Get a Custom Treatment Plan for Your Home
Because every situation is unique, it’s important to receive a proper diagnosis and treatment. Factors that can affect your services include the materials your home is made of – wood, brick, stone or stucco – and which type of termites are present – subterranean or drywood termites. Also recently discovered in our area are Formosan termites, which can be more aggressive and invasive than the indigenous species of termites in Alabama.
If termites aren’t controlled correctly the first time, it’s likely they’ll return. Alabama Professional Services uses the latest products, including the Sentricon Termite Colony Elimination System and the Termidor Termite Treatment, to ensure your residence gets the best treatment possible.
Get Residential Termite Control Help Today
Whether your Birmingham, AL residence requires termite control services or you’re interested in preventative treatment, schedule a free consultation with Alabama Professional Services today. Located in Central Alabama at 3340 Richwood Ave., our dedicated team helps homeowners across Alabama, from Decatur, Huntsville to Montgomery, Mobile and beyond. Fill out our online form or give us a call at 866-253-6035 to speak with a team member today.
Signs of termite infestation may include:
Since 1977, Alabama Professional Services has helped Alabama homeowners with termite control and extermination. Thanks to Alabama’s warmer climate, the area is likely to experience significant termite activity that requires expert assistance. If you’re a homeowner in Alabama, protect your residence by scheduling a consultation with APS today.
When left untreated, a termite infestation can lead to costly structural damage. These pests can attack your home from the inside out, starting with beams, floor joists and even walls, and infestations may become severe enough to cause structural damage. Unfortunately, most homeowners don’t detect the signs until considerable damage has already occurred.
Our licensed, trained professionals know what to look for and how to identify different types of termites, so they can prescribe the most effective treatment plan for your specific needs.