Find a termite exterminator near Lindenwold, NJ

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9. Marios Pest Control
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4.9 from 14 reviews
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  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
  • Serves Lindenwold, NJ
Mario has to be one of the most understanding people who felt my issues. I talked to him numerous times on the phone, never had nothing but positive feedback for me. Answered ALL my questions. I thought I had bed bugs and he assured me it wasn't bed bugs thank god looked more like spiders and ants. He is prompt, on time, if you want a 15-20 call ahead to let you know where he is no problem. AS FAR AS PRICE you can't find anyone out there who will do the job as inexpensive as him according to the size of your house or apartment. He works with you and isn't out for blood like all the others. Would love to name the jerks who quote prices over the phone and never even seen the inside of your dwelling. Had some idiot at my house and wasn't suppose to be there until 6 at night not 11 in the morning and quotes a price of $800.00? Not happening. Call Mario and you won't be sorry. I trusted him 100% and he vacumns up after he is done. As long as you follow his easy to understand instructions prior to him coming you won't have a problem. I would tell everyone to use MARIO'S PEST CONTROL. The best decision I made after alot of research found the MAN to get the job done. Thanks Mario. You are the best. Emily says thanks as well. Oh yeah and he said I was the first customer to ask him to check my truck out and he did it. Never had anyone ask him to do that. He also tells you how to solve ongoing issues like caulking, sealing holes under sinks, putting door sweeps on. Who takes that much time to help you? Trust me you won't regret the experience and your buggy friends will be dead.

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Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

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.  

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.

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.
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