Articles For Termites

  • Identification of Insects
  • With well over 1 million different kinds of insects already described, and estimates of maybe 10 times that still waiting to be discovered, how do you go about finding someone to tell you what kind of bug you have found in your yard or home? Here are some hints to make it easy on you.

  • Termites: Interesting Facts
  • These busy little bugs work non-stop, 24 hours each day, gathering food materials for the benefit of their growing colony. They may be destructive to our homes but they live fascinating lives too.

  • Termites: Termite Baiting for Control
  • Like all industries the pest management industry enjoys new advances and technologies, and eliminating termites with bait products has become a common practice. It also is subject to a lot of misunderstanding, which we hope to clear up with this article.

  • Termites: The Drywood Termite
  • They come in a variety of names, but a lot of termites seem determined to eat your most important investment – your home. These termites are a major reason you see homes covered with colorful tarps, and now you can read about the reasons for this.

  • Termites: The Formosan Termite
  • One of the many imported insects now established in the U.S., this termite species is well known for its potential to destroy our homes in rapid fashion. You’ll get a better understanding of what it is, what it can do, and how we can control it here.

  • Termites: Understanding Termite Basics
  • The key to making good decisions begins with understanding the enemy, and termites are very secretive in their habits. We discuss the different kinds that your home may face, how they live their lives, and what this means to you when you are told you have them in your home.

  • Wood Mulch and Termites
  • Are you afraid to buy mulch products for your garden? Perhaps you read the frightening scenario that terrible termites are being sold in wood mulch products. Read the truth about yet another internet hoax traveling around the electronic airwaves.