Raleigh Termite Control

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Do you need termite control in Raleigh NC? Hire our Raleigh Termite Exterminators, we have decades of experience dealing with termite infestations. Termites can be very costly to both old home and new homes, it’s imperative to have your home inspected for a termite infestation, thankfully we offer Free Termite Inspections for homeowners in the triangle area. A termite inspection will make sure you’re home is protected, a home is a huge life time investment,  protect that investment with a termite treatment  pest control plan to keep away this nasty bugs before they enter your home. We service all areas near Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, Raleigh NC.

Free Termite Inspections

Yes. We offer free termite inspections. Call today to schedule yours and protect your home from a termite infestation.

Termite Control Experts

TERMITE CONTROL
Termites are notorious, and it’s no surprise that entomology departments receive more calls about termites than any other household insect. Termites are serious pets whose control is best left to the professionals, and the first step in termite control is to be on the alert for termites. Some of the ways to determine if you have termites are listed below:
• Examine by probing exposed wood for hollow spots
• Identify termite swarms
• Stay alert for termite droppings which look like small, ridged, wood-colored pellets
• Watch out for wings of the same size shredded near entry points of your home
Termite infestation should have you worried especially since they constitute totaling $5 billion upwards per year, making them a major threat to investment. In addition, insurance plans don’t cover termite attacks.
To control the spread of termites after infestation, there are two major procedures:
• Termite Baits
• Termite Liquid Insecticides (Termicides)

 

Our Google Reviews

Drew was very polite and easy to get in touch with
Crystal Moore
Crystal Moore
19:58 18 Jan 17
Right on time. Very informative. Knowledgeable about everything I asked. Excellent customer service. Would highly recommend.
Lisa Fisher
Lisa Fisher
21:25 28 Feb 17
They do great work and are always so nice! The only negative thing a could say is that I wish the service were a bit cheaper. However, sometimes you get what you pay for.
Leah Flick
Leah Flick
21:10 14 May 20
very professional and good to work with. Working hard to make sure we are critter free.
Cindy Milling
Cindy Milling
16:38 21 Feb 17
We've been with Go-Forth for about a month now. Drew has been super professional and efficient. Our problem with roaches and ants seems to be completely under control. I've only seen two roaches (GROSS) in our home since his first treatment and they were both dead on their backs. Not a single ant since the first treatment. Outstanding! Looks no further 🙂
Kate Baker
Kate Baker
20:56 20 Nov 17
Although he came later than he said he would, when he arrived he was honest and knowledgeable which was appreciated.
David Dimov
David Dimov
20:27 17 Feb 20
After bending over backwards to get me to sign a year long contract. I was not pleased with constant tardiness of appointments and treatments that were hastily performed. We experienced a rise in our normal spider and insect interaction because of the way the treatment was done it chased the insects inside our home. I was very disappointed at first but upon hearing my concerns, Go-Forth showed me that customer satisfaction was of high priority for them. I can truly say that my opinion of this company has been changed through their willingness to not just take my money but also earn my money!
Makeba Hedgepeth
Makeba Hedgepeth
16:05 01 Feb 18
On time and was very helpful explaining the service very professional. I would recommend Go-Forth to any of my family I have contracted them to do monthly service .
Wayne Harris
Wayne Harris
21:19 03 Oct 17
Drew is absolutely exceptional! Go Forth is a dependable and reliable extermination service and we are thorougly satisfied. I would recommend them for any of pest problems you may have. They'll be at your door at no time.
Kababish Cafe
Kababish Cafe
13:40 01 May 17
I was having problems with house centipedes and called for someone to come out and treat the house. John arrived on time and new exactly what bug I was referring to. He has to be one of the nicest people I’ve ever encountered and informed me of everything he was doing and what to expect. I haven’t seen any more centipedes so I’m a happy camper!!
Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams
22:59 14 Nov 19

 

LIQUID TERMICIDES
Barrier termite treatments are designed to prevent the entry of termites into the structure, and these treatments are aimed at preventing termites inside the structure from getting to the soil to reach the moisture they need to survive.
If you choose a liquid termite method, it gives you faster results, and you can apply the finished solution close to the termite infestation. If there is an existing termite infestation, applying a liquid termiticide may mean drilling is involved. Drilling past concrete or a slab and pumping the volume of finished solution needed to setup a termite barrier may be too difficult for the home owner thus the services of an expert would be needed.

On the other hand, if there is a crawl space clearance you only need drench around your home, doing this would make the termite work much easier.
With repellant termiticides, any of the smallest gaps in the treated soil can be detected and used by the termites to gain entry into the building, and this is why non-repellant which are an advancement over repellant termiticides are popular. Non-repellant termiticides are undetectable by termites- they can’t see, smell, taste or avoid them.
Since the chemical barrier pesticides which are currently available are short-lived, in some cases, no more than 5-8 years, the idea behind using chemical barrier treatment as a sole means of termite removal has been challenged by baits designed for termites.

TERMITE BAITS
Instead of injecting chemicals into the soil, you can utilize one of several baits which are found on the market. You can get a termite bait and place it directly into the ground around the outside of the structure where the termites would find them, feed and die. The technology behind baiting systems for termites is constantly changing and improving.
Baiting colonies of termites are easy and can also be used as a monitoring tool to detect termites where they are not yet a problem.
Termite baits eliminate and control in situations where the structure is untreatable with soil termiticides, or there is a concern about pest use, and even in structures where termite removal has proven unsuccessful.

Termite control also utilizes specialized equipment such as masonry drills, pumps, large-capacity tanks, and soil treatment rods. A typical pest control treatment may involve hundreds of gallons of a liquid pesticide injected into the ground alongside the foundation, beneath concrete slabs, and within foundation walls. Other ways to treat termites is by  Senctricon stations, which is our preferred method of choice

The Sentricon Termite Treatment

The Sentricon® System works 24/7, while liquid termite treatments get less effective over time. Sentricon is in tune with what termites like, and research shows that termites actually prefer the bait over wood! As long as there’s a termite queen, there’s a termite colony. And if there’s a colony, there’s a threat to your property. Kill the queen. Kill her subjects. Crumble her colony.