Termite Identification

Termites may look similar to ants, but there are a few key differences to look for. Here’s how to identify the common termite species in [city].

Eastern subterranean and formosan termites are the most common species in [city], but we also commonly deal with the highly destructive subterranean termites as well.

Mud tubes, droppings (also called frass), discarded wings, and property damage are all strong indications that you may have a termite infestation.

Our warm climate allows termites to remain active all year long, though they’re most frequently spotted while mating in the spring and summer.

Each termite species and caste within a colony has a different lifespan and life cycle. Learn about how termites grow and mature here.

Termites are found all across the globe, including right here in [city]. Discover where termites are most common and what climates they prefer here.

Termites can spread in a variety of ways, from swarming and mating to tunneling through a house. Here are the most common ways that termites spread in [city].