Chula Vista Termite Removal


In the entire world, there are more than 2,000 different types of termites. Luckily, there’s no reason for you to learn about the different types because that’s our job. Contrary to what you may think, this type of pest is beneficial to our ecosystem.



They recycle wood and plant material. However, we don’t want them when they’re consuming structural lumber. Every year tens of thousands of homes need treatments because of them


Identifying Termites


Termites are very much like the ants but much more difficult to find. Did you know that they are known as the “silent destroyers”? They are called as such for they do damage without us humans noticing and they live inside the woods of our house making it hard to locate.


The ordinary ones usually grow for about 1/2 inch. They are very hard to see with just our naked eyes. On the other hand, their Kings and Queens, grow around an inch long. Swarmers, specifically, have wings that are simpler to spot, because of the way that they will in general fly and search for areas where they can mate and home. The ordinary type has a pale delicate body. It is best to call our technicians to get rid of them before they cause problems.


Signs of Infestation

  • Damaged walls
  • Mud tubes on the walls
  • Frass(termite dropping)
  • Weakened wood
  • Clicking sounds from walls


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Termites primary food are woods. They can be seen mostly on doors and walls but they may also be seen under your wooden floor, ceilings and windows which can cause serious damage to your house. They can also feed on your clothes causing much more damage and problems to you.


People often discover they have been infested by finding damaged wood. You may also find mud tunnels extending from the ground up the woodwork. If you suspect you have termites, you can call us to schedule your termite inspection.

In some places, this pest can deal serious damage like in schools or your office. They can deal with damage to your papers and files especially the important ones. So the most important thing to do is prevent them from dealing damage before they can.


If you think you’ve been infested, give Chula Vista Pest Terminator a call at (619) 618-0778 and we’d be glad to answer any questions you have.

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