Warm Weather Brings the Termites

subterranean termites

The generally mild winter did little to naturally control spring pests.  When the warmth of spring hits and breeding gets into full motion, termites can become a very pesky issue for homeowners and business owners alike.  It is imperative to have an annual and complete inspection done.  Tiger Termite & Pest Control recommends being proactive and prevent the problem from occurring. These tiny bugs are known as “silent destroyers” and can eat through wood, flooring, and even wallpaper faster than you can imagine.  They are often confused with some flying ant species and will choose cracks and crevices as small as

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Ants: The Pests Many Homeowners Deal With

red ants

Once you have ants inside your home, it may appear as though they keep multiplying, right before your eyes. These pesky bugs just won’t go away. Once you swat one away, there are ten other ants right behind that one. The reason for this is ants live and travel in colonies with a queen ant that lays the eggs and the rest of the colony is made up of worker ants. These ants work together to find food and shelter for the colony. Ants communicate with each other, by leaving a chemical message that whose pheromones other ants can only

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Spring Is Here: Is It Time For A Termite Inspection?

house

It’s spring again and time for that annual housecleaning. Your garage might need a good clean-out and maybe your front lawn could use some work. There might, however, be one other important step that you’re missing this spring: a termite inspection. Termites are wood-eating insects that perform an important ecological role by breaking down dead wood and returning the nutrients to the environment. Unfortunately, if left unchecked, termites might also break down the wood that makes up your home, leaving you with expensive repairs and a house that might not be safe to live in. Termites can compromise the structure

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Spring Is Here: Is It Time For A Termite Inspection?

house

It’s spring again and time for that annual housecleaning. Your garage might need a good clean-out and maybe your front lawn could use some work. There might, however, be one other important step that you’re missing this spring: a termite inspection. Termites are wood-eating insects that perform an important ecological role by breaking down dead wood and returning the nutrients to the environment. Unfortunately, if left unchecked, termites might also break down the wood that makes up your home, leaving you with expensive repairs and a house that might not be safe to live in. Termites can compromise the structure

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