http://ustermite.com Thu, 09 Oct 2014 22:30:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.1 Thank you! http://ustermite.com/pest-control/thank http://ustermite.com/pest-control/thank#comments Fri, 26 Sep 2014 19:20:11 +0000 http://ustermite.com/?p=271 Mr. Pelletier, My wife Barbara & I want  to thank you and your very capable team for their quick response to our situation with the yellow jackets. Carol and Anne have always been very accommodating with schedules but their concern for our welfare and getting Tom out here is really appreciated. Tom Gretsky as always, was very professional and an expert at what he does. His concern for our situation and how if would effect us and Duke (the puppy) was impressive. I know that Jesse must have also had a hand in the quick response so thank him for us also. In case you haven’t seen the nest that Tom found I have attached a photo of it. Thank you all again Tom and Barbara D.  

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Mr. Pelletier,
My wife Barbara & I want  to thank you and your very capable team for their quick response to our situation with the yellow jackets. Carol and Anne have always been very accommodating with schedules but their concern for our welfare and getting Tom out here is really appreciated. Tom Gretsky as always, was very professional and an expert at what he does. His concern for our situation and how if would effect us and Duke (the puppy) was impressive. I know that Jesse must have also had a hand in the quick response so thank him for us also. In case you haven’t seen the nest that Tom found I have attached a photo of it.

Thank you all again
Tom and Barbara D.

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Minimizing Moisture Damage http://ustermite.com/about-us/blog/minimizing-moisture-damage http://ustermite.com/about-us/blog/minimizing-moisture-damage#comments Wed, 25 Jun 2014 05:45:25 +0000 http://ustermite.com/?p=245 Moisture damage has been a constant problem for many families. While living standards today have drastically improved, there are still instances when too much moisture, or lack of it, can compromise the condition of even the most modern of homes. Be sure to understand how to control the level of moisture in your home and prevent further structural damages. Moisture Sources There are many ways for moisture level to increase. From faulty air conditioning systems to pipe leaks, it may seem overwhelming at first to check on all possible areas. The key, however, is to anticipate possible weather changes. Sudden drop or rise in temperature is the driving force behind insufficient or excessive moisture. When you prepare beforehand, you will have better chances of minimizing water damage. Mold Exposure Apart from the damages that extreme levels of moisture bring to your home, you may become exposed to the dangers of mold growth as well. Some common illnesses that mold bring include respiratory problems like tightness of the chest, skin irritation, nasal congestion, and eye irritation, among others. If you exhibit these symptoms without other direct causes, you might be suffering from mold exposure already. Look out for signs of mold growth like damp walls or moldy smell; contact our moisture control experts immediately. Start from the Top You can keep the humidity level in your home at a controllable level by making sure your roofing system is in good condition. Check if the drains are still unobstructed as well, as debris might block rainwater and let it sit in the pipes for days. It is also best to replace the flashings and caulking to limit condensation build-up. At US Termite and Moisture Control, we know just what to do in controlling the level of moisture in your home. We deliver the most appropriate moisture control solutions to keep your precious home in its tip-top condition. Feel free to get in touch with us now to learn more about first-class services.  

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Moisture damage has been a constant problem for many families. While living standards today have drastically improved, there are still instances when too much moisture, or lack of it, can compromise the condition of even the most modern of homes. Be sure to understand how to control the level of moisture in your home and prevent further structural damages.

Moisture Sources

There are many ways for moisture level to increase. From faulty air conditioning systems to pipe leaks, it may seem overwhelming at first to check on all possible areas. The key, however, is to anticipate possible weather changes. Sudden drop or rise in temperature is the driving force behind insufficient or excessive moisture. When you prepare beforehand, you will have better chances of minimizing water damage.

Mold Exposure

Apart from the damages that extreme levels of moisture bring to your home, you may become exposed to the dangers of mold growth as well. Some common illnesses that mold bring include respiratory problems like tightness of the chest, skin irritation, nasal congestion, and eye irritation, among others. If you exhibit these symptoms without other direct causes, you might be suffering from mold exposure already. Look out for signs of mold growth like damp walls or moldy smell; contact our moisture control experts immediately.

