Keys to Recognizing and Preparing for Termites

Termite Pest Control

Are You Ready For Termite Season? Spring weather is the start of what we refer to as the beginning of “termite season“. Termite season is when termite swarms begin to emerge from their colonies in search of a new colony and a mate. They look for the perfect place with: moisture cellulose food source soil Seeing swarms…

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Indications of Early Season Termite Infestation

Termite Pest Control

If you are anything like me, you are loving this unseasonably warm weather that we are experiencing in Georgia.  It’s been a nice preview of what is in store for us when Spring time comes.  Inevitably we will experience a cold snap before Spring comes around to stay.  I’m also not looking forward to an earlier termite season…

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Termite Infestation Effects Even Celebrities

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Elin Nordegren, the Swedish ex-wife of golf pro Tiger Woods, recently demolished her $12 million Florida home she purchased after her divorce. She is planning to rebuild a new home in the same spot similar to the original. MSN reported the first property was torn down in part due to an infestation of termites and…

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Termites Still Active in Winter Months

Termite Pest Control

Are termites at work in your home? Last week we experienced a number of active termite calls on par with the summer months. We saw moderate to severe damage and evidence of the preparations termites make for the “swarm season” which is the reproductive season for the Eastern Subterranean Termite. Eastern Subterranean Termites The Eastern…

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Termites Remain Active Even in Winter

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Termites remain active year round, even during the winter. In cooler climates, subterranean termites typically move deeper into the ground during the cold season to access the warmth they need to survive. While subterranean workers will forage closer to their nests during the winter, they will remain active (although likely not quite as active as…

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