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The mere mention of the word strikes fear into the heart of homeowners everywhere and with good reason. A more destructive and organized pest was never battled by exterminators. Eating constantly; 24 hours a day, 7 days a week…no vacation, no sick days… just consume, consume, consume. This has made the dreaded subterranean termite an enemy more destructive than any other insect!

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Termites come in a few different shapes and colors. The worker and soldiers are typically a yellow or off-white color, with the workers sporting an oversized head and massive jaws. Reproductive termites come in a darker brown color, which is why people often mistake them for flying ants, but have wings that are at least twice the size of their entire body. Workers and soldiers and roughly the same size, usually about a ¼ inch in size, whereas the winged reproductives are about 3/8 of an inch long. Termite queens, who can live up to 20 years if untouched, can produce anywhere between 5,000-10,000 eggs a year, and an average colony has anywhere between 60,000 and 250,000 members.

Did You Know?
  • Termites are photophobic (or afraid of light), which is why they’re most often found in darker areas of buildings and structures.
  • They’ve got the most enviable work ethic of any creature on Earth, working non-stop 24 hours a day, and they do not require sleep.
  • Like many insects, termite queens are considered to be a high-class delicacy in some countries, with people serving them like live squirming bug sushi, paired with sweet wines, or even dipped in chocolate.
Myths & Facts

MYTH: Termites and carpenter ants do the same amount of damage to a home.
FACT: Termites will damage a home much more swiftly and much more severely than carpenter ants. The easiest comparison to make is that termites can destroy a devastating amount of wood, where carpenter ants only do an average of a basketball-sized amount of damage (per year).

MYTH: Providing termites with a cutoff source of wood, such as a log pile or stump, in your yard will prevent them from taking interest in your house’s wood.
FACT: Often times, inspectors and technicians find that if a home has a wood pile, shed, stump, etc., near a home that termites will not only gravitate to those objects but simultaneously infest the home and the object.


Have you ever stopped to think about the deaths that occur in a termite colony every day ? What does the colony do with the remains of individuals that die of pesticides, disease and other environmental factors ?

Believe it or not there are workers in a colony that are tasked with being “undertakers.”

Disposal of corpses inside a termite colony is 24/7 job for certain workers. A colony of 5 million termites can lose up to 70,000 individuals DAILY ! Left alone these corpses would pile up and spread disease throughout the colony as well as make shelter tubes unusable. Chemical signals are given off by the dead termites that actually help the remaining colony determine the cause of death, and keep them from danger. Termite undertakers use a variety of methods to dispose of bodies – removal from the nest site, burial inside the tunnel, walling off a section of tunnel and of course cannibalization. Other insects that nest in large colonies go through the same process, such as ants and honeybees. I know – more info than you needed, right !!

Signs of An Infestation

Termites are most often associated with the structures they’ve built along walls, most commonly referred to as “termite tubes”, which are a combination of mud, feces and saliva. The other major indicator of a termite infestation is swarming activity in the home. This phenomenon occurs at some time between the months of April and June, usually after the first warmer, rainier day of the season in Pennsylvania. At this time, you will see a literal explosion of flying insect activity within an infested structure, mainly concentrated at where the termites have infested inside the home.

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Is termite treatment pet and child friendly?

Since our materials are being applied into the soil it is safe around children and pets

How long does termite treatment take?

Depending upon the size of the structure and labor involved the minimum would be 1 hour

What steps do I need to prepare for treatment?

The property owner should have the immediate exterior of the structure cleared of all items

What guarantee does termite treatment have?

We offer either a 1 year or 5 year service warranty

What is the average cost for termite treatment?

This is a difficult question to answer. There are many variables in termite control pricing including linear footage and labor anomalies. Two structures can be the same size yet have different cost

Do I have to be home for termite treatment?

No. We would ask that there be access to water and electricity however

Are all termite treatments the same?

No. There are several different methods that can be used depending on the situation

What do I do if I have termite damage?

Seek a licensed contractor for any damage repairs

What to expect during termite treatment?

This varies depending upon the selected of method of control and the invasiveness of each

How long does a termite inspection take?

A termite inspection generally takes anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 hour