Termite Control

Termites Active in Florida 24/7 All Year Round


Termites pose a greater threat to your home than fires, floods or hurricanes. Is your home being attacked by Termites, eating through wood, flooring, and even wallpaper undetected?

Better safe than sorry, contact us today for do it yourself termite treatment products and advice, or let us do it for you with our professional no-tent treatments.


Let our licensed, insured and experienced technicians visit you for a totally FREE No Obligation Inspection and honest assessment. We can offer you all of the best treatment options to suit your needs and budget.

Termites cause over $7 billion dollars in damage to homes across the United States every year. Florida accounts for close to 1/3 of that damage.


Although they are more “visible” during their Spring “Swarm Season”, the problem is ongoing. They continue to destroy 24 hours per day, every day.


The average American will suffer nine thousand dollars in damages to their home before they realize they have a problem. Whether your home is infested with Drywood or Subterranean termites, you will need service fast!

The appearance of a swarm of what you would call “flying ants”, especially near light sources. Most prevalent in Spring.


Mud tubes: Subterranean termites build pencil-thick tunnels of mud and earth across exposed areas.

Visible Damage: Cracked or distorted paint on wood surfaces.Tiny holes in wood surfaces. Wood may have a hollow sound wen tapped.Sunken or rippled wall coverings Look for dirt in the wood, which indicates termite damage rather than simply water damage.


Discarded Wings: You may find small piles of wings in spider webs and on surfaces around your home’s foundation, like window sills.


Termite Droppings: After consuming wood, drywood termites often leave behind frass or droppings. These tiny fecal mounds often indicate a nearby termite infestation. Often mixed with sawdust from the wood. May have a musty odor.


Termite Trivia

1. Termites have been around since the time of the dinosaurs!
2. Even the White House and the Statue of Liberty have had termite problems in recent years!
3. Termite colonies eat non-stop, 24 hours a day, seven days a week!
4. The total weight of all termites in the world is more than the weight of all humans in the world!
5. Termites do NOT sleep – ever!

No Tent Treatments

If possible, No Tent Treatment is a great solution, that is both easier and very cost effective. We offer a FREE NO Obligation and honest assessment to determine what treatment is best for your situation. Seal all entry points that are accessible for rodents to invade a home or building. This can also involved replacing contaminated insulation.

Termite Prevention Spot Treatments

Do it yourself termite control is difficult to accomplish because of the physical limitations of spot treatments. Localized spot treatments using pest control products serve as a remedial termite control method, but unlike no-tent treatments it offers no guarantee for drywood termite elimination. This is because spot treatments can only be applied to accessible areas where drywood termite activity has been visibly detected. Therefore, spot treatments only affect the termites in the immediate area that is treated. Do It Yourself termite control can be tricky, since spot treatments suffer these limitations and damage can continue unseen.

The primary benefits of spot treatments for termite control are cost and convenience. Spot treatments are significantly less expensive than whole structure heat treatment or fumigation and don’t require you to vacate the structure. The downside of spot treatments is that they are significantly less reliable in achieving total eradication.

The success of spot treatments is heavily dependent on the ability to locate all termite activity. This can be difficult to determine in areas that are inaccessible, such as behind walls. However, this method is often ideal if it is determined that the termite activity is isolated or confined to a specific detectable and accessible area.

We are your source for pest control supplies and expert advice on best practices for DIY pest control.

AAA Pest Control
1395 E Oakland Park Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334
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