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Gastonia Termite Exterminators

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Crown Pest Control
from 79 reviews
  • 34 years in business
  • 163 hires on Thumbtack
Basim A.
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Angie was great to deal with! Kyle was so professional George the owner is a great guys that I haven't met but a very honest company and was please to have them inspect my house and be told 100% free of any termites and I am glad I preferred them and to pay them over another company that offers to do it for free because I am a staunch believer there is no free lunch in America !

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At Ease Pest Solutions, LLC
from 65 reviews
  • 2 years in business
  • 91 hires on Thumbtack
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Tasha K.
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Mr. Popkin was thorough in his explanation of the process, very professional and personable. He made the experience as easy and pleasant as it could be under the circumst ances (termite infestation). I will definitely use his company for any needs I have in the future.

Friendly Pest Solutions
from 47 reviews
  • 12 years in business
  • 120 hires on Thumbtack
Erin H.
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Friendly Pest Solutions quickly got rid of the wasps on my balcony! They haven't returned and it's been about a month. Thank you!

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Freedom Pest Services
from 23 reviews
  • 2 years in business
  • 28 hires on Thumbtack
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Melanie G.
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Dave is fantastic! He was able to get to us quickly and resolve our termite problem so we could close on our house on time. He really knew what he was doing and took the time to explain the process to us. We now use Freedom for our regular pest control and have also hired him to install ceiling fans and make repairs to our deck which he did perfectly!

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  • 18 years in business
  • 34 hires on Thumbtack
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Hannah P.
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Made time in his day to come out to do an inspection when someone told me I may have termites. The same day! Very polite, professional. Would highly recommend.

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Lake Norman Pest Control
from 8 reviews
  • 59 years in business
  • 12 hires on Thumbtack
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Sarah M.
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Great service and friendly people. Charged $30/month for quarterly extermination of crawling things and $32/month for termite prevention treatment for a year. Reasonable and pet-safe.

A+ Termite & Pest Control
from 7 reviews
  • 6 years in business
  • 11 hires on Thumbtack
Jackson S.
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Jason at A+ Termite & Pest was great! He was quick to respond to my posting, great communicating about his arrival to my home and obviously did a fantastic job eliminating a large yellow jacket infestation at our home. I would 100% recommend him for any pest control job and will be using him for any future issues. A+ for professionalism.

Pest Away Pest Control LLC
from 4 reviews
  • 9 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Roger B.
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Answered request in one day and came out the next, on Saturday, to do the termite treatment. Right on time. Very cordial.

Patty A.
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Love Great company for all your pest control needs including organic, botanical, and green pest control services. 7904-392-2241

  • 5 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Samantha K.
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Chuck was great! I talked to him on the phone and got a same-day appointment to take care of a flea problem in my house. He thoroughly explained what all I needed to do during and after the treatment. He was friendly, showed up on time (a little early, even!) and did the work quickly. Also, his prices were very reasonable and he guarantees his work if the treatment doesn't stick the first time. The flea treatment (spray and fogger) seemed to work really well! It's been a week and I've seen no sign of fleas in our home. Also the fogger chemical he uses left almost no odor in the house, which was great for us and our cats. I'll certainly be recommending him to others, and giving him a call if I need anything else!


We are locally owned pest control professionals. We can take care of all your needs, from bed bugs to termites. We have a black lab named "Smoke" who is trained to find live bed bugs and who is happy to smoke out those pesky bugs, so you don't have to worry any more.


Four Seasons Termite & Pest Co. is a pest control company that is located in Charlotte, North Carolina.


We are a local family-owned pest control company. We offer termite control, bed bug control, mosquito control, rodent control, bird control, WDIRs, CL-100s, pest control, bed bug dog inspections, bat control, and trapping services. We are protecting the little ones you love from the little ones you don't.


