Termite Extermination Services
Termite damage can cost up to $10,000 in damage.
Termites can cost a homeowner up to $10,000 in damage and costs Americans billions of dollars a year. The Bug Master has been eliminating termites for over 35 years. To start, contact us for a FREE professional termite inspection. As the leading termite control in the Austin and Central Texas area; we firmly believe that prevention ultimately saves homeowners their hard-earned money, as well as provides peace of mind.
The Bug Master has been proudly serving the Austin, Waco and Belton areas for over 35 years providing effective termite treatment for businesses and homes in Texas. We feature termite control to prevent and detect termites - as well as 3 affordable termite treatment options to exterminate those hungry pests - with 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed!
Don’t get eaten out of your home by termites. Whether you have chosen to make a preemptive strike or you have detected the telltale signs of termites in your home or surrounding structures, don’t hesitate any longer. Call the licensed termite extermination technicians at The Bug Master for a free inspection, and receive a written graph with our itemized findings and recommended treatment options today.
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How do termites get into a house?
Termites are a subterranean insect - which means they live underground, finding the points where wood from your home or structure makes contact with soil. Termites have been known to come into your house from the ground using either a small slab crack in the foundation, or in areas of constant moisture. This can happen in areas around the foundation of your house where shrubbery or inadequate drainage provides the desired constant warm moisture. Cracks and crevices of your home or any other wood structure also provide ready access for the damaging insects.
Additionally, termites find your wooden deck post and supports, porch and porch steps, as well as door frames an inviting buffet to feast upon - literally eating you out of house and home.
What questions should I ask my termite exterminator?
No two termite exterminator services are exactly alike. It is important understand the service being offered and what problem areas to look for, along with longevity and warranty of service. To obtain the most effective quality service, you should ask the termite exterminator some important key questions including:
- What areas are conducive to termites?
- How long will a treatment last?
- Is there a warranty?
Termites can destroy your home in matter of a couple of years or less. So it is of the utmost importance that attain not only preventative services and information, but experienced and licensed professional extermination backed by a warranty.
How do I know if I have a termite infestation?
The presence of termites can be difficult to detect to the untrained eye, but certainly not impossible! Some subtle signs of a termite invasion may be seeing termite swarms, piles of wings, mud tubes or tunnels, and/or dirt on sheetrock.
Once you start to notice termite damage inside the home like sagging floors, walls or ceilings; you are likely to have an infestation. The only way to be sure is to receive an inspection from one of our licensed inspectors.
Not sure what you to look or would like a free termite inspection? Please contact our knowledgeable staff at The Bug Master today.
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What Clients Are Saying
Edgar handled all of our services promptly and professionally. He went above and beyond what I expected, by helping and educating our residents. The residents were appreciative to finally have someone who cared about their problem.
-Lisa, Mission James Place Apartments
Our tech Kyle is very nice and helpful. He is always very detailed on letting us know what is going on in each apartment. Great customer service.
-Parkside Crossing Apartments
With All This Experience, We've Got You Covered
Because we've been in business for over 35 years, you can bet that we've seen a lot. Every home and business is unique, and we've got the right group of problem-solving professionals to make sure what bothers you today never bothers you again.
Rest assured that all our service professionals are licensed and bonded. Our team is current to the latest technologies and pest control methods.
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