Start from the Top

You can keep the humidity level in your home at a controllable level by making sure your roofing system is in good condition. Check if the drains are still unobstructed as well, as debris might block rainwater and let it sit in the pipes for days. It is also best to replace the flashings and caulking to limit condensation build-up.

At US Termite and Moisture Control, we know just what to do in controlling the level of moisture in your home. We deliver the most appropriate moisture control solutions to keep your precious home in its tip-top condition. Feel free to get in touch with us now to learn more about first-class services.

 

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Pest Control – Cluster Flies http://ustermite.com/pest-control/157 http://ustermite.com/pest-control/157#comments Sat, 10 May 2014 20:54:23 +0000 http://avsvideo.com/avstest1/?p=157 Pest Control for Cluster Flies One crisp fall morning, you open a window to let some fresh air into your room. Suddenly, you see several hundred “dead” flies between the window and screen. While you’re staring at them, a few flies begin to move around. They’re not dead! You slam the window shut, hoping none of them get into your house! What kind of flies are these and why are there so many of them? Why are they coming back to life? Those flies are probably Cluster flies and every autumn, they become pests of homes, schools, hospitals, and commercial buildings throughout much of the United States. Cluster fly larvae feed on a common species of earthworms during the summer. Near fall, the last summer generations of adults emerge from the soil and look for a nice, warm place to hibernate, i.e. your attic, wall voids, or window sills. These hardy little insects can travel more than a mile for a suitable overwintering site. Cluster flies overwinter and emerge in the spring to breed and lay eggs on the soil surface near the earthworms that the larvae then infest. Overwintering cluster flies are the most troublesome because of their sheer numbers. They can become active again during any warm spells in winter, and again in early spring, and try to find openings to go back outside. This results in many seeking a pest control solution. Topic: Pest Control Cluster Flies

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Pest Control for Cluster Flies

4172292One crisp fall morning, you open a window to let some fresh air into your room. Suddenly, you see several hundred “dead” flies between the window and screen. While you’re staring at them, a few flies begin to move around. They’re not dead! You slam the window shut, hoping none of them get into your house! What kind of flies are these and why are there so many of them? Why are they coming back to life?

Those flies are probably Cluster flies and every autumn, they become pests of homes, schools, hospitals, and commercial buildings throughout much of the United States. Cluster fly larvae feed on a common species of earthworms during the summer. Near fall, the last summer generations of adults emerge from the soil and look for a nice, warm place to hibernate, i.e. your attic, wall voids, or window sills. These hardy little insects can travel more than a mile for a suitable overwintering site. Cluster flies overwinter and emerge in the spring to breed and lay eggs on the soil surface near the earthworms that the larvae then infest. Overwintering cluster flies are the most troublesome because of their sheer numbers. They can become active again during any warm spells in winter, and again in early spring, and try to find openings to go back outside. This results in many seeking a pest control solution.

