Monthly Archives: November 2013

How To Kill Termites

By | 2017-08-16T13:39:47+00:00 November 27th, 2013|Termite Extermination, Termite Treatment|

Many home and business owners in Arizona want to know how to kill termites and make sure they don't come back. Several species of termites are native to the state, and they cause a considerable damage to homes and businesses in Phoenix. Termites feed on cellulose in wood, which can result in substantial structural damage

Native Termites In Arizona

By | 2014-10-23T21:46:52+00:00 November 21st, 2013|Termite Information|

There are several species of termites that are indigenous to Arizona. These native termites cost Arizona homeowners a lot of money out of pocket each year, as most homeowners' insurance policies don't cover termite damage. When it comes to native termites in Arizona, there are two species that are particularly destructive: Desert Subterranean termites and

How Big Are Termites?

By | 2014-10-23T21:48:21+00:00 November 19th, 2013|Termite Information|

Termites are a common pest in Arizona and a constant threat to homes throughout the state. Unfortunately, many people don't even know that they have a termite infestation until after a lot of costly damage has already been done. That is why it is so important to know how to spot termites and signs of

A Home Termite Inspection Can Provide Many Benefits

By | 2014-10-23T21:45:27+00:00 November 13th, 2013|Termite Inspection|

Owning a home comes with a lot of responsibility. You are suddenly responsible for paying property taxes, keeping your yard well-landscaped, providing regular maintenance and fixing anything that breaks. One responsibility that is often overlooked, however, is hiring a professional to perform a yearly termite inspection. Failing to keep up with regular home termite inspections

Getting Rid Of Termites Can Be Difficult

By | 2017-08-16T13:40:53+00:00 November 8th, 2013|Termite Information|

Termites are tiny little insects that can cause serious destruction to homes and businesses. Termites live in colonies, each of which can house millions of individual insects that all work together to provide food, water and shelter to the entire colony. When a colony grows too large, reproductive termites called “swarmers” will leave the nest