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Termites in Las Vegas are always annoying to have pestering around. Especially here in the Mojave desert where the wood is dry and gets destroyed fairly fast from termites. These are some of the most annoying pests in Las Vegas, particularly for homeowners. It’s never a good thing when you get an inspection on your home, and termites are feasting on it causing structural damage.
Mud-like tubing stretching up from the ground, usually along a wall. This is a sure sign of subterranean termites. The exterior of wood looks thin and brittle. This is due to termites consuming and excavating within the wood’s interior. You see winged insects that resemble flying ants. Piles of wings lying around. These wings are shed by swarmer's that have begun a new colony.
If you suspect termites in Las Vegas home or have heard rumors that neighboring residences or businesses have had a termite infestation, contact Fortified Pest Management to perform a thorough termite inspection service. Our experienced pest control specialists will thoroughly inspect your property to look for signs of termites. Then, we’ll be able to offer a custom recommendation for efficient extermination with our termite removal service.
Visually inspect wooden materials in crawl spaces along with sills, sub floors, joists, support posts, supporting piers, and wood under porches.
Look for termites eating along your homes’ foundation where concrete meets wood construction. This could include porches, steps, or slabs.
Search for cracks in cement, particularly around brick materials and expansion joints, as well as hollow blocks.
Take a look at all scrap wood outside your house, including tree stumps and older wooden fences.
Termites, no matter their species, are active all year long. They devour wood and carve galleries or tunnels into wooden materials. Termites appear to be more active between the tail end of spring and towards mid-late summer.
This is when the winged termites (swarmers), or future queens and kings, leave to make new termite colonies. Swarmers are equipped with wings as they explore favorable grounds. Once they find a suitable place to call home, they shed their wings, and a new colony will begin to form.
Mud-like tubing stretching up from the ground, usually along a wall. This is a sure sign of subterranean termites. The exterior of wood looks thin and brittle. This is due to termites consuming and excavating within the wood’s interior.
This is commonly known to backfire, as It is imperative that you don’t disturb the termites; they will likely move to a more secluded area and be even more challenging to exterminate.