"Semarck Pest Control solved our termite problems! We had no idea those 'little ants' in the bedroom were termites! Thanks Semarck, you saved us thousands of dollars in repairs!"

Jill Tumbley - Houston, TX


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Residential Termite Treatment Services
The Most Serious Threat Your Home May Face

No matter how your home is constructed, where it's located, or how old it is, it could be attacked by subterranean termites. They are a threat across 70 percent of the world and in every part of the United States except Alaska. They cause $2-3 billion worth of damage each year in the U.S. alone. They are in fact, the most serious threat your home may face.

The Subterranean Termite Colony

The termites most likely to attack your home are subterranean termites. All are social insects that live in large, underground colonies. Although they could number in the millions, you might never see them or any evidence of them - until you discover that they've done serious damage to your home.

Those "Ants" Might Be Termites

Like ants, subterranean termites live in the ground and often move in single file, but there are differences, and it's important to know them .Both ants and termites have two pairs of wings, but ants' wings are different sizes while the termites' wings are all the same size. Ants have elbowed antennae while termites have short, straight antennae that resemble strings of beads. Don't be fooled by color or size. Ants can vary in size, and winged termites can be brown or black.

Whether you need to eliminate a current termite problem or you want to prevent one from happening, Semarck Pest Control offers two termite treatment options: