Don't let the summer heat bring unwanted guests into your home.

Subterranean termites live in cooperative colonies and are the most destructive termite species. These colonies consist of (up to) millions of individuals that share resources (food and shelter) and cooperatively care for their young. These colonies consist mostly of workers but also include soldiers and reproductives. While searching for food, they randomly forage (underground) for a food source. Once they have found suitable conditions for a colony to thrive, the workers return to notify the remainder of the colony. They may follow tree roots or abandoned tunnels previously created by earthworms or ants.

Workers are sexually immature males and females and are about 1/8 inch long, have no wings, and are cream-colored. Workers are responsible for searching for food, caring for the young, repairing the nest, building mud tubes, feeding, and grooming.

Soldiers are responsible for defending the colony and are wingless, sexually immature males and females.

Winged termites (alates) or swarmers are the only caste with functional wings and eyes. Once a swarmer lands, it sheds its wings, mates, and becomes a primary reproductive king/queen of the new colony.
We strategically place Trelona Advanced Termite Bait Stations around the perimeter of the home [or structure(s)] for optimal protection from Formosan and Eastern Subterranean Termites.  Each year (around your anniversary date) we return to conduct our annual inspection of the bait stations.  We will also perform an interior and perimeter inspection of the home (to include your attic) for any signs of termite activity or conducive conditions.  

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