Pest Control in Hammond & Ponchatoula, LA

From Fischer Environmental Serving Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana for Over 60 Years

Don’t take chances with termites, especially in south Louisiana where the annual termite damages are in the millions of dollars.

If you are looking for a reliable and trustworthy local termite control company in Hammond, Ponchatoula or anywhere in Tangipahoa Parish, call Fischer Environmental for professional termite extermination.

Having been in the local south Louisiana area for more than 60 years, our company has the local knowledge, people, and equipment to eradicate the pests living in your home or business.

The more you delay that call, the more damage that termites could bring to your property.

Contact us today and one of our professional pest technicians will come and inspect your home for free and provide you with a long-term pest treatment plan that will eradicate termites permanently. We will treat the termites in your home using either the Sentricon or Termidor systems. Rest assured that all of our pest control services are backed by a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

Termites in Tangipahoa Parish

Termites can cause serious damage to your property if they are left untreated. What makes pests even more difficult is that they remain hidden. Their presence often remains unnoticed until you see visible signs of damage in your home during the later stages of infestation.

These pesky bugs are the reason behind a considerable amount of property damage in the Gulf Coast region. If you have an unprotected wooden structure, then a termite infestation is inevitable. As a home or property owner, it is important for you to become familiar with how this tiny bug can bring damage to your property, and arm yourself with the knowledge on how to prevent and control it.

The most common termites in the Gulf Coast region are the subterranean termites, drywood termites, and Formosan termites. Knowing a little bit about these termite species helps you identify the type that is invading your home.

Subterranean Termites

Subterranean termites need to have moisture in order to survive. This is why they live in the soil or in damp wooden places. Signs of infestation are elaborate tunnels called mud tubes which they use to access their above-ground food source.

Drywood Termites

Drywood termites are prevalent in the Gulf Coast. Unlike their subterranean counterparts, they do not need a lot of moisture in order to survive. They live inside the wood they are infesting. Signs of infestation are sand-like fecal droppings.

Formosan Termites

Formosan termites are a type of subterranean termite. They are an imported species native to China and are a lot less common in the US, but can be found in Louisiana and Mississippi.

The Termite Life Cycle

Termites are social creatures that live in a colony. The life cycle of a termite begins during a swarming season, where termites choose to leave their established colonies to mate with each other. After mating, the termites lose their wings and form new colonies, where they take on different roles.

The workers build mud tunnels and feed other members of the colony, while the soldiers defend the colony from intruders. Since the soldiers cannot feed themselves, they are fed by the workers. The reproducers are called alates, and have wings. When the right time comes, they leave the colony in order to look for a partner and mate.

Termite Infestation Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention


Every pest control program starts with a professional inspection to determine your needs and the root cause of the problem. Here at Fischer Environmental, we inspect our clients’ homes and businesses thoroughly in order to come up with a quick but effective pest treatment plan. We make use of top-of-the-line equipment such as infrared scanners, fiber optic scopes, and moisture meters to ensure an accurate inspection of the termite damage within your home.


We offer many termite control programs, such as fumigation, baiting systems, soil treatments, and direct sprays. Each treatment we offer is guaranteed to produce results and is backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

Find the Right Treatment for You

In order to determine the right kind of termite treatment, we will do a thorough inspection of your home. The course of action we take will ultimately depend on the type of termite infesting your property and the extent of the damage.

Get Help: Contact Fischer Today!

If your termite problems are getting out of hand, it is time to seek professional help. Contact us today to learn more about our services and to schedule a free inspection!