A mature subterranean termite colony can consist of anywhere between 60,000 and two million workers. Subterranean termite colonies can grow very quickly and oftentimes years have gone by before a homeowner even suspects they may have termites. This is one of the reasons they are able to cause significant damage to properties. Due to how rapid termite colonies can grow, scheduling annual termite inspections and routine treatments are of high priority in preventing infestations.

Protect real estate investments by recognizing the signs of a termite infestation. If there is evidence of softwood that sounds hollow when it’s tapped, darkened or blistering of wood structures, discarded wings near doors or on windowsills, uneven or bubbling paint, or small piles of feces that resemble sawdust near a termite’s nest there may be an infestation brewing.

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To help prevent termites from attacking structures

Did you know termites lead to more than $5 billion in property damage each year in the United States, which typically isn’t covered by homeowner’s insurance. Queens are the largest and most important termite found in a colony and can produce up to 1,000 eggs. per day. A mature queen can produce about 5,000-10,000 eggs a year.

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