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There are over 2,700 known species of termites throughout the world. In the U.S., subterranean termites, including Eastern, Western, desert and Formosans, are a concern in every state except Alaska.
Subterranean termites, which build underground nests, can be extremely destructive. They can tunnel to wooden structures (like your home), which damage by using it as a food source.
Termites all share a virtually insatiable appetite for wood and other cellulose-containing materials. Given enough time, they can cause extensive damage and will feed on the wood until nothing is left but a shell.
A termite colony consists of several structurally differentiated forms living together as castes (including reproductives, soldiers, and workers) with different functions in the colony community life.
Regular follow-up inspections and monitoring are the keys to maintaining your Termidor protection and controlling termites over time. Your pest professional may place monitoring devices around your home to detect potential new termite threats. Thorough inspections will also ensure that the Termidor Zone hasn't been disrupted by subsequent home improvements, alterations, or landscaping.
Please call us at 216-739-0511 if you have any questions about termite treatments, termite inspections or other wood destroying insect inspections. We look forward to serving you!Online Termite Inspection Order Form