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Warm Weather Termite Issues

Warm Weather Termite Issues Raleigh-Durham, NC

We’re reaching the point of the year when subterranean termites begin to “swarm”, so we’d like to remind all of you to stay vigilant and be aware of the signs of termite activity. The upcoming warmer temperatures can lead to heavy swarmer activity.

Termite Swarmers

Termite swarmers (also known as alates) are winged termites whose sole purpose in life is reproducing and creating new termite colonies. In order to find a mate, these termite kings and queens will swarm and find optimal locations to build their colonies.

Swarming termites can easily be confused with flying ants, but if you look close enough, they become easily distinguishable. Flying ants, like most flying insects, have two sets of different sized wings. In contrast, swarming termites have two sets of equal sized wings. Another noticeable difference you will see is that termite swarmers will shed their wings while ants will not.

A Termite Protection Plan offers Protection, Peace of Mind for Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC

If you’re looking for the ultimate termite treatment, our termite protection plans offer year-round peace of mind and guaranteed protection against subterranean termites in your home or business. We’ll develop a custom termite control plan that suits your needs, and implement powerful solutions that prevent subterranean termites from coming back in the future.

To find out more about how we can help you get rid of termites with one of our termite control programs, call us at (919) 847-8110 or contact us online for a free estimate from the Capital Pest customer service team. Call now!

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