Pest Problems

Recent advances in pest control technology has provided safer, more effective pest and termite control products now available in Arizona. Although safer to use in or around the home or workplace, these products are expensive and require a far higher level of skill to achieve a satisfactory result.

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About Termites

Termites are social insects. Their workers are best described as "little white things" or "little white ants". Termites have a strict caste system, which consists of worker termites, soldiers, winged reproductive termites a queen termite and a king termite

Termites have the ability to change from one caste type to another during their immature stages. This allows the colony to change the proportion of different caste members as the need arises.

The two most common types of termites are "drywood" and "ground" termites. Both types of termites eat cellulose for nutrition. Cellulose is found in wood and wood products. Both types of termites have the "flying termite" or "winged reproductive". These winged termites are new kings and queens attempting to establish a new colony. They may also be referred to as "swarmers". Ant colonies also send swarmers, which have nearly the same appearance as termites, but may be identified upon closer inspection.


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