A professional home inspection is a very important step in the home-buying process. Unfortunately, not all home inspectors are created equal. An untrained, uninsured or otherwise unqualified home inspector may do more harm than good. So, it is important that you help your customers or clients choose a home inspector whom you can all count on to get the job done right. To assist you in this effort, you can distribute to your customers and clients this checklist to further demonstrate your commitment to helping them make a fully informed decision. Not all home inspection services are created equal. More than ever, it's important that you inspect the inspector. While licensing requirements or trade association memberships are good to look for when selecting a home inspector, they are not the only qualifications to look for. The following is a list of "must have" credentials that have been prepared to help consumers evaluate and select the most qualified home inspection service. 1. Inspection Guarantee The company you select should stand behind their service. A written guarantee documents how post-inspection issues will be addressed and demonstrates the company's confidence in the quality and thoroughness of their inspections. Questions to ask are as follows: * Does the company stand behind their inspection reports in writing? * Does the company include a complimentary limited guarantee with each inspection report? * What protection does your company offer against defects found after purchase? * How long does the guarantee last and what are its limitations? Guarantee is not permitted in all areas. 2. Formally Trained or Certified Inspectors There is no single professional background that fully trains an individual for all the different conditions that may be detected during a home inspection. Regardless of previous technical experience, all home inspectors should be required to be trained and tested in the field of home inspections and have access to ongoing technical support. Questions to ask are as follows: * What kind of formal training do your inspectors receive? * What is the extent of their ongoing training? * Are your inspectors tested annually? * Do your inspectors have access to technical support if they have a question? 3. Insurance One of the most important credentials to look for when selecting a home inspection company is whether or not they carry a professional liability insurance also known as E&O insurance. Inspectors with little experience, no training, or a poor track record find this insurance difficult to purchase and often operate without it. Additionally, general liability insurance should be in place to cover the inspector if anything should be damaged during the inspection. While no one anticipates anything going wrong, it can happen. Make sure you select a home inspector who is properly insured! Questions to ask are as follows: * Are your inspectors covered by E&O insurance? * Does the company carry a general liability insurance? 4. Report Quality and Access The home inspection company you choose should encourage your attendance on the inspection and should provide you with an easy-to-understand written report on the findings of the inspection. You should verify that all the major elements will be accurately described in the report and not just rated as "functional" or "not functional." Your inspection report should give the approximate ages of all the major elements of the home, as well as an estimated lifespan of those elements. It should also include detailed information/images of the major systems inspected and conditions found. Questions to ask are as follows: * Can I accompany the inspector on the inspection and ask questions? * Will your report reflect estimated ages of all the major elements? A home inspection protects all parties. The truth is, without a thorough home inspection performed by a qualified professional, neither the buyer nor the seller can really know what defects may exist in a home. HouseMaster has more experience with home inspections and buying than any other franchise company. As part of your home inspection, your local HouseMaster professional will evaluate all the major elements of the home, including heating, cooling, structure, electrical and plumbing systems and more, so that you can make an informed decision. Why a home inspection is a smart investment? Whether this is your first time buying a home or you have bought and sold many homes, HouseMaster recommends you to obtain a professional home inspection to take advantage of these benefits: * Find out what type of systems and components exist in your new home * Determine the condition of the systems and major components of the home * Understand how the systems and structural components of your new home function * Learn how to maintain your new home to improve the enjoyment and value of your home * Important tips when arranging a home inspection When buying a home, you will want to order a home inspection soon after your purchase offer has been accepted. Many of the real estate contracts allow a limited number of days to complete a home inspection (and then to request repairs or cancel the contract if needed). Inspect the inspector. There is no one background that fully trains an individual for all the different conditions that may exist in a home, and even in areas where licensing exists, many programs fall short. Regardless of their technical background or licensing, all home inspectors should be formally trained/certified to perform a home inspection by an organization such as the National Institute of Building Inspectors (NIBI), thus insuring their knowledge of the home inspection and home buying process. Choose a home inspector who has earned credentials for competence and professionalism. Make sure the inspector you select has access to ongoing technical support and offers you post-inspection advice if needed. If the home is vacant, confirm that the seller will have all utilities on during the home inspection. Failure to do so may require a second trip to the home when the utilities are on, and you will incur additional fees. To properly evaluate a home a professional inspector must be able to operate the systems, thus requiring the utilities to be on. Accompany the inspector during the home inspection. This is your opportunity to gain knowledge of major systems, appliances and fixtures, learn maintenance tips, better understand the items that will be outlined in the written report, and ask questions of the inspector. If your inspector recommends a further evaluation, please have a specialist in the area conduct a more extensive examination prior to closing. Be sure that you understand all conditions identified in the inspection report and reported defects/and or areas of concern have been resolved to your satisfaction before closing. Insist on a final walk-through Prior to close of escrow, insist on a final walk through to verify that repairs have been made and that no new problems have surfaced since the home inspection, particularly in the areas where furnishings and storage may have previously obstructed the defect. What is involved in a "pre-purchase home inspection?" A home inspector conducts a visual examination of the home you are planning to buy. He or she will examine all of the major elements of the home, such as the roof, structure, exterior siding, interior electrical, interior plumbing, heating and air conditioning. A thorough inspection usually takes 2 to 3 hours, depending on the home's size and age. Normally, the buyer pays for the home inspection, although more and more sellers are retaining the services of a professional home inspector before sale negotiations begin. Brian Wetzel Area Co-Director Brian started working with Mecklenburg and Gaston county HouseMaster in 2003. Brian is a licensed NC and SC home inspector and certified NIBI and NACHI member. He is a licensed NC electrical contractor and certified in mold and mildew. Brian has a construction and electrical background, spanning over the last 18 years. He has experience in a variety of building/construction jobs and has performed electrical jobs, ranging from residential to commercial and industrial. Brian has completed well over 3,000 home inspections in this area! Brian is attending Pfeiffer University full-time, pursuing a dual bachelor's degree in criminal justice and business administration. He also volunteers his expertise with Habitat for Humanity. The best part about what we do is we are able to use this knowledge and experience to help educate the public about the things that they may have never thought to ask.


