Termite Control Services, Treatment & Exterminator Services in Ethiopia

Termites are known as "silent destroyers" because of their ability to chew through wood, flooring and even wallpaper undetected. There are about 2,000 known termite species in the world. Each year, termites cause more than $5 billion in property damage.

  • The total weight of all of the termites in the world is more than weight of all the humans in the world
  • Termite colonies eat mom-stop, 24 hr.at day 7days a week
  • Termites are known as “silent destroyers” because of their ability to chew through wood, flooring and even wallpaper undetected.
  • There are about 2,000 known termite species in the world.
  • Each year, termites cause more than $5 billion in property damage.


How can I identify a termite?
Termite workers are pale, soft-bodied insects about ¼-inch or less in length. They appear to have a head and body because their thorax is broadly joined to their abdomen. Their antennae are straight, just like a string of beads. Termites are mistakenly called white ants, but are not ant-like in appearance. Ants are usually heavily pigmented and have three distinct body regions: head, thorax and abdomen. Ants also have a very narrow or pinched “waist,” and their antennae are "elbowed." Winged termites (swarmers) have pigmented bodies with broad waists and two pair of wings that are equal in size and shape. Subterranean termite swarmers have bodies about ¼-inch in length. The swarmers quickly shed their wings after a brief flight. Winged ants, on the other hand, have pinched waists and two pair of wings that differ in size and shape (front pair is large, hind pair is much smaller).

How much damage can termites do?
Termites are serious business for property owners, causing an estimated $5 billion in property damages and repair costs annually. In fact, termites damage more homes than fires, floods and tornadoes, meaning your house might be one of more than 4 million at risk of infestation this year.

How can I identify a termite?
Termite workers are pale, soft-bodied insects about ¼-inch or less in length. They appear to have a head and body because their thorax is broadly joined to their abdomen. Their antennae are straight, just like a string of beads. Termites are mistakenly called white ants, but are not ant-like in appearance. Ants are usually heavily pigmented and have three distinct body regions: head, thorax and abdomen. Ants also have a very narrow or pinched “waist,” and their antennae are "elbowed." Winged termites (swarmers) have pigmented bodies with broad waists and two pair of wings that are equal in size and shape. Subterranean termite swarmers have bodies about ¼-inch in length. The swarmers quickly shed their wings after a brief flight. Winged ants, on the other hand, have pinched waists and two pair of wings that differ in size and shape (front pair is large, hind pair is much smaller).

Termite Inspection and Treatment
Our inspectors are well trained in termite behavior. They know where to look for termites and can determine how they got there. We will recommend the best treatment method for your particular home or business, using the top rated products available today in the Georgia termite control industry. With these advanced termite treatments, the termites actually spread the pesticide among their colony themselves, effectively exterminating the entire colony before they can begin feeding on your home. Not only will our treatment methods eradicate current termite problems, but they will protect your biggest investment for years to come. Call us today for more information about our termite control services or to schedule a free termite inspection.