Our Termite & Wood Destroying Insect Services

Insect Damage

Co-Op Exterminators can help with insect damage. National statistics claim that termites and other wood destroying insects damage over 2 million homes each year and cause over $750 million dollars worth of damage. Cooperative Exterminating can help prevent that damage!

Termite control methods have changed dramatically and Cooperative Exterminating has kept up with these exciting new changes. We've incorporated several of these advances, including Sentricon and Termidor, into our menu of termite control services.

Termite Facts

Call Co-Operative Extermination if you suspect termite damageYou might not be aware that your home is infested - termite infestations commonly go undetected until obvious signs of damage occur. A house that suffers from termite damage may qualify for compensation by insurance because it is considered to be gradual and progressive.

Owing to their wood-eating habits, many termite species can do great damage to unprotected buildings and other wooden structures. Their habit of remaining concealed often results in their presence being undetected until the timbers are severely damaged and exhibit surface changes. Once termites have entered a building, they do not limit themselves to wood; they also damage paper, cloth, carpets, and other cellulosic materials.

Proven Results

  • 100% effective termite elimination in all tests performed, with proper, professional application.
  • Proven in extensive tests in entire U.S.
    · Fast-acting, on-contact termite elimination.
  • Odor free.
  • 100% GUARANTEED.

Works Three Ways

  • Takes advantage of natural termite behavior.
  • Stations include monitoring device
  • Works three ways
    • detects termites
    • eliminates termite colonies
    • prevents reinfestation

Termite damage can be easily prevented through the use of regular inspections and treatments. Call Co-operative Extermination if you suspect you have termites. We’ll be happy to come out and inspect the premises. Areas with a high likelihood of infestation include damp areas, woodpiles and loose wooden paneling. Addressing these threats may prevent termite infestation and can save you considerable money on structural repairs.