Subterranean Termites, Fort Lauderdale, FL We specialize in termite removal, including the elimination of subterranean termites.
Although the presence of termites in your home always causes concern, it’s helpful to understand the different types of termites and the habits of each. One of the most common types of termites is the subterranean termite, which falls into the family Rhinotermitidae in the classification system. Subterranean termites are found in every state in the continental US. Those living in and around Fort Lauderdale, Florida and nearly every other state in the nation have to worry about the presence of these damaging insects.
The subterranean termite has saw-tooth jaws that it uses to bite off small wood fragments, piece by piece. These insects form colonies and can reproduce very quickly, leading to a serious infestation in a short period of time. Subterranean termites build unique tunnels, often referred to as mud tubes, to get to and from the colony. They set up camp wherever they have direct access to wood, and a wood-framed house is an ideal place for them. Over time, a colony of subterranean termites can cause serious damage to a structure framed with wood, potentially leading to its complete collapse.
Our team at AAA Assassin Enterprises Pest Control can tackle a termite problem at your property. We specialize in termite removal, including the elimination of subterranean termites. If you spot any mud tubes constructed on the exterior walls of your home or notice that wood elements on your property sound hollow when tapped, contact us right away. We’ll address the issue and come up with a plan to eradicate the termites with effective treatment options.
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We specialize in termite removal, including the elimination of subterranean termites. Although the presence of termites in your home always causes for concern, it’s helpful to understand the different types of termites and the habits of each.
Our team knows how to effectively deal with dry wood termites, eliminating their colony completely. Drywood termites fall under the family Kalotermitidae classification, and they do a lot of damage when they take up residence on your property.
Although damp wood termites are challenging to spot, our technicians can find and eliminate them. Dampwood termites are larger than other termite species and tend to take up residence on properties where they have access to water-damaged wood.