Termites can destroy your home!
Termites have been around a long time; they know the ropes.
They enter through small openings in wood and literally eat you
out of house and home. They cause well over a billion dollars
damage annually in the U.S. and that?s more than all the fires,
floods and tornados combined. But termites do their devastating
damage quietly and that's what makes them so destructive in
Drywood termites are particularly destructive and the age of your home doesn?t matter to them. Old or new, these hidden
destroyers can attack without you being aware of it.
First you have to find them...Identification
Ant or termite? Winged termites are usually but not always, smaller: about ¼?
in length. They appear to have two body
segments, straight antennae, and two
pairs of equally long wings. Ants have
three body segments with a narrow waist,
elbowed antennae and a longer pair of
front wings. Click here to read more