Topic: Pest Control Cluster Flies

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Termite Control – Treatment Types for Subterranean Termites http://ustermite.com/termite-control/termite-control-treatment-types-for-subterranean-termites http://ustermite.com/termite-control/termite-control-treatment-types-for-subterranean-termites#comments Sat, 10 May 2014 20:36:41 +0000 http://avsvideo.com/avstest1/?p=140 m4s0n501   Termite Control Treatments Termites are a group of eusocial insects that, until recently, were classified at the taxonomic rank of order Isoptera, but are now accepted as the epifamily Termitoidae, of the cockroach order Blattodea. While termites are commonly known, especially in Australia, as “white ants,” they are only distantly related to the ants. As eusocial insects, termites live in colonies that, at maturity, number from several hundred to several million individuals. Colonies use decentralised, self-organised systems of activity guided by swarm intelligence which exploit food sources and environments unavailable to any single insect acting alone. A typical colony contains nymphs (semi-mature young), workers, soldiers, and reproductive individuals of both sexes, sometimes containing several egg-laying queens. Currently there are three types of termite control treatments available for use by the professional: soil treatments, wood treatments and baits. Soil treatments are liquid Termiticides diluted with water to ensure adequate coverage in the sad. Injection of this system in the soil creates a treated area that repels or reduces the population of the termites and envelopes your house with long-term protection. This is the most commonly used system and may be used in combination with bails and/or wood treatments. Wood treatments involve treating infested wood or potentially infested wood with liquids such as a traditional treatment or borate materials. This treatment types protects the wood from infestation and reduces or eliminates the infestation in the wood at the time of treatment. Baits are relatively new and involve installing bait stations in the ground. Icrrnitcs then eat the bait and carry the active ingredients throughout the colony or area. This thus reducing foraging reduces the population of the colony inthe structure. Baits are very poplular since there is no interior drilling and they generally are less bother for the homeowner or building occupants. CalI us today to discuss what treatments we offer and we”Il be happy to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each method. Topic: Termite Control Treatments

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Termite Control Treatments

4172262Termites are a group of eusocial insects that, until recently, were classified at the taxonomic rank of order Isoptera, but are now accepted as the epifamily Termitoidae, of the cockroach order Blattodea. While termites are commonly known, especially in Australia, as “white ants,” they are only distantly related to the ants.

As eusocial insects, termites live in colonies that, at maturity, number from several hundred to several million individuals. Colonies use decentralised, self-organised systems of activity guided by swarm intelligence which exploit food sources and environments unavailable to any single insect acting alone. A typical colony contains nymphs (semi-mature young), workers, soldiers, and reproductive individuals of both sexes, sometimes containing several egg-laying queens.

Currently there are three types of termite control treatments available for use by the professional: soil treatments, wood treatments and baits.

Soil treatments are liquid Termiticides diluted with water to ensure adequate coverage in the sad. Injection of this system in the soil creates a treated area that repels or reduces the population of the termites and envelopes your house with long-term protection. This is the most commonly used system and may be used in combination with bails and/or wood treatments.

Wood treatments involve treating infested wood or potentially infested wood with liquids such as a traditional treatment or borate materials. This treatment types protects the wood from infestation and reduces or eliminates the infestation in the wood at the time of treatment.

Baits are relatively new and involve installing bait stations in the ground. Icrrnitcs then eat the bait and carry the active ingredients throughout the colony or area. This thus reducing foraging reduces the population of the colony inthe structure. Baits are very poplular since there is no interior drilling and they generally are less bother for the homeowner or building occupants.

CalI us today to discuss what treatments we offer and we”Il be happy to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each method.

Topic: Termite Control Treatments

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Termite Control – How To Recognize Termites http://ustermite.com/termite-control/termite-control-how-to-recognize-termites http://ustermite.com/termite-control/termite-control-how-to-recognize-termites#comments Sat, 10 May 2014 20:34:28 +0000 http://avsvideo.com/avstest1/?p=137 Termite Control – Subterranean termites The first step in termite control is to know your enemy. Termites are a group of eusocial insects that, until recently, were classified at the taxonomic rank of order Isoptera (see taxonomy below), but are now accepted as the epifamily Termitoidae, of the cockroach order Blattodea. While termites are commonly known, especially in Australia, as “white ants,” they are only distantly related to the ants. Subterranean termites live underground or in protected areas such as wood. There is always at least one queen and many more reproductives may also be present. Most people never see a queen, but may have seen swarmers or workers. The total number of individuals in a colony of subterranean termites may be more than a million. Now there is a good reason for termite control. Imagine a million insects attacking your house! Workers are small white insects, which are blind and are very sensitive to heat, cold, and dry air. This sensitivity is why they build shelter tubes or “mud tubes.” In fact, they need to maintain an atmosphere of nearly 100% humidity. Sometimes finding shelter tubes, a little smaller diameter than a pencil, is the first sign of a termite infestation. Workers are just that. .. the workers of the colony. They find new food sources (vegetation or wood containing cellulose). Upon finding a food source, the termites put down a chemical signal or pheromone to lead the other workers to the feeding site. Termites do not “attack” your house or building. They forage, attracted by moist areas, and find food sources. Termites do a very good Job of breaking down cellulose in the soil. When they discover your house or other buildings, they become a real pest and that is where the professional pest control company comes in. In the spring in most areas of the country, and depending on the species, healthy subterranean termite colonies will “swarm” or send out winged reproductives to start new colonies. The swarrners are darker in color, some species almost black, and have four wings. When speaking with home owners about termite control, one frequent question is how to tell termites from ants. Ants generally do not swarm the same time as termites, but it can happen. The following is a description of how to tell termites from ants. Topic: Termite Control Recognizing Termites      

