Termites in Trees

Termites in Trees – Can you save a tree from termites?
Termites in a Live Oak Tree

Can you save a tree with termites in it? Fortunately, yes! As demonstrated in the video, you can see how we are able to save this beautiful live oak tree in James Island, SC. Advanced Termite and Pest Control is a Sentricon Certified company. Meaning, we are able to use Sentricon Termite Baiting Stations to protect our customers’ properties from termites. Even termites in trees! In this situation, we installed an AG (above ground) station to the live oak tree to keep the termites from eating it to death. Oak trees are very symbolic in Charleston culture. We’d hate to lose even one!

The Best Termite Protection in Charleston

Advanced Termite and Pest Control has been a trusted local pest control company in Charleston, SC for 10 years. In addition, The technicians here have decades of experience in termites and pest control. Advanced Termite and Pest Control is licensed and insured. So, you can have peace of mind knowing you’re hiring a good company. Just check out our Google reviews! We want to make sure that each of our customers have a positive experience. This is in addition to receiving quality pest control services, of course. Therefore, in 2020, we were voted Best Pest Control Company in Charleston. This award is from Charleston’s local Post and Courier. So, we couldn’t be happier to be voted for by local Charlestonians.

Termite Tubes

In this video, you can not actually see any live termites. So, to the untrained eye, one could never know their tree was infested. However, anytime you see unbroken, fresh termite tubes, you know there is probably an active infestation. This is true in trees, homes, or almost any wood. Termite tunnels is another term for termite tubes. Termites connect their colonies that are underground to their above-ground food sources via mud tubes. These tubes are made from soil and wood combined with termite saliva. Formosan termites have similar habits to those of eastern subterranean termites. Meaning, both Formosan and subterranean termites use mud tubes/tunnels to connect their colonies with their food. The underground colonies are huge. On average, there are 350,000 worker termites in a colony. The termites are able to invade structures and trees using mud tubes constructed up from the soil to wood.

Contact us for a Free Termite Assessment

If you are a property owner and are looking for termite treatment in the Charleston area or termite protection in the Charleston area, contact us! At Advanced Termite and Pest Control, we have someone on the line 24 hours, 7 days of the week. Our phone number is 843-795-6767. You are also able to text this line if you prefer. We have a contact email as well, help@charleston-pest-control.com.

AG Sentricon Station Display which was put on the oak with termites in trees

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