Termites Pest Control Provo Utah

Termites Treatment For Residential and Commercial Properties

Worried you might have wood-destroying organisms like Termites or Carpenter Ants?  If you’re feeling suspicious and want peace of mind, My All Green is here to help.   Now in some cultures, termites are a delicious dinner delicacy; however, if you find that you don’t have the stomach for such fine fare and you would like to kick them out of your home or building, then that’s where My All Green steps in to take care of your termite service or carpenter ant service.


Since Termites are wood-consuming pests, they significantly impact our homes and business, contributing an estimated $30 billion in damages to homes, crops and buildings in the US each year.  Homeowners who discover termites will spend an average of $3,000 to treat for and repair damages.  In structures, termites will hide behind a thin layer of the exterior wall while consuming the support timbers within the wall, which means termites are not often discovered until a significant amount of damage has occurred.  Here are some basic signs to help you determine if a termite inspection or termite treatment is necessary:


Utah Termites Pest Control Shelter TubesShelter Tubes – a mud-like mixture made of soil, feces and saliva that termites use to transport food, water, eggs and larvae. Subterranean termites will have tubes below ground or hidden within walls.

Utah Termites Pest Control Blow Holes and Wood ExcavationBlow Holes & Wood Excavation– Termites use blowholes as escape routes if they are being invaded, as re-entry points after a foreign invasion, or to discard excess waste. Termites also bore through the wood beneath the surface, making early detection difficult.  Wood will sound hollow when knocking on it.

Utah Termites Pest Control FrassFrass – fragile perforated wood and excrement. Frass is an indication of a serious insect infestation by wood-destroying insect pests.

Utah Termites Pest Control SwarmersSwarmers – The presence of swarmers is a sign that termites are near or have already infested the home. Typically will surface as a swarm in the spring and after heavy rains.  Swarmers are the reproductive males and females and are often mistaken for winged ants.

Utah Termites Pest Control Termite NoiseTermite Noise – Worker and soldier termites often communicate by banging their heads and mandibles against the walls/tunnels. Termites cannot hear but respond to the vibrations that are felt.  As colonies grow in size, this sound can be heard more easily.

Utah Termites Pest Control Sagging Floors and WallsSagging Floors & Walls – Sagging floors & walls can be caused by several things but may warrant a termite inspection. If able to access the subflooring through a crawl space or ceilings in the attic, you may find signs of termites.

Utah Termites Pest Control Tree NestingTree Nesting – Termites often nest in trees, hollowing out the trunk. This poses a serious risk to the health of your trees, your home, and people since trunks and branches are weakened by the damage caused by termites.

Termites serve a great purpose in recycling organic material and waste back into our ecosystem.  However, termites also pose a great risk to our crops, buildings and homes.  Keep a close eye out for any signs of termites in and around your home!  If you feel like an inspection or a termite service is needed, please give All Green a call.

All Green Pest Control & Lawn Care services the following Counties and Cities:

Serving Utah County:


Alpine, American Fork, Benjamin, Cedar Hills, Lake Shore, Lehi, Lindon, Mapleton, Orem, Palmyra, Payson, Pleasant Grove, Provo, Salem, Santaquin, Saratoga Springs, Spanish Fork, Springville, The Ranches, Vineyard, and West Mountain.


Salt Lake County:


Bluffdale, Cottonwood, Cottonwood Heights, Day Break, Draper, Fair Park, Herriman, Holladay, Midvale, Millcreek, Mt. Olympus, Riverton, Rose Park, Salt Lake City, Sandy, South Jordan, South Salt Lake, West Jordan, and West Valley.

For more info on “Termites: How to Identify and Control Them”, check out the EPA Government website here.