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Termite Control – Subterranean termites

The first step in termite control is to know your enemy.

Termites are a group of eusocial insects that, until recently, were classified at the taxonomic rank of order Isoptera (see taxonomy below), but are now accepted as the epifamily Termitoidae, of the cockroach order Blattodea. While termites are commonly known, especially in Australia, as “white ants,” they are only distantly related to the ants.

Subterranean termites live underground or in protected areas such as wood. There is always at least one queen and many more reproductives may also be present. Most people never see a queen, but may have seen swarmers or workers. The total number of individuals in a colony of subterranean termites may be more than a million. Now there is a good reason for termite control.

Imagine a million insects attacking your house!

Workers are small white insects, which are blind and are very sensitive to heat, cold, and dry air. This sensitivity is why they build shelter tubes or “mud tubes.” In fact, they need to maintain an atmosphere of nearly 100% humidity.

Termtes and antsSometimes finding shelter tubes, a little smaller diameter than a pencil, is the first sign of a termite infestation. Workers are just that. .. the workers of the colony. They find new food sources (vegetation or wood containing cellulose).

Upon finding a food source, the termites put down a chemical signal or pheromone to lead the other workers to the feeding site. Termites do not “attack” your house or building. They forage, attracted by moist areas, and find food sources. Termites do a very good Job of breaking down cellulose in the soil. When they discover your house or other buildings, they become a real pest and that is where the professional pest control company comes in.

In the spring in most areas of the country, and depending on the species, healthy subterranean termite colonies will “swarm” or send out winged reproductives to start new colonies. The swarrners are darker in color, some species almost black, and have four wings. When speaking with home owners about termite control, one frequent question is how to tell termites from ants.

Ants generally do not swarm the same time as termites, but it can happen. The following is a description of how to tell termites from ants.

Topic: Termite Control Recognizing Termites

 

 

 

