TERMITES

Termites


What can termites do to my home?

Termites eat wood. In their natural state, they can eat fallen logs and stumps off the forest floor. But on your property they can eat away the equity that you have built up in your home and property.

What should I know about a termite colony?

Subterranean termite are native to every state except Alaska. A colony may include up to several million individuals, living as deep as 20 feet underground. Feeding on cellulose based materials, such as wood, termites find human dwellings offer the ideal combination of warmth, moisture and food.

How can a professional pest control firm help?

Only a trained professional understands the intricacies of how a termite colony behaves. Using advanced materials, suck as Dragnet FT termiticide, a skilled professional applicator can effectively protect your housing investment.

How do termites get in?

Because termites need moisture and have a low tolerance to air and light, they live underground, attacking a home from below. A loose mortar joint, a minute space around a drain pipe, or a settlement crack in the basement is all they need to gain entry.

How do termites get in?

Unfortunately, yes. When a colony swarms, the winged termites may be in the air for just a few minutes and you may not see them. Termites also eat wood from the inside out, making their activity detectable only by a professional termite inspection.


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