You love your home, and unfortunately so do termites. Detecting a termite problem is difficult because termites stay hidden below ground or within walls. Termites often become a problem before you even know they’re there.
We offer termite treatments for new construction homes, beginning with a pre-treatment throughout all phases of construction. West Termite has several levels of treatments to help control most situations. Our trained experts will inspect your building and help determine the right treatment plan for termites.
West takes protecting your home from termites seriously. Our damage protection plan is one of the best in the industry. With all of our treatment plans, our trained professionals will perform a yearly inspection (quarterly inspection for bait systems) to identify problem issues before they become a problem.
Termite Treatment Options
West Termite, Pest & Lawn can provide pre-construction Eastern Subterranean Termite control whether you are adding on to your existing home or building multiple new homes per year.
If you are having termite problems or are selling your existing home and need a termite policy as a condition of sale, we can help with a post-construction Eastern Subterranean Termite treatment.
TERMITE BAITING SYSTEM
Termite baiting system is available for homeowners that prefer this method of protection or where conventional treatment isn’t practical.
TERMIDOR HP 2
This is a new revolutionary Termidor delivery system that can be used where homeowners do not wish for patios and porches to be drilled (Oklahoma currently still requires drilling).
Moisture is one of the most conducive conditions associated with termite activity, wood moisture damage and wood destroying fungus growth. Controlling the moisture level in the crawl space area is very important in the fight against termite infestation, West can help with this problem in several different ways.
West can install a Polyethylene barrier to help control moisture.
ATMOX CONTROL SYSTEM
West termite is a certified
These can be added where vents are placed low enough on your home that excess moisture can enter during wet weather.
Installing new vents that open and close automatically with temperature change.