Reliable Termite Control Services in Napa, Sonoma & Marin Counties

Termites pose a unique—but serious—risk to your property. Although they are not known for spreading disease like other pests, such as rodents or cockroaches, termites can cause significant structural damage to your home or commercial building. Remediating termite damage can be costly, time-consuming, and disruptive to your everyday life or business operations. 

At We Care Pest Solutions, we help customers throughout the Bay Area who are dealing with minor and major termite infestations. Our comprehensive range of pest control services includes effective solutions for ridding properties of termites and preventing future infestations. If you need termite control in Santa Rosa or any of the surrounding areas, give us a call right away.

You can reach us by phone at (707) 988-5780 or here on our website. We offer same-day services and estimates on most projects.

Identifying Termites: Types and Threats in the Bay Area

The United States has three different types of termites, all of which can be found in Sonoma County, Napa County, Marin County, and throughout the Bay Area. 

The three different types of termites in the Bay Area include: 

  • Dampwood Termites: The aptly named dampwood termite gets its name from its preferred colony location: damp, decaying wood. Dampwood termites are relatively large in size, anywhere from 20 to 25 mm long, and have big heads with noticeable pincers, or mandibles, on the front. In California, Dampwood termites are more commonly found along the coast and will make their colonies in damp or decaying wood on the ground, rather than in the soil.
  • Drywood Termites: Drywood termites are generally more destructive than dampwood termites but less destructive than subterranean termites. Like dampwood termites, drywood termites nest in and feed on wood. But, rather than damp or decaying wood, drywood termites prefer dry wood, including the wooden structures that make up homes and commercial buildings.  
  • Subterranean Termites: As their name suggests, subterranean termites prefer to nest underground, rather than in the wood on which they feed. Though they are smaller than dampwood and drywood termites, subterranean termites can live in large colonies comprising hundreds of thousands of individual insects. As such, they can be immensely destructive.

All three types of termites are common throughout California, including in Santa Rosa and the surrounding areas. While most termite infestations consist of various drywood species, you could also have an infestation of dampwood or subterranean termites. 

Preventative Measures for Termite Control

Preventing termite infestations is just as important as treating existing ones. Our expert team at We Care Pest Solutions can provide you with a range of preventative measures to protect your home from termites. By implementing these measures, you can avoid costly damage and potential headaches in the future.

Some preventative measures for termite control include:

  • Regular termite inspections
  • Moisture control to prevent termite attraction
  • Proper ventilation in crawl spaces and attics
  • Sealing cracks and crevices in your home's foundation
  • Using termite-resistant materials during construction or renovations

Don't wait until it's too late - take proactive steps to protect your home from termite damage today.

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How to Tell If You Have a Termite Infestation 

The exact signs of a termite infestation depend somewhat on the type of termite. However, there are some common signs that indicate you have a termite problem.

You may have a termite infestation if you have noticed any of the following: 

  • Visible signs of wood damage, such as crumbling
  • Small holes in drywall 
  • Discolored, drooping, or otherwise damaged drywall 
  • Wooden floorboards that are excessively squeaky
  • Buckling or damaged wooden or laminate floors 
  • Windows or doors that often get stuck or won’t open/close
  • Piles of termite wings (which may look like fish scales) in your home or business
  • Termite pellet mounds (which may look like small piles of salt/pepper)
  • Peeling paint, loosened tiles, and other signs of moisture damage 
  • Maze-like patterns on wooden furniture, walls, or floors 
  • Mud tubes on or around the foundation of your home or property 
  • Visible termites or termite swarms inside or anywhere on your property 

If you have noticed any signs of a termite infestation, the best thing you can do is to contact a professional pest control company right away. At We Care Pest Solutions, we provide fast, effective solutions designed to eradicate termites and prevent future problems.  

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Termite Control Techniques 

There are many different treatments used to control termites. At We Care Pest Solutions, we utilize integrated pest management (IPM), which combines numerous methods for lasting termite control. 

First, we’ll assess the scale of the infestation before designing a customized treatment plan. Depending on the size of the infestation, the type of termite in your home or business, and other factors, we may use a combination of environmental control, habitat management, chemical treatments, and other eco-friendly solutions meant to prevent termite establishment, reproduction, and distribution. 

All our termite control techniques are highly effective and low-risk for humans, pets, the environment, and non-targeted organisms. Our technicians receive ongoing training and are fully licensed and insured for your peace of mind. We strive for complete customer satisfaction with every job we complete; if you are not happy with our work for any reason, just let us know, and we’ll do everything possible to make it right. 

Schedule an Appointment for Termite Control Today

If you’re dealing with termites at your home or commercial property, don’t wait to request an appointment with We Care Pest Solutions. The sooner you schedule termite control services in Santa Rosa, the more you reduce your risk of significant structural damage and other termite-related problems. 

Our team is standing by, ready to take your call. We offer estimates and same-day service—reach out to us today to learn how we can help you! 

Call (707) 988-5780 or contact us online.

Pest Control FAQ

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Check out our pest control FAQ to find answers to commonly asked questions. Can't find the answer you need? Give us a call at 707-988-5780 today!

  • How do you get termites anyway?

    There are many ways that termites can enter a home. They can come in through cracks in the foundation or holes in the wood. Sometimes termites will build their own tunnels to get into a house. They can also come in on firewood or other wood that is brought inside.

  • Do termites make any noise?

    Yes, termites can make noise. They do this by hitting their abdomen against the ground. This makes a drumming noise that is used to communicate with other termites.

  • How are termites controlled?

    Termites are not a pest that can be effectively treated by most homeowners.

    Our licensed pest control technicians can recommend a termite control strategy depending on many factors, including the area of Northern California that you live in, the size of your infestation, the termite species present, and your home’s construction.

  • How difficult are termites to treat?

    We Care Pest Solutions has the training, expertise, and up-to-date technologies to properly exterminate termite infestations throughout the North Bay.

  • Are there different kinds of termites?

    There are three kinds of termites in the United States: dampwood termites, drywood termites, and subterranean termites. Dampwood termites usually live in heavily forested areas, as they prefer damp or wet wood, whereas drywood termites prefer extremely dry wood. Subterranean termites require moist environments and mainly live in the soil.

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