however, hidden infestations in other parts of the structure will not be eradicated.

Structure vs. Localized or Spot Treatments

All dry wood termite control methods can be categorized as either whole-structure or localized. A whole-structure treatment is defined as the simultaneous treatment of accessible and inaccessible infestations within a structure. A localized or spot treatment is more restrictive and is often applied to a single board or small group of boards. Homeowners are advised to know the distinction between whole-structure and spot treatments when deciding which method to select because all treatment methods are not equivalent.

Whole-structure treatments have an advantage over spot treatments in that they are not detection dependent. This means whole-structure treatments, if applied properly, can eliminate all infestations, even hidden ones. With the unreliability of current detection methods, there is always some doubt as to the extent of dry wood termite colony boundaries within homes. Consequently, one can never be sure that all infestations have been treated.

Fumigation as a Whole Structure Treatment

Fumigation is the process where insects are eliminated from a structure with the use of lethal gas. Fumigations are carried out using essentially one chemical: Sulfuryl Fluoride. This gas is odorless, colorless and leaves no residue. Therefore, prior to the fumigation, applicators introduce trace amounts of Chloropicrin. Chloropicrin (a warning agent) has a strong odor and will cause respiratory and eye irritation.

Termite & Pest Control in Southern California


Serving in Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County

Termike Pest Control provides your home and business termite and pest control services. We have the experience, technology, and manpower necessary to handle pest and termite service. Also, under Termike Pest Control warranty, we guarantee that our products or services will be provided and performed as promised. For more information or to schedule a free estimate, please get in touch with our office at (714) 222-1326 today!

3 Years Guarantee

We pack most of our service plans with a 3-years warranty. We guarantee the results of our treatment every time. But if pest activity occurs within three years of treatment, please let us know, and we will gladly return and re-treat for free. 

Professional, Reliable, and the great prices. They take good care of their customers and are honest technicians that will provide an overall great service. I highly recommend going with Termike Pest Control!

MattGlendale, CA

I'm happy from the service and the price as well, they have good technicians and the fumigation team toke care of my plants around the house also I like how they walk throw the job in details before starting.

RickyChino Hills

Highly recommend it, quick response and very reliable. A big plus is that they are very knowledgeable in the area.

SergioEl Monte

We offer you the first step in treating termites. A free inspection!
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Our licensed inspector will detect any damage caused by termites, locate the infested areas, and customize a treatment plan for your home or business. To get started, take benefit of our free inspection offer and call us today!