Termite Control

Termite control


That is more damage each than fires, tornadoes and earthquakes combined. Making matters worse, most homeowners insurance policies do not cover termite damage.  Termite control is one of our specialties.



You wouldn’t go on vacation and leave your house unlocked – why leave it vulnerable to the risk of termite damage? A Pace’s termite protection plan is your best defense against the hidden hazards of termites.

At Pace Pest Control, we employ several different treatment options to make sure your property is treated in the most effective way possible. We offer liquid soil treatments from the industry’s proven manufacturers. We will not use generics or one-offs because of the resource value provided by the original manufacturers. While our qualified treatment options provide protection against termites and include the same warranty, we recommend treating “The Pace Way” which includes multiple types of treatments to provide several layers of protection. A Pace representative will tailor a treatment program for your specific needs.



As they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Pre-construction termite treatment lays a solid foundation of protection against termite infestation down the road. We guarantee it.



It’s never too late to protect your valuable property. Your Pace technician will inspect your home or building and recommend the treatment plan guaranteed to keep termites away.

Termite inspection Paducah


Because you may never see termites until damage has been done, it is important to have a regular professional termite inspection just like a regular doctor’s check-up.  Because of the high termite pressure for the Western Kentucky, Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois region, an annual inspection is best. A Pace Pest Control specialist will inspect your entire home for termite activity and conditions that may attract termites.

Termite Control Western Kentucky


Left untreated, termites do more damage to American homes than fire and flooding combined. Since most homeowners insurance won’t cover the cost, you could be out big bucks even before you realize you have a problem. Termites can hide and thrive in your basement or yard without you seeing any immediate signs of damage. As long as they have food, moisture, shelter and optimal temperature, they’ll be content to eat you out of house and home.

Termites feed on dead plants and trees and dead parts of living trees in wood and soil. They can tear large pieces of food and wreak havoc on property such as house foundations, furniture, shelves, books, carpets and insulation. When a colony matures, swarming winged termites can be seen around windows and doors. After mating, they find a new breeding site and create another colony, spreading infestation through multiple locations

Termite control


Termites are a major concern for homeowners in Southern Kentucky, Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois. Wood structures are at high risk, but don’t think they’re the only ones. Termites are capable of navigating through plaster, metal siding and other materials to feed on cabinets, floors, ceilings and wooden furniture inside your home. Recognizing the signs of termite infestation could save you thousands of dollars in repairs. Termites can feast on your home for quite a while before you see any visible damage. Learn to know the signs.  Better yet, let Pace Pest Control help protect your assets before it's too late.



Pace's Premier Defense Package is the smart way to save! It combines Pace’s Termite Protection & Bonded Damage Coverage with Pace’s Pest Defense System to offer you the best pest protection available.


Maximum Bonded Termite Protection

Liquid perimeter treatment applied on first-year renewal for borate wood and Sentricon pretreated homes

An annual inspection

No deductible for termite damage repair

Contract is transferable (subject to transfer fee)

Annual renewal with no limitations

Damage repair coverage of $3,000,000

Exterior treatment four times per year to keep pests from entering your home

Interior pest control treatment one time per year