Monthly Archives: March 2014

What Termites Look Like

By | 2014-10-23T20:47:10+00:00 March 31st, 2014|Termite Information|

Termites are elusive creatures that don't often come out into the open. When they do, however, it is a good idea to know how to recognize them in order to get treatment right away. Termites cause millions of dollars worth of damage to Arizona homes each year. To be able to identify these pests when

Effective Termite Traps And Baiting Systems

By | 2014-10-23T20:48:29+00:00 March 25th, 2014|Termite Treatment|

Termite traps aren't really "traps" per se; rather, they are various termite control methods used to exterminate these destructive insects. The most common type of termite traps are baiting systems, which lure worker termites with cellulose-containing food that contains a slow-acting termiticide. Below is some information about the most effective baiting systems and other termite

The Most Common Termite Infestation Signs

By | 2014-10-23T20:49:52+00:00 March 20th, 2014|Termite Information|

As a homeowner, educating yourself about various methods of termite detection can help prevent costly damage to your most prized possession. Termites are sneaky little insects that don't come out in the open very often. It is necessary, therefore, to know some of the tell-tale signs of termites in order to know if there are

Signs of Termites In Your Home

By | 2014-10-23T20:51:14+00:00 March 18th, 2014|Termite Damage, Termite Prevention|

Every year, U.S. homeowners spend millions of dollars treating termite infestations and repairing the resulting damage. Catching and eliminating an infestation early is the best way to prevent serious damage to your home. The signs of termites in your home can be quite subtle, however, making them difficult to detect for the untrained eye. That

Are Termite Droppings Hazardous?

By | 2014-10-23T20:52:38+00:00 March 13th, 2014|Termite Information|

Termite droppings, also referred to as "frass," is a sure sign of a termite infestation in your home. Termite waste is not in and of itself hazardous. Unlike rat feces or other animal waste, there is no potential danger of communicable disease from coming into contact with termite droppings. Small piles of frass, however, are