People often confuse termites with ants because of their similar appearance. There are, however, several fundamental differences between flying ants and termites:

termite vs ant
  • Termites have four wings of equal length: ants also have four wings; however, the front pair of wings is longer than the back pair.
  • Termites have straight antennae; ants antennae are elbowed.
  • Termite bodies are shaped like a torpedo; ants are shaped like an hourglass.
  • Termites do not sting or bite; ants can and do, so be careful.

Drywood Termite

drywood termite

Subterranean Termite

subterranean termite

Drywood Termite Workers

drywood termites

Subterranean Termite Swarmers

subterranean termite swarmers

Subterranean Termite Mud Tube

subterranean termite tubes

Drywood Termite Droppings

drywood termite droppings

Drywood Termite Treatment

drywood termite treatment

Subterranean Termite Treatment

subterranean termite treatment

Termite Damage

termite damage

Cricket Droppings

Subterranean Termite Info

Subterranean termite info

Drywood Termite Info

drywood termite info

If you have had swarming activity in your home, put some of the swarmers into a jar or bag and have your home professionally inspected.

Call us at (909) 597-6953 today for a free evaluation and consultation. We’ll discuss your pest control problems with you and see what options will work best for your unique situation and budget.