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Termite Control in OKC:
In Oklahoma City, Subterranean Termites are a common occurrence. You may see them in the firewood next to your home and wonder if they are actually in your home’s structure. There are easy ways to secure your home from a future infestation or remediate an existing infestation.
Here are a few things to look for when determining if your home is at risk:
>1) Do I have wood, such as firewood or an untreated deck, sitting against or connected to my home?
>2) Do I have soft or rotting wood around my doors and windows where moisture could have softened the frames?
>3) Is the soil around my home higher than my foundation? These are a few conditions which are conducive to termite infestations. If you have these conditions, you will need a pest control professional to help you make a good plan to ensure your home safe from future infestations.
How do I know if I already have termites?
The best way to know if you have termites is visible evidence. Generally, termites start swarming in Oklahoma City in the middle of April. When you see them on your home, they are there to find a location to start a new colony.
Look for mud tunnels from the soil going upward across the foundation to where the wooden structure is. Termites build these tunnels for protection from the sun which will dry them out.
Sighting “frass” or termite fecal pellets is a sure sign of an infestation. These are commonly on window sills, will look like sand and be slightly multicolored.
Look for openings to tunnels that may protrude from exposed wood, especially moist wood, and look for soft places on walls. If you have seen the signs of an active termite infestation or if you are unsure, call a pest control professional.