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  Termite ControlSubterranean Termites    January 21, 2018

Subterranean Termite Protection are the most common in our area, and live in underground colonies up to 100 feet from your house. Subterranean colonies have hundreds of thousands of workers with a sole purpose to find cellulose and water. Cellulose is found in the wood and building products such as wood trim baseboards and even the wood trusses that support your roof. As a constant threat to your home, subterranean termites cause more damage each year than fire, flood and wind in combined.

Termites cause more property damage each year than fires, floods and hurricanes combined. Subterranean Termites are especially active in this region between the months of February and March. They come out to swarm by the hundreds and start new colonies in this area. People often mistake this swarm for flying ants found inside of their home.

If there is a swarm inside of your home termites feeding off of wood in that area for three or more years. They cause the some of the greatest damage to homes because their colonies are so large. A few hundred thousand termites make up one colony, which can eat a door-jambs worth of wood in a week.

Subterranean termites live under the ground and forage up to 100 feet away from where the colony is located. They feed off of different areas including stumps, wooden trusses, trees and anything with a good wood supply. They can cross property lines underground and move to different areas undetected.

TriCounty Pest Control can effectively reduce the infestation and damage caused to structures by subterranean termites. Subterranean termites live beneath the soil and seek out moisture and food sources, such as decaying plant material, lumber and other cellulose materials commonly found in building materials. Many colonies of subterranean termites may be found on a single parcel of land and there may be up to tens of thousands of termites per colony. Subterranean termites can be effectively treated with several chemical soil treatments, including the industry leading choice of Termite Control professionals, Termidor®. Termidor® protects like no other.

Whether your home is brand new, old as the hills or somewhere in between, it is at risk from one of Florida’s most damaging forces - TERMITES. Your home may already be infested with termites and the signs may not be visible until severe and costly damage is done. Most property insurance policies do not cover termite infestation or the hundreds of millions of dollars in damage caused to structures each year. The costs to repair termite damage and the headaches you will experience as a result can be minimized once you have Our Guarantee.

 

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