Termite Control / Termite Inspections – Seal Beach, California

At HomeShield Pest Control, our top priotity is keeping your Seal Beach, California home and/or business free from pest infestations, and that includes termites and other wood destroying organisms.  That’s why, along with pest control, we offer termite inspections and termite control treatment services to all of our Seal Beach customers.  Every year termites do billions of dollars of damage in the U.S. that is not covered by homeowner’s insurance.

In the Seal Beach area, termites swarm during the spring.  However, they are a year-round threat.  If you see what appears to be flying ants (often winged termites) or mud tubes (literally tubes of mud) on your foundation or in the garage, there is a good chance you are dealing with termites and you should seek treatment options immediately.  This will give you the best chance to avoid termite damage or at least stop it before it gets worse.

The best way to keep these insects out of your structure is to:

  1. be vigilant for winged termites and mud tubes
  2. have annual inspections
  3. have an annual pest control plan or service that protects your home or business from infestation

Luckily, HomeShield can help!  We provide free annual termite inspections with our pest control service and also offer termite control treatment plans for Seal Beach homes or businesses already infested.  Call us today to control or protect against termite infestation in Seal Beach.


Other services we provide in Seal Beach

At HomeShield Pest Control, we provide multiple services for both residential and commercial properties, including:

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Termite Control/Inspections: Seal Beach Neighborhoods and Zip Codes we Service

We service the following zip codes in Seal Beach: 90740.

We also service all of the neighborhoods and areas in Seal Beach, including the areas near and around: 1st Street, Bolsa Avenue, Bolsa Chica Street, Electric Avenue, Gum Grove Park, Lampson Avenue, Los Alamitos Boulevard, Marina Community Park, Ocean Avenue, Old Ranch Country Club, Pacific Coast Highway, Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge, Seal Beach Pier Playground, Westminster Boulevard.