The term ‘woodworm’ is a generic one, and refers to the larvae state of a variety of wood boring beetle species. Woodworm can cause distressing damage to residential and business property and, if left untreated, it can potentially have a devastating long term impact on the structural integrity of buildings. If woodworm enter your home or business they can attack floorboards, beams and wooden furniture. Expert advice should always be sought where a woodworm infestation is suspected, and here at PEST we have specialist experience of treating and controlling this problem, safely and effectively.
At PEST, we have the expertise and experience to eliminate woodworm from your home or business. We provide targeted, safe and effective treatments, suited to a particular woodworm problem and the location. Our tailored solutions and deterrents aim to stop the woodworm infestation reoccurring, and PEST can also offer preventative advice to protect your home or business in the future.
Below are just a ways to deal with a Woodworm infestation in your property…
At the first sign of the presence of woodworm, you should seek specialist advice to prevent a wider and more serious infestation issue. Typically, the most common sign that you have woodworm is the pinholes they leave in wood.
There are several common species of woodworm, including the Furniture Beetle, Deathwatch Beetle, Powderpost Beetle and Longhorn Beetle. Some prefer hardwoods or softwoods, and are potentially more destructive and invasive.
PEST can identify the woodworm species, and then formulate the safest and most effective targeted treatment method.
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