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What are Subterranean Termites?

How to Identify Subterranean Termites?

Subterranean termites are small, brown, six legged insects that consume the wood in your home.  They have a long, narrow body, straight antennas, wings of equal size and a thick waist that is not segmented like an ant.  They can be found throughout the United States.  These insects are mostly known for their eating habits of feeding on your house’s wood structure causing costly damage.  They can easily cause thousands …

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How to Get Rid of Silverfish


                Many harmful insects can be inside your home, workplace, school, and more; however, silverfish are very different. Silverfish are small, wingless insects, that are not dangerous to humans, but can do a lot of damage to property. They can destroy items such as, wallpaper, cotton, linen, silk, leatherware, books, clothing, and just about any item that contains polysaccharides. Polysaccharides and derivatives of glue/paste are …

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How to Get Rid of Fire Ants?

Get Rid of Fire Ants!

  If you’ve ever seen a small, dark reddish brown, six-legged insect, then you’ve probably heard of a fire ant before. Fire ants can live in the grass, under sidewalks, on the school playground, and even inside your home. They build mounds for the colony that can grow up to 18-24 inches in height. Approximately 250,000 of these stinging, invasive species can live in these mounds. Yes, fire ants actually

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Prevent Subterranean Termites with Sentricon Always Active Subterranean Control

How Can I Prevent Subterranean Termites?

Did you know that each year termites can cause approximately $30 billion worth of damage to crops and man-made structures in the United States? Well, did you know that termites could be invading your home as you read this article?  A termite may only need about a 1.5mm gap to work its way into the foundation of your home.  Once the termites are inside your home, they will feed …

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