Residential & Commercial

Residential & Commercial Termite Inspection Based in Rosemead

Keep Your Property Safe with Comprehensive Termite Control Services

Termites are insidious creatures that can compromise the integrity of your home or place of business, without you noticing. Protect your property with comprehensive termite inspection services from Morales Exterminating Co.! We offer both commercial and residential termite inspections from our office in Rosemead. Our certified, professional technicians will thoroughly inspect your home or place of business to track down any signs of termites. If we find evidence of an infestation, we’ll help you tackle the problem with exterminating services tailored to your specific situation. 

To get an estimate for your termite inspection, please call (626) 243-7170 or contact us online today! 

Do I Have Termites?

Termite infestations can be tricky to spot on your own. Here are some warning signs that you should keep an eye out for: 

  • Wood damage
  • Kick out holes
  • Pellets and frass
  • Mud tubes 
  • Discarded wings 

Any of the above symptoms can be indicative of a termite problem in your home or place of business. Oftentimes, you may not notice any of these signs until the problem has progressed significantly. Don’t panic! Give the experts at Morales Exterminating Co. a call – you don’t have to tackle your termite issues alone. 

How To Treat Termites in Walls?

Treating termites in walls can be a challenging task, and it's crucial to take immediate action to prevent any further damage. One of the most effective ways to treat termites in walls is by hiring a professional pest control company. They have the knowledge, skills, and equipment needed to eradicate the termites from your walls and prevent future infestations. While there are some do-it-yourself options available, such as using termite bait or insecticides, these methods may not be as effective as a professional treatment.

There are over 2,000 different species of termites, but there are three specific types that can threaten your property. These termites consume plant-based or cellulose-based materials, such as wood. Your home or commercial property likely has wood somewhere in its structure. Ensure that your property is structurally sound with a termite inspection. 

What Attracts Termites to a Home or Business?

Termites are attracted to homes and businesses by specific environmental conditions and materials. Understanding these factors can help in implementing preventive measures.

Here are some common attractants for termites:

  1. Wood: Termites feed on cellulose, which is found in wood and wood-based materials. Homes with wooden structures or those built with untreated wood are more susceptible.
  2. Moisture: Termites require moisture for survival. Damp or humid conditions in and around a property can attract termites. Leaking pipes, poor drainage, or water accumulation near the foundation are risk factors.
  3. Soil-to-Wood Contact: Direct contact between soil and wood in a structure provides easy access for subterranean termites. This contact allows them to move freely from the soil to the wooden components of a building.
  4. Mulch and Garden Beds: Mulch, especially if it's made from wood, can attract termites. Placing mulch too close to the foundation creates a bridge for termites to reach the structure.
  5. Clogged Gutters: Clogged gutters can lead to water overflow and create a conducive environment for termites. Proper drainage is crucial to prevent excess moisture.
  6. Decaying Wood: Rotting or decaying wood is highly attractive to termites. This includes dead trees, tree stumps, and untreated wooden structures in a state of disrepair.
  7. Warm Climate: Termites thrive in warm climates. Areas with a consistent temperature and high humidity are more prone to termite activity.
  8. Cracks and Gaps: Gaps in the foundation, cracks in walls, or openings around utility lines provide entry points for termites. They can easily access the interior of a building through these openings.
  9. Untreated Wooden Furniture: Wooden furniture that is not treated or sealed can attract termites. Regular inspections of wooden items within a property are advisable.
  10. Cardboard and Paper: Termites are attracted to materials containing cellulose, such as cardboard and paper. Storing these materials close to the home can attract termites.
  11. Piles of Firewood: Stacking firewood against the exterior walls of a home provides termites with an easy pathway into the structure. Keep firewood elevated and away from the house.

To reduce the risk of attracting termites, it's important to address these factors through regular maintenance, proper drainage, and the use of termite-resistant materials.

Regular inspections by pest control professionals can also help detect and prevent termite infestations.

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Commercial Termite Inspections 

Termites don’t distinguish between commercial or residential properties. If your place of business has any plant-based materials in its structure, it could be susceptible to termite infestations. Our team of exterminating experts will thoroughly inspect your commercial property to track down any signs of termites. If we do find evidence of an infestation, we’ll help you put together a remediation plan. Termites will soon become a thing of the past! 

Residential Termite Inspections

Whether you’re looking to purchase a new home or have lived in the same home for years, termites can pose a problem. Morales Exterminating Co. offers escrow inspections as well as regular homeowner inspections in Los Angeles and surrounding counties. Our expert technicians will be able to track down any evidence of termites and help you clear them out once and for all. 

Expert Local Exterminators

Morales Exterminating Co. has served Rosemead and surrounding counties with top-quality termite inspection and general exterminating services for over 20 years. Whether you need an inspection at home or your place of business, our certified technicians are here for you. We proudly offer comprehensive extermination services across Los Angeles and surrounding counties. When you need termite inspection services, don’t just call anyone – call the experts at Morales Exterminating Co.! 

For more information about termite inspections in Rosemead and surrounding counties, please call (626) 243-7170 or contact us online today! 

    Morales is one of the best termite and wood pests inspectors.

    James L.

    We have been using Morales Exterminating for almost twenty years for inspections and treatment and Robert and his crew have always been very responsive, thorough and professional.

    Paul S.

    Morales Exterminating did our original inspection and Vince and Luis recently came out to do some local treatment on our house and everything went smoothly.

    Mindy L.

    They are super-efficient and excellent in their communications.


    They were on time, professional, and so very helpful not to mention offered a fair price for the service. Would absolutely recommend it!


    I'm really happy with their service and would definitely use them again for future treatments.

    Ray F.

    They are honest and provide superior work products.

    Joseph C.

    I have hired several other termite companies, and this company is by far the best.

    Anne G.

    His crew was super nice professional, humble, kind, on time, and did what they said they were going to do.

    Joseph R.
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