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Termite Control for your tarrant county home or business

There is a reason why termites are one of the most dreaded and devastating pest problems that can happen to any residential and commercial property in Tarrant County. These wood-destroying pests can enter a building through cracks in the exterior or inside infested wood brought indoors and immediately begin to damage furniture, walls, floors, and even your foundation. To make matters worse, many people detect a termite infestation after it’s already been going on for a long time and the damage is already severe.

Don’t let termites eat away your investment in your home or business. At Trees Hurt Too, we offer comprehensive and sustainable termite control solutions in the Tarrant County area. We also provide our customers with free termite control inspections and regular maintenance plans to ensure these silent destroyers will never set foot inside your home or business.

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Types of termites

Subterranean Termites

Subterranean termites are very common in Texas and are by far the most destructive termites in the country. They form paths and tunnels through mud tubes, connecting their nests to their food source. Approximately two billion dollars in damages are done to structures in the United States every year due to subterranean termites.

Drywood Termites

Drywood termites get all the nutrients and moisture they need from wood. Unlike most termites, they don’t need water or soil to survive. Since they can build numerous colonies, they chew out the frames, structures, and other areas of your home.

Dampwood Termites

Dampwood termites gravitate to wood with high moisture content or decaying wood. These large termites rarely live indoors, but they can still infest homes in the case of roof leaks, flooding, or broken pipes.

Formosan Termites

A sub-species of the subterranean termite, Formosan termites are the most rampant termite species in the Arlington and Fort Worth areas of Texas. They are incredibly fast in building mud tubes and consume wood more aggressively than other species.

Our Termite Control Process


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Once you’ve scheduled an appointment at your earliest convenience, we’ll conduct the free, thorough inspection. One of our licensed technicians will inspect in and around your home or business for any termite activity and/or conducive conditions.


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We’ll create a termite control plan to protect your property. Our termite control services eliminate active termite colonies that are already in your house, but they also include maintenance programs to keep termites out for the years to come.


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Even if termites are not active in your structure at this time, it’s wise to have regular inspections and even preventative treatments to keep termites from ever getting inside and to protect your home or business from the damage termites cause.

Why choose Trees Hurt Too, Inc.?

Safe and Friendly Methods

Over the years, we have mastered the safest and most effective methods in termite pest control. We’ve also discovered new ways to treat homes and businesses without harming the environment.

Local Termite Professionals 

We are a family-owned business, so you can count on us to make your health and safety our top priority. We only hire local pest control professionals who know Tarrant County.

Don’t wait for termites and other pests to endanger your property and the people you care about. Contact Trees Hurt Too, Inc. today to learn more about our termite control services and schedule your free inspection. 

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