Termite Control Services
Nationwide, termites cost U.S. home and property owners an estimated $6 billion each year by destroying crops and wooden structures. An average-sized termite colony can destroy more than a cubic foot of wood per year.
While many people think New England is too cold for termites to survive, the truth is that New England homes ARE susceptible to termites. Fortunately, when termites are detected early and intervention is implemented quickly, termites can be easily controlled.
If you are buying (or already own) a home and need a termite real estate inspection, keeping it termite free should be a priority. Yankee Pest Control inspectors are trained and experienced in completing inspections for VA and FHA home loans to make your home buying process as efficient and friendly as possible.
Yankee Pest Control termite treatment
Our Healthy Home & Yard Premium program includes a baiting program for Eastern Subterranean termites.
During the initial service of your Healthy Home Protection Plan, a specialized termite service technician will install an Advance® Termite Bait System (TBS) for continuous long-term protection for your home. This system is always on protecting your home from foraging new termites.
In addition to your scheduled pest management services, the TBS will be serviced based on the frequency of the termites feeding pattern at your home.
Give Us a Call
Call us to schedule your in-home evaluation. Our staff will keep your home and yard healthy by keeping it pest-free.
What Our Customers Are Saying
“From my initial call for a simple inspection to the inspection itself this company was nothing short of amazing. Fantastic customer service, pleasant and knowledgeable staff, they want to help you the consumer. Would definitely use again and highly recommend!”
“Couple weeks ago I had a mouse issue and after couple visits from Yankee Pest Control, I can now finally say they are gone. Big thanks to Ed Johnson for the great job and a very throughout inspection of my condo also educating me on how the mouse situations was being treated.”
After placement of traps, which no mice took the bait. A tech found the one hole that they were coming in through and he patched it up.”