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We provide termite inspections for FREE! If you think you have termites, the first thing to do is have an inspection. There are many insects that can damage wood and a wrong identification can cost you money for no reason. Let our experts inspect your home for termite damage today.
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Description: E. Subterranean termite workers are cream in color and about 3/8 inch long. The kings and queens are darker, longer and have wings when they first emerge. The soldiers look like the workers except the have enlarge heads and mandibles that allow them to protect the colony.
Termites eat the cellulose in wood and wood products. In Connecticut we mostly deal with the eastern subterranean termite. Because their home is he soil, when the;y break into the air they will build mud tubes to keep themselves protected from the sun and to keep the humidity level correct. When thy hit a rock or something solid like foundation they will build mud tubes giving us something to watch out for. It is always important to fix cracks in your foundation and wood of your home away form the ground. Keeping a dehumidifier in your crawlspace or basement can avoid termites and many other insects from making it their home.
Termite treatments can be done many ways. Bee Smart Pest Control provides a bait station service, plus we treat the infected wood with a material to stop them from eating your home.
To have your home inspected for termites for FREE or to talk about a known termite issue please call us at 860-333-6288 or you can go to our contact page and send us a message.
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The most wrongly identified insect are swarmers. The picture to the right show the difference. Some key points are, the termite swarmer will have wings twice the length of their very straight body. Whereas the carpenter ant swarmer will have a pinched waist and bent antennae. Both can come out in the hundreds, although termite swarms tend to be larger. If you have a itching to clean, make sure to save a few specimens. Out them in a zip lock bag or other sealable container.