Don’t Let Termites Destroy the Value of Your Home

Termite colonies can increase to about 1 million workers who can destroy 100 pounds of wood per year. In the Seattle area, termites cause, on average, $3,300 in damage per year. Subterranean termites are usually the cause of most damaged homes in Washington state. With a proper termite prevention program in place, you could save thousands in termite damage

We have been eliminating termite problems in the Seattle area since 1981. There is not one issue our pest control technicians have not been able to solve. With over 100,000 satisfied residential clients, you can rest assured that we will protect your home from a termite infestation.

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How Do I Get Rid Of Termites?

The only reliable solution to a termite problem is to launch an all-out attack. Your call to Redi National means you’ve brought in the best-trained, best-equipped Termite Control Team.

Our Termite control programs are designed to prevent infestations. Our 100% pest-free guarantee means your problem is solved for good.

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Common Termites In The Seattle Region

The subterranean termite is the most common destroyer of homes in the Seattle Region. These termites build their nest underground, and the first signs of problems are usually detected when the wood accumulates with soil or mud. These termites love softwood to avoid an infestation, and it is best to avoid building homes where the wood touches the ground.

The western drywood termite is rarely seen in Seattle but does occasionally infest homes along the coast of Washington State. You can easily detect a termite infestation from this species as they leave piles of brownish fecal pellets.

Dampwood termites, although common in Washington State are less likely to damage your home. This species of termite is much larger than the subterranean termite. As their name reflects, they love wood that is damp. You will usually find them on fallen logs, collapsed tree branches or tree stumps. If these termites do access your home, they usually hollow your support beams, which leads to a lot of headaches and frustrations.