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Subterranean Termites

Subterranean termites are directly responsible for more structural damage in the United States than any other insect. They live together in colonies of 20,000 or more – with one big queen than can easily produce 5,000 to 10,000 more termites a year. These subterranean termites are hungry and they have particular taste for wood, especially the wood in our homes. They’ll make short work of any structure made of or containing wood, and it’s simply in their nature to destroy property.

Why you should be concerned?

Finding any signs of termites in your home or business is a huge cause for concern. If left alone it will progress from a concern into a serious problem – the termite colony population can easily skyrocket to 30,000 and eat through all the lumber in your home or business before you even know it. You definitely do not want to ignore any signs of termites – so why wait? Just contact us for a free inspection.

What are the signs?

Termites prefer warmer weather, so as temperatures rise from spring into summer termite populations will increase as will their activity. As the colonies grow, termites will tend to swarm, and when this occurs you will have a clear sign that your home or business has an infestation. At this point, you should definitely give us a call and have a professional handle the matter as the situation may have gotten very serious.

There are also other signs of termite infestation often only visible to a highly trained eye. It is crucial that you identify your termite problem early in the colony development cycle – the earlier you catch it the easier it is to eradicate the termite colony and keep them from coming back. The only sure fire way to identify a colony early in its life cycle is to take action and contact an expert today before things get out of hand. At Tanler, we offer free termite inspections to give you peace of mind and catch your termite problem early before your termite infestation goes out of control. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.