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Pest Control – Yellow Jackets Can Be A Serious Nuisance. http://ustermite.com/uncategorized/pest-control-yellow-jackets-can-be-a-serious-nuisance http://ustermite.com/uncategorized/pest-control-yellow-jackets-can-be-a-serious-nuisance#comments Sat, 10 May 2014 20:26:48 +0000 http://avsvideo.com/avstest1/?p=132 Pest control issues involving yellow jackets As the days get shorter and the weather cools down in early fall. the queens of many species of yellow jackets stop laying eggs. New queens emerge, mate and find protected sites. under bark or deep in the leaf litter, to stay in a quiet “diapause” over the winter. The old queens die,and each colony stops functioning as a unit.The remaining living yellow jacket workers stop foraging for the colony and go out more often, completely on their own, although many may return to the same old colony nest every evening. They are strongly attracted to sweets or syrups. such as that left in the bottoms of soda cans. These and other sweet things in and around garbage cans or bags can draw dozens or even hundreds of such pest wasps. Since they no longer have a colony to provide for, these yellowjacket workers tend to “hang around” any so s of sweets they find for most of the day.Some become more aggressive than they were before.They may even try to “protect” their new food sources, just like they used to protect their colony’s nest. That can lead to people being stung. Pest control measures should be taken before this happens. The first step in solving this problem is to clean up all spilled sweets or any decaying organic materials thoroughly, placing all soda cans and anything similar in tightly-closed heavy plastic bags. Wash and rinse all solid surfaces and food or drink serving utensils frequently. Keep all sweet foods. drinks and fruits covered until they are about to be eaten. You need help from a professional pest control and management company like ours. We can survey the situation. provide immediate knock-down treatments if needed. advise on any sanitation or exclusion improvements that might help. and treat garbage areas and containers with a stronger. more persistent formulation of a properly labeled residual pesticide than you can purchase or use as a homeowner. We also have the professional expertise and specialized equipment needed to correct such problems quickly and efficiently. Pest control of stinging insects. especially large numbers or nests of them, should be left to properly certified and equipped professionals. Our pest control technicians have all the necessary training, experience, tools, and if needed. the chemicals to eliminate these pests. We’re waiting for your call. Topic: Pest Control Yellow jackets

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Pest control issues involving yellow jackets

Yellow JacketAs the days get shorter and the weather cools down in early fall. the queens of many species of yellow jackets stop laying eggs. New queens emerge, mate and find protected sites. under bark or deep in the leaf litter, to stay in a quiet “diapause” over the winter. The old queens die,and each colony stops functioning as a unit.The remaining living yellow jacket workers stop foraging for the colony and go out more often, completely on their own, although many may return to the same old colony nest every evening. They are strongly attracted to sweets or syrups. such as that left in the bottoms of soda cans. These and other sweet things in and around garbage cans or bags can draw dozens or even hundreds of such pest wasps. Since they no longer have a colony to provide for, these yellowjacket workers tend to “hang around” any so s of sweets they find for most of the day.Some become more aggressive than they were before.They may even try to “protect” their new food sources, just like they used to protect their colony’s nest. That can lead to people being stung. Pest control measures should be taken before this happens.

The first step in solving this problem is to clean up all spilled sweets or any decaying organic materials thoroughly, placing all soda cans and anything similar in tightly-closed heavy plastic bags. Wash and rinse all solid surfaces and food or drink serving utensils frequently. Keep all sweet foods. drinks and fruits covered until they are about to be eaten. You need help from a professional pest control and management company like ours. We can survey the situation. provide immediate knock-down treatments if needed. advise on any sanitation or exclusion improvements that might help. and treat garbage areas and containers with a stronger. more persistent formulation of a properly labeled residual pesticide than you can purchase or use as a homeowner. We also have the professional expertise and specialized equipment needed to correct such problems quickly and efficiently. Pest control of stinging insects. especially large numbers or nests of them, should be left to properly certified and equipped professionals. Our pest control technicians have all the necessary training, experience, tools, and if needed. the chemicals to eliminate these pests.

We’re waiting for your call.

Topic: Pest Control Yellow jackets

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Termite Damage Repair http://ustermite.com/about-us/services/termite-damage-repair http://ustermite.com/about-us/services/termite-damage-repair#comments Sat, 10 May 2014 16:28:30 +0000 http://avsvideo.com/avstest1/about-us/services/termite-damage-repair Our construction division can handle all of your termite damage repair needs. US Termite And Moisture Control 131 Hanbury Road West, suite A Chesapeake, VA 23322 United States mikep@ustermite.com 757-598-1100   US Termite And Moisture Control delivers Chesapeake VA customers top quality Termite Damage Repair products and services. Our experts specializes in Bed Bug Treatments, Crawl Space Renovation, Termite Damage Repair Service. US Termite And Moisture Control has grown to be Chesapeake VA’s Termite Damage Repair Business leader. Our exceptional customer support personnel looks forward to serving you. For further information get in touch with us at: 757-598-1100 Topic: Termite damage repair

