Different parts of the country are home to different termites. Learn about the termites in Pennsylvania that may be the culprit of your home damage.
Green Pest Solutions – Termite Control
Carpenter Ants and Eastern Subterranean Termites, the most prevalent species of termites in Pennsylvania, are both wood destroying insects that live in colonies, making it easy for many homeowners to mistake one for the other. It is very important to know how to tell them apart as they both require different methods of eradication.
Spring is prime time for pests. While you may not see as many pests right away (since most start breeding around spring and start invading around summer) there are some pests that are very common during the spring months, and these are the ones you’re going to want to prevent with Pennsylvania pest control.
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Signs of This Pest
Learn how to find termites outside of your home so you can get rid of them before they come in.
Six Things to Look for
Learn the clear signs of termite damage and the things you might have to look a little harder to notice.
Each year, termites cause over $5 billion worth of structural damage throughout the United States. What does that mean for...
And Other Identifiers
The way a termite looks can tell you a lot about what role it plays in the colony. Learn about the differentiators, like color.
And the Termite Life Cycle
Learn how you can identify termite larvae—a very serious sign of a larger termite infestation.
In a perfect world, you wouldn't deal with termites any time of the year. But, will winter provide a reprieve from this expensive pest?
Termites have no place in your home or yard. While we always recommend going with a professional to prevent costly damage, there are a few DIY methods you can try first.