Termite Extermination in SC, NC, and GA
Eastern subterranean termite workers are creamy brown in color, with a narrow body which is just 1/8 inch long. Their colonies are located underground.
The most destructive of all termites, their saw-toothed jaws can cause extensive damage to a structure before any signs of their activity appear.
Subterranean Termite Control in NC, SC and GA
To help with subterranean termite control in NC, SC, and GA avoid water accumulation near your home's foundation. Divert water away with properly functioning downspouts, gutters and splash blocks. Reduce humidity in crawl spaces with proper ventilation. Never bury wood scraps or waste lumber in the yard. Most importantly, eliminate wood contact with the soil. Maintain a one-inch gap between the soil and wood portions of the building. Have your home inspected annually by a professional termite and wood destroying organism inspector.
Light brown in color and up to an inch in length, immature drywood termites do all the work instead of the adults.
Drywood termites can infest structures and cause significant damage.
Drywood termite Control in NC, GA, and SC
Drywood termites in NC, SC, and GA can be avoided by making sure firewood and scrap wood is stored at least 20 feet from the home. Because drywood termites form new colonies by gaining access to wood through small holes, seal all cracks and crevices in a structure.
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