We are a Charlotte, NC pest control company, specializing in organic pest control and services for mice, bed bugs, ants, termites, roaches, spiders, fleas, etc. Our service is safe for your family, pets, and home. We also provide wood-destroying-insect reports for real estate transactions. Call us today for all your pest control needs.

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How do you get rid of termites?

The best way to get rid of termites is to act fast. Termites are a problem that will only get worse — and no matter how much you want them to, they usually don’t magically move out on their own. There are three main types of termites: drywood, dampwood and subterranean. Drywood and dampwood termites sneak through cracks in your exterior paint, nail holes, and gaps near windows and other openings and begin to eat through your wood. Subterranean termites enter your house from the ground up by creating mud tunnels. In all cases, they survive by eating the wood of your house. The type of termites you have can steer the treatment plan.

Methods of termite extermination include fumigation, use of pesticides, and use of natural elements that are poisonous to the bugs. The extent of your termite infestation will help determine the treatment method. If you have drywood or dampwood termites that have infiltrated all aspects of the wood in your home, the pest control pro may recommend enclosing the whole house in a tent and gassing the termites via fumigation. If you have subterranean termites, often the entire footprint of the home must be treated by drilling liquid treatments into the slab or foundation of the home to exterminate the colonies. In any case, once you see signs of termites, it’s time to take action and call a pest pro.  

What are the signs of termites in your home?

When you see signs of termites in your home, call a trusted pest control professional as soon as possible to handle the situation. Termites feed on wood, meaning they eat through the wood that makes up the frame, floors and other components of your house. Most people don’t know they have termites until they discover the damage done, because termites remain hidden underground or inside the wood they are eating. Keep on the lookout for these signs of termites:

  • Water bubbles in your interior or exterior paint: If you poke at what look like paint bubbles and find termite droppings inside, it’s a sign of termite infestation.
  • Frass: This is a fancy term for termite poop. Keep your eyes peeled for what look like six-sided salt and pepper droppings.
  • Mud tubes: Subterranean termites move between their earth home and your house by building mud tunnels. Mud tubes under or along the side of your house or foundation are a sure sign of a termite infestation.  
  • Wings or swarming near your home: As a new colony is looking for a home, they fly (swarm), then shed their wings and burrow into nearby wood.
  • Softening of wood or hollowed-out wood: Termites don’t like paint, lacquer varnish or other wood finishes, so they’ll eat inside the wood and leave the exterior finish like a shell.

Are termites harmful to humans?

Termites are harmful to humans in that they can eat a home from the inside out. But unlike some other insects, termites don’t carry infection, nor do they bite or feed off people like parasitic bedbugs. So while they’re not harmful to your health, they can be extremely harmful to your wallet. The EPA reports that every year termites cause billions of dollars of structural damage in the United States. Immediate action and treatment is the best approach if you see signs of termites. The national average cost for an exterminator ranges from $250 to $400, but costs may be higher if you have a whole house infestation on your hands. Here are a few examples of average cost:

  • Standard liquid treatment of subterranean termites: $3-$4 per linear foot. An extermination company may have a minimum service fee, such as $150, to come out and provide treatment, no matter how small the space.
  • Liquid treatment of subterranean termites including foaming and drilling into concrete slabs: $4-$5 per linear foot.
  • Liquid treatment of a 2,000-square-foot home for subterranean termites: approximately $400.
  • Fumigation treatment of drywood termites: $1,200-$1,500 for a 30,000- to 35,000-cubic-foot home. Pros measure fumigation costs in cubic feet. Fumigation costs can also be affected by the number of stories in your home.
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