Termite Control In AL, LA, & MS

Termite Control Process

Our technicians will inspect your property for termite activity, damage caused by termites, and conducive conditions to a termite infestation. After the inspection, your technician will discuss your treatment options and recommend the most effective termite control plan for your property. The two termite control methods we employ are termite baiting and the application of liquid termite treatments.

a technician inspecting a termite bait station in the yard of a home in new orleans

Termite Control Frequently Asked Questions

How much does termite control cost?


Pricing for termite control varies based on many different factors. To provide you with the most accurate quote, Havard will conduct a free inspection to determine the severity of the infestation, the size of the structure, and other factors. Based on their analysis of the situation a termite control treatment plan quote will be generated. 

How do I renew my termite warranty and how much does it cost?


In order to renew your termite warranty with Havard, please schedule an annual inspection so that we can evaluate your property for termite activity.

How do I know if I have a termite problem?


During seasonal peaks when termites swarm, you may see them in increased numbers on the outside of your home. You may also notice mud buildup, or tubes running along the exterior of your home. Additionally, look for cracked paint, as this can be a sign that termites have been tunneling beneath it. You can also tap along beams and boards, listening closely for any areas that may sound hollow. These steps can be repeated along the interior of the home such as crawlspaces and attics.

How can I tell the difference between a subterranean termite infestation and a Formosan one?


One of the best ways is to compare the size and shape of the termites that you see in your home. Subterranean termites are small at 1/8th of an inch in length and whitish-yellow as nymphs, maturing to a dark brown or black coloration as adults. Formosan termites grow larger, at up to ½ an inch in length, with small mandibles, and are lighter in coloration. Next, colony size can be compared. Subterranean termite colonies typically build mud tubes connecting their underground chambers to the surface to gather water. Formosan termites differ in that they build their colonies above ground, and do not have to return to the ground, instead they are able to transport moisture to their nest using constructed cartons.

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