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US Termite And Moisture Control delivers Chesapeake VA customers top quality Termite Damage Repair products and services. Our experts specializes in Bed Bug Treatments, Crawl Space Renovation, Termite Damage Repair Service. US Termite And Moisture Control has grown to be Chesapeake VA’s Termite Damage Repair Business leader. Our exceptional customer support personnel looks forward to serving you. For further information get in touch with us at: 757-598-1100

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Termite Control http://ustermite.com/about-us/services/termite-control http://ustermite.com/about-us/services/termite-control#comments Sat, 10 May 2014 16:28:30 +0000 http://avsvideo.com/avstest1/about-us/services/termite-control There’s only one place to call for your termite control needs… US Termite And Moisture Control 131 Hanbury Road West, Suite A Chesapeake, VA 23322 mikep@ustermite.com 757-598-1100   US Termite And Moisture Control offers Chesapeake VA consumers state of the art Termite Control products and services. Our company specializes in , , . US Termite And Moisture Control has developed into Chesapeake VA’s Termite Control Industry leader. Our superb customer assistance personnel is looking forward to helping you. For additional information get in touch with us at: 757-598-1100 Topic: Termite Control

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US Termite And Moisture Control offers Chesapeake VA consumers state of the art Termite Control products and services. Our company specializes in , , . US Termite And Moisture Control has developed into Chesapeake VA’s Termite Control Industry leader. Our superb customer assistance personnel is looking forward to helping you. For additional information get in touch with us at: 757-598-1100

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Pest Control http://ustermite.com/about-us/services/pest-control http://ustermite.com/about-us/services/pest-control#comments Sat, 10 May 2014 16:28:30 +0000 http://avsvideo.com/avstest1/about-us/services/pest-control There’s only one place to call for your pest control needs… US Termite And Moisture Control 131 Hanbury Road West, Suite A, Chesapeake, VA 23322 United States mikep@ustermite.com 757-598-1100   US Termite And Moisture Control provides Chesapeake VA customers industry leading Pest Control products and services. Our experts specializes in Pest Control Service, Exterminating Service, Moisture Control Inspection. US Termite And Moisture Control has grown to be Chesapeake VA’s Pest Control Business leader. Our outstanding customer assistance staff looks forward to helping you. For additional information get in touch with us at: 757-598-1100 Topic: Pest Control

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34899021There’s only one place to call for your pest control needs…
US Termite And Moisture Control

131 Hanbury Road West, Suite A,
Chesapeake, VA 23322
United States
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US Termite And Moisture Control provides Chesapeake VA customers industry leading Pest Control products and services. Our experts specializes in Pest Control Service, Exterminating Service, Moisture Control Inspection. US Termite And Moisture Control has grown to be Chesapeake VA’s Pest Control Business leader. Our outstanding customer assistance staff looks forward to helping you. For additional information get in touch with us at: 757-598-1100

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Termite Inspections due for February http://ustermite.com/termite-control/termite-inspections-due-for-february http://ustermite.com/termite-control/termite-inspections-due-for-february#comments Thu, 20 Feb 2014 21:32:10 +0000 http://avsvideo.com/avstest1/?p=202 If we treated your home in February 2013 or before, and you have an annual  contract with us that covers re-treatment for termites, don’t forget to call and schedule a time for your inspection.  Termites are slow moving but they can start to cause damage sooner than we realize. The annual renewal is timed so that if you have a problem, we will find it quickly.  Termite swarms will start to appear in the next 4 weeks and the calendars will start to fill in quickly. Call us for your inspection.

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If we treated your home in February 2013 or before, and you have an annual  contract with us that covers re-treatment for termites, don’t forget to call and schedule a time for your inspection.  Termites are slow moving but they can start to cause damage sooner than we realize. The annual renewal is timed so that if you have a problem, we will find it quickly.  Termite swarms will start to appear in the next 4 weeks and the calendars will start to fill in quickly. Call us for your inspection.

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