- Created: 06 February 2019 06 February 2019
There are a number of things you can look for if you suspect any kind of termite activity. Read on to find out where to look and what to look for.
- Created: 30 January 2019 30 January 2019
There is a season in the termite world known as the swarm, and it is a special time. It is handy for everyone to know about, because it is often the first time we may become aware of a termite problem. The sooner you discover termites, the sooner you can take action to mitigate a potential issue, so keep your eyes peeled for the swarm and you’ll be one step ahead. During the swarm, termites that look suspiciously like flying ants come out of the colony, buzz around searching for mates, drop their wings, then settle down with their new partner in damp wood to get a new colony started.
- Created: 14 November 2018 14 November 2018
In New Jersey, it is state law to have a wood-destroying insect (WDI) report before you sell your home. But you don’t have to wait until you sell your home before you get one of these inspections. Here’s why it could be a good idea, and how it may help you save big bucks in the long run.
- Created: 07 November 2018 07 November 2018
Just as you or I would seek the shelter of a warm house as temperatures start to dip, pests of all kinds do too. In particular, rodents begin their annual trek indoors when the mercury drops. Below are some helpful suggestions on keeping the mice out of your house.