Termites

The Eastern Subterranean termite has four social members of its colony: King, Queen, Solider, and Worker. The worker looks like a small maggot, which is responsible for feeding all members of its colony and causes millions of dollars worth of termite damage each year.  Swarmers...

[caption id="attachment_7230" align="alignnone" width="300"] Swarming Termites[/caption] As the warmer weather approaches, you may encounter a "swarm" of insects inside or outside of your home. Both ants and termites will produce reproductives with wings to ensure the survival of the colony. The act of swarming usually means the colony has...

Take a look at what our termite crew caught on tape today. You can see the mud tubes and worker termites moving within the wood.  Are you being bugged? Call today 1-800-649-9992 [video width="270" height="480" mp4="https://www.fordshometown.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Live-Termites.mp4"][/video]...

It is termite swarming season. For the next few weeks termites will be appearing in basements and yards. It may be your only chance to discover you have termites. This group of termites was brought in by a local homeowner today for identification. If you find...

PEST OF THE MONTH Eastern Subterranean Termites As their name indicates the type of termites we deal with in New England are Subterranean and are typically moving around in the soil. Termites are an important part of recycling in the environment but are a structural destructive force...

PEST OF THE MONTH   Eastern Subterranean Termites As their name indicates the type of termites we deal with in New England are Subterranean and are typically moving around in the soil. Termites are an important part of recycling in the environment but are a structural destructive force...

PEST OF THE MONTH                          Eastern Subterranean Termites As their name indicates the type of termites we deal with in New England are Subterranean and are typically moving around in the soil. Termites are an important part of recycling in the environment but are a structural destructive force...

PEST OF THE MONTH Eastern Subterranean Termites As their name indicates the type of termites we deal with in New England are Subterranean and are typically moving around in the soil. Termites are an important part of recycling in the environment but are a structural destructive force...