Southland's Menifee Valley Termite and Pest is your best choice for full-service termite control in Menifee Valley.
We provide round the clock pest control solutions starting with professional termite inspections for Escrow and VA loans. Over the last 17 years, we've helped buyers and sellers with an escrow termite inspection, our local homeowners, HOAs, apartment managers, and business owners get rid of drywood and subterranean termite infestations, fungus/dry rot, carpenter bees, and other wood-destroying organisms as well as prevent re infestations.
Menifee Valley Termite and Pest Control offers low cost termite inspections and 2nd opinions in Menifee Valley, Sun City, Perris and Canyon Lake cities. The US spends $5 billion dollars exterminating and repairing damage left by termites every year. Did you know your home is 10 times more likely to be damaged by termites than by fire! Termites infest 1 in 30 homes across the country, averaging $8,174 for treatments and wood damage repairs. Homeowner’s insurance does not typically cover termite damage, leaving you to pay for the expense.
Termite escrow reports are also known as WDO report "wood destroying pests and organism inspection report." Termite inspections are ordered by the bank funding the properties loan or second mortgage. Your termite inspector will inspect the exterior of your home, paying extra attention to typical termite harborages. Menifee Valley Termite and Pest Control provides termite escrow reports for a nominal fee. If termite work is required, the fee will be credited back towards any termite work performed by Menifee Valley Termite and Pest.
Signs of a possible termite infestation include;
Termites swarm during wet or hot weather and discard wings when they find a suitable place to infest your home. Swarmer termites are commonly found near doors, windows or attic spaces.
Termite "Frass" - Small piles of hard pellets are "kicked out" from wood members.
"Mud tubes" - these termite super highways provide security for subterranean termites as they make their way into your home.
If you see any of these tell-tale signs, please contact Menifee Valley Termite and Pest Control for a termite inspection.
Your termite inspector will complete a through inspection of your home, pointing out areas of termite activity on your termite report (also known as a wood destroying organism report). Your licensed termite inspector will advise you of level of termite infestation in each area of your home and recommend the best type of treatment for your structure. Menifee Valley Termite and Pest Control offers three types of full structure treatments. Full structure tent fumigation, full structure XT-2000 Orange Oil+ treatments and full structure heat treatments, all as a primary recommendation. We also offer local or secondary spot treatments for accessible termite infestations. We offer comprehensive guarantees on all our termite control methods whether you decide to fumigate or locally treat your termites.
In addition to traditional structural fumigation, Menifee Valley Termite and Pest Control also offers heat tenting or heat "fumigation." By turning the temperature up on your termite infestation we can eliminate your pests without the use of fumigants.
Secondary treatments, or more commonly referred to as "spot" treatments, can also be utilized to eradicate small isolated infestations of termites, depending on accessibility.