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An image of subterranean termites and their tubes found underneath a carpet

Subterranean Termites Strike Again!!

on November 2, 2017 in Termites

We are officially back in termite season as of the beginning of this month (aka “subterranean termites”). Termite season usually runs through May, so we have a long season in front of us. Why do subterranean termites become active this time of year? You may not think you have much in common with a termite, […]

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Winter Visitor Pest Control Checklist

on October 27, 2017 in Cockroaches, Crickets, Rodents, Scorpions, Snakes, Spiders, Termites

Welcome back, Winter Visitors! As you know, your vacant homes have been locked up and unattended through intense heat from the summer and humidity from the monsoon. You may find that many pests have taken advantage of your absence and have become squatters in your home. Further, thanks to the monsoon moisture over the summer, […]

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“Should I Have A Termite Inspection On My House?”

on January 20, 2017 in Termites

The holiday season is finally over and everyone is back to work – including the termites in the area! While many of you were out enjoying the holidays, swarms of termites were breeding and eating their way through your homes. This isn’t particularly unusual. However, what is unusual is the rate of termite activity when […]

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Termites In Arizona – ‘Tis the Season!

on September 1, 2016 in Termites

Termites in Arizona – it’s not a question of “If?” but “When?”. The monsoon season is almost done, but its effects are far from over. All of that moisture in recent weeks has laid the groundwork for termites to flourish. The soil is softer and more moist, making it easier for them to build tubes […]