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3 Differences Between Winged Termites and Winged Ants in Phoenix

By | 2019-11-07T16:33:48+00:00 November 7th, 2019|Termite Information|

Suddenly your yard or porch is covered in winged insects. They do not seem to fly very well, crashing into objects and not getting very far. They are here one day and gone the next. These are breeders looking to soon shed their wings and set up new colonies. Could they be merely ants or

4 Ways to Avoid Termites Entering Your Home in Peoria AZ

By | 2019-11-01T10:22:26+00:00 November 1st, 2019|Termite Prevention|

As we have written about before, termites thrive in moisture-dense environments. The outside of you home is obviously susceptible to moisture as it is regularly exposed to the elements, but the real risk of termite exposure is when outer moisture seeps inside the home. In order to prevent a termite infestation, Action Termite and Pest

3 Myths About Termites That Phoenix Residents Believe

By | 2019-10-24T15:50:22+00:00 October 24th, 2019|Termite Damage|

In Arizona, termites swarm during monsoon season, causing millions of dollars in property damage and wreaking havoc on homes. Unfortunately, many homeowners in the Phoenix area have misconceptions about these pests, and some of those misconceptions can make the problem much worse. Here's a look at a few of the most common termite myths. Myth:

Post-Monsoon Season Termite Inspections in Arizona

By | 2019-10-18T11:48:43+00:00 October 18th, 2019|Termite Inspection|

Termites can live in nearly any environment, except extreme cold. You might think that states like Arizona that have desert climates wouldn’t have a termite problem, but you’d be wrong. Right after the monsoon rains are the perfect time to start checking for termites. An adult female termite can lay as many as 30,000 eggs,

Winter Weather in Glendale AZ Starting Soon and How it Affects Termites

By | 2019-10-10T15:25:41+00:00 October 10th, 2019|Termite Services|

The mild winter temperatures in the Arizona desert will have little effect on termites; in fact, the ideal temperature for termites is 75 degrees Fahrenheit. If you’re not seeing signs of termites in the winter, that doesn’t mean they’re dead and gone. The fact is, termites remain active all year, even in the winter. However,