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Protect Your Biggest Investment From Destructive Termites!

  • Did you know Houston is an area of high risk for termite infestations in Texas? If you suspect a termite infestation in your home, you should contact a professional immediately.  Termites are complex creatures that operate in a caste system -- with reproductive, soldiers, and workers all having different purposes that could affect your home. As extremely social creatures, termites aren't a fight you want to be up against on your own. Some of the most common signs of a termite infestation include:

  • Small tunnels made out of soil or dirt 

  • Blowholes in trees around your home

  • Discarded wings around windowsills 

  • Swarmers (that look like flying ants) near lights

  • Sagging floors and hollow wood 

  • Get a Termite Inspection Today

  • Because termites can survive treatments if they're misidentified, it's important to let a professional properly identify the type of termite damaging your home. There are several termite species found in Texas, including Drywood, Dampwood, Formosan, and Subterranean Termites. If you suspect an infestation but aren't sure what species of termites you may be up against, call us today for a termite inspection.

  • Liquid Treatments vs. Bait Stations

  • Here at Houston we pride ourselves on using the best products to deliver the best results. While some companies choose to use low-protection baits that save them money, we use liquid treatments to ensure you get the most effective treatment possible. How does this treatment method work?

  • We repel termite colonies with liquid treatments, rather than inviting them near your home like baits do. 

  • With baits, termites can still bypass monitoring systems and get to your home - causing damage. 

  • With liquid treatments, we create a barrier zone around your home that termites can't penetrate! 

  • Spot Treatment

  • Here at Houston Termite & Pest Control, we understand you don't want to spend an arm and a leg to protect your home from termites. Have no fear -- we are always willing to offer discounts to help you save big. Right now, we are currently offering spot treatments, so you don't have to worry about breaking the bank to protect your home from damaging termites!

  • Satisfaction Guarantee With Our Termite Warranty

  • The best part of our termite services? We guarantee all of our termite treatments with a full twelve-month warranty. A single treatment typically eliminates your termite problem and is guaranteed to keep your home free from these destructive pests for a full year. If you think your home may be infested by termites, don’t wait any longer -- give us a call today to get started.

Signs of Termite Infestations

​Two of the most destructive types of termites found locally in Houston, Texas, and up through the are Subterranean Termites and Drywood Termites. Subterranean and drywood termites both need food and some moisture to survive although dry wood termites need less moisture. Subterranean termites live in the soil and can create large colonies. In the springtime, a swarm of winged termites leaves the colony to search for a new place to attack. If you see swarmers flying around your neighborhood, this is a sure sign of an infestation, especially if you see them close around your property. Other signs include the presence of mud tubes on your property which are straw-like tubes going up from the ground. In contrast, Drywood termites live within the wood with no soil contact and have a small number in their colony. A sign of a dry wood termite infestation is sand-like fecal pellets that may fall from the ceiling or furniture. If you are seeing any of these signs of a termite infestation, you may need professional termite control assistance.