Termite Control

Termite Control – Commercial & Residential

Hixon’s technicians are certified and registered with the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry. Our technicians are highly qualified to handle any of your termite control needs. We stay up to date with all the industry standards and training. We are certified with BASF to treat termites using Termidor, the worlds best termite treatment product. We offer pre-construction (pre-treats) and post construction treatments (preventative and curative) on all construction types.

We offer these services

Target pest – Native Eastern Subterranean Termites, Drywood Termites, Formosan Termites, Powder Post Beetles, and Moisture control wood treatments.

Fascinating Termite Facts

Your home is no place for termites, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have a place and purpose in our environment. Termites have been an important part of the earth’s ecological system for many millions of years. They infest dead and dying trees and speed up the natural cycle of deterioration—allowing for new growth to begin.

In many ways, they are among nature’s most fascinating and socially complex creatures. Here are some facts you probably would have never imagined about termites:

If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Eat ‘Em

In Singapore, two-inch long termite queens are considered a yummy food treat. They are served live, dipped in alcohol, or preserved in rice wine. “Would you care for a glass of snail slime with your termite, sir?”

Pound-For-Pound Champion

It is estimated that for every human on Earth there may be 1,000 pounds of termites. That’s about the same weight as a full-grown cow!

Making a Mountain Out of a Termite Hill

Termites make hard mounds above ground in many parts of the world. In Africa, one mound was actually measured to be 42 feet high. That’s about as tall as a two-story house!

Leaning Tower of Termites

In some parts of the United States, termites build freestanding mud tubes in order to get to wood. One documented tube in a home was 12 feet long from floor to ceiling. It actually swayed with the light breeze from the home’s air conditioning.

Beware the Grim Termite

In one culture in the Amazon, people believe that a termite colony found in a home means the home’s owner will soon die. The only way to escape death is to eliminate the termite colony or abandon the home.

Big Momma’s Family

The queen of a species of African termite may eventually grow to five inches long, and lay up to 30,000 eggs a day. Chickens usually lay between 180-320 eggs each year!

Never to Bed, Never to Rise

Termites work 24 hours per day and never sleep. And you thought your work day was long!

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