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How To Prevent A Termite Infestation

No one likes to see an infestation of household pests in their home. Cockroaches, spiders, ants and many other bugs are dreaded and unwanted pests. But nothing affects a homeowner like knowing there is a presence of termites in the house. Roaches are gross and spiders are frightening but neither one causes any significant damage.…
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Super Termites, and They’re Not Genetically Modified

A hybrid colony of Coptotermes termites. A king C. gestroi (nutty-brown abdomen) is shown on the left, and a queen C. formosanus(orange abdomen) on the right. They are surrounded by their hybrid offspring, including eggs, larvae, workers, and soldiers. Photo by Thomas Chouvenc, University of Florida /IFA. Formosan subterranean termites (Coptotermes formosanus) and Asian subterranean termites (Coptotermes gestroi) are the…
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Bed Bugs Pest Control Services

These tiny brown insects feed on humans and animals alike. However, they are much more than annoying little bugs. Much like mosquitoes, there is plenty of concern that bed bugs can transmit diseases as they bite by transferring blood from person to person. These bugs can transmit deadly parasites and can lead to a number of…
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Save Your Home From Termites by Recognizing Three Important Indicators

An untreated termite infestation can threaten the stability of your home. Unfortunately, termites often live and thrive in a house for months or even years before they’re discovered. Luckily, learning how to recognize certain indicators can help you spot an invasion before the termites can eat their way through your walls Termite Droppings Like most…
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What do termites look like

WHAT ARE TERMITES? Termites are insects that feed on cellulose, an organic compound mainly found in vegetative matter such as dead trees, wood, and plants. Preferring to live in dark or subterranean spaces, the foundations and walls of houses often make perfect sites for infestations and, if left unchecked, can expand to grow into thriving…
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