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Treating Termites in Utah

Unfortunately for homeowners, Utah is the home to both the Arid-Land subterranean termite and the Eastern subterranean termite. Both can create devastating amounts of damage if left unchecked. Luckily there are methods of detecting and treating termite issues. EcoLife specializes in these methods and we are happy to help you find a solution to your termite problem.

Statistics show that damage caused by termites is far more likely than damage from fire or storms. Termites can cause major damage to your home. By the time you see a termite swarm or other signs of a termite infestation the problem  could already be out of control. EcoLife’s skilled technicians can protect your home from termite infestation and damage.

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What if I find termites on or near my property?

Don’t disturb the termites as it might cause them to move to a new location that is difficult to locate. Contact us today and we can perform a full comprehensive inspection of your property and help identify the right treatment.

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When it comes to termites, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Termites can often be confused with other home pests, so it’s important to rely on a trained expert to know exactly what you’re dealing with. Contact Ecolife today to order our comprehensive Termite Inspection service so you can make sure your investment is protected.

Termite Bait Stations

One of our services include installation and monitoring of termite base stations. Correct installation and maintenance is important in addressing a known termite problem and can significantly improve your chances of eliminating the pests where they live and preventing future home damage. Contact us today to sign up for this service or to get more information on our services.

Termite Treatment

Let our licensed experts help you protect your home with our Termite Treatment program. With this program, our experts create a strategically positioned trench around your home and fill it with termiticide in a safe way that protects your home while being safe for your family and pets. Contact us today for more details and find out how easy it can be to protect your home.

Utah Termite FAQs

Q: My next-door neighbor has termites and is going to have his house treated. I’ve been told that the termites will attack my house next. Should my house also be treated?

A: Termites move randomly through the soil searching for a source of food (wood). They do not have the ability to know exactly where your house is. So, if your next-door neighbor treats his home for termites, your house does not automatically need to be treated. However, if there are active termite infestations in your neighborhood, it is a good idea to have your home inspected. The construction and condition of a house are major factors in susceptibility to termite infestations.

Q: I found termites in landscape timbers (firewood and wood mulch) in my yard. Should I have my house treated?

A: Just because you have termites in your yard does not mean that you need to treat your house. In fact, it makes sense to let the termites feed on the landscape timbers, firewood or wood mulch because they won’t be searching for another source of wood. You should; however, move these sources of wood so they are not next to the house or other wood structures. Inspecting your house regularly for signs of termites is also a good idea.

Arid-land subterranean termites
Eastern subterranean termites
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