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For every termite treatment, our specialist will thoroughly review your home, determine the severity of the infestation, and prepare a quote for your service

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Spider treatments do not usually require special preparation. The technician can enter your home and perform the treatment with you, your family, and your pets present.

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We treat termite infestations with liquid treatments. Currently, Trelona termite baiting systems represent the entirety of the termite services we perform. With this newer chemistry that is specific to insects, and specifically termites, the product is very effective. It is also affordable and environmentally friendly.

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Identifying Termites

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"Glenn was very quick to respond to my calls and sent someone out to my house immediately to survey the problem I was having with termites. They’ve been out to my house several times to help me contain them. Come Spring the traps will be installed outside around my foundation and Graduate Service’s will continue to monitor them through the year. I’m very satisfied with the service I’m receiving from Graduate!"

Jacqueline P.

Termite Control


Subterranean termites are small, creamy white to dark brown insects about an 1/8 inch long. They do billions of dollars of damage to homes and commercial property in the USA every year! Subterranean termites live in underground colonies with as many as two million members. Their lifestyle is much like that of an ant except, they do it all underneath the soil's surface. Termites tunnel along randomly looking for wood to consume. Your concrete foundation is nothing more than a rock and the wood frame of your home is a fallen log in the forest. Hence, the best way to discourage termites from "picnicking" in your home is to keep the wood as far away as possible from the soil they travel in. Once they hit a rock, i.e. your foundation, they build distinctive tunnels, often referred to as "mud tubes," to reach food sources and protect themselves from open air. They use their scissor-like jaws to eat wood 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Like other termite species, subterranean termites also feed on products containing cellulose like paper and cardboard. Mature colonies of subterranean termites swarm in the spring and these darker-colored winged reproductive termites fly off to start new colonies.

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