Termites aren’t the only wood destroying pests. Powder post beetles, old house borers, and wood decay fungus are all very destructive to the wood members of your home.
Control Carpenter Bees Carpenter bee control is not hard to do. If you live in a cedar sided home or have cedar trim on the outside, Carpenter bees love cedar. ,,, [read more]
Termite News from our sister site will introduce you to some common “Do’s and Dont’s” about controlling termites in your home or structure. ,,, [read more]
Termites feed on the cellulose in wood and wood by-products. Termites recycle their waste back into the soil as nutrients for new trees, gardens and farms. ,,, [read more]
Wood to ground contact can provide access for sub-termites into my home. High levels of moisture, due to plumbing, gutter and roof leaks, invite termites. ,,, [read more]
Termites left to do their work without detection over time can cause severe damage to your home and your pocket book. ,,, [read more]
Do I have Termites – The appearance of winged or swarming termites is often the first indication of a termite problem. If I have termites, what to do next. ,,, [read more]