Know the Difference Between Drywood and Subterranean Termites If your home is invaded by termites – and there’s a good chance that at some point it will be — knowing the kind you have will determine the best application
Your home is often one of your greatest satisfactions and investments. It’s not just a physical structure but a place where your family’s memories are created and your treasures are stored. Protecting and maintaining your home is important. Many issues
In our previous pest control blog on subterranean termites we covered warning signs and basic facts about subterranean termites, however with it being their swarming season we wanted to share more about how we handle these destructive pests due to
Termites are always bad news, but subterranean termites are both the most difficult termite species to detect while also doing the most damage in the shortest amount of time. Unfortunately, their swarm season starts at the end of February. Subterranean
Termites are more than just unpleasant. They’re also immensely destructive. In fact, the average homeowner winds up paying almost $8,000 to repair the damage by the time they’ve discovered they have a termite problem. JD Smith offers professional termite treatment
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