Termites Are Coming South Florida is the perfect place to live, eat, and raise a family. Unfortunately, you aren’t the only ones to think so. The combination of warm tropical climate and moist ocean breezes make the Sunshine State uniquely… (READ MORE)
With alternative ways of controlling pests, the convenience of the no tent treatment for termites and bed bugs makes it a perfect, affordable solution.
Homeowners should also routinely inspect the property for signs of drywood termites, paying special attention to window and doorframes, trim, eaves, siding and attics. Drywood termites can be avoided by making sure firewood and scrap wood is stored at least 20… (READ MORE)
The Asian and Formosan subterranean termite species are producing hundreds of thousands of winged males and females (known as alates), which are in turn creating hybrid colonies, according to University of Florida entomologists. The two species are no joke, and… (READ MORE)
TERMITES — detachment of the primitive social herbivorous insects, related to cockroaches. The individuals of these pests called “white ants”. This name is associated with the color of work termites, which is often bright. The largest colonies of termites live in tropical and… (READ MORE)
Researchers are trying to take advantage of termites’ peculiar habits to control them with biological strategies instead, by disrupting their amazing digestive systems. Termites can crawl up into a house from the soil through tubes they make out of dirt and saliva,… (READ MORE)
There are three main termite types – subterranean, drywood or dampwood. Each species has unique biology and behavior that impact specific part of the country they live in and damage homes. Subterranean termites build underground nests connected to aboveground food sources via mud tunnels. These underground termites are responsible… (READ MORE)