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Southern California Termites


Drywood termites are common in Southern California properties. They eat your home from the inside out. All their needs are provided by the wood in your property. Legion Pest has the know-how to protect your home.

subterranean termite

Subterranean termites are the most common and cause billions of dollars of structural damage each year. Legion Pest experts can kill the termites you have now and protect your property against future damage.

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Protect your property against termites!

Drywood and Subterranean Termites are very common in California and will cause damage. Termites can silently destroy your property. Without the proper identification and treatment plan, you could be putting your home or business at risk! Legion Pest can resolve all your termite problems. 

Signs of a Termite Problem

When termites feed on wood, they eat from the inside out, and the outer surface usually remains intact. This secretive nature makes it possible for termites to remain undetected for years. While damage to wood may not be readily apparent, there are other signs of a termite infestation that property should know about.


Mud tubes on your home’s foundation are a major clue that subterranean termites are present. These termites build tunnels out of mud to travel between their underground nests and their food sources. Piles of discarded insect wings, bubbling or uneven paint, or wood that sounds hollow when tapped on are some other signs to watch out for.

Drywood termites can be very hard to detect. Keep an eye out for small, round holes on the surface of wooden objects. You may also see piles of sawdust-like material around your property. This material is termite excrement.

Since these signs are easy to miss, it’s a good idea to have your property inspected by a professional. The National Pest Management Association recommends getting a termite inspection every two years.

Guaranteed Termite Remediation

Legion Pest Management guarantees all of our work– even termites! Don’t waste your money on DIY solutions that don’t solve the root of the problem. One call and we can put your worry to rest and leave your property investment safe.

We Work With All Structures

Legion Pest Management is a full-service pest control provider. We have specialised techs trained for residential, commercial, industrial, & multi-tenant apartment structures. Call Legion Pest we have a solution for your pest control needs.





Termite Treatment Options

Legion Pest offers both localized and full structure termite treatments for Subterranean & Drywood Termites. Not every home or commercial building is the same. Termites attack from all angles. Legion Pest professionals will evaluate your home or business and recommend the solution that is best for your property.

Treatment for

Drywood Termites


Tenting your property for Drywood Termites is done using Vikane gas that is colorless and odorless and permeates all areas of your property. This is considered an all-encompassing structure treatment providing a termite service warranty to the entire structure.

Treatment for

subterranean termite

Soil Barrier

A Legion Pest Pro will perform a thorough examination of your home by checking your structure for signs of termites. Soil Barrier treatments can also create a soil barrier to help prevent future termite infestations.

Treatment for

Drywood Termites

Spot Treatment

Localized liquid treatments are prescribed treatments to areas of visible termite activity. This treatment is designed to treat and control only the areas of visible termite activity.

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