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Prevent a Spring Termite Invasion

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Moisture from rain or snow can attract termites, which will emerge in full force before we know it in the spring. Here’s how you can prevent a termite invasion before the season begins.Preventing termites from accessing your home and treating known termite colonies is your ultimate termite... more
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Termite vs. Ant

Do you know the difference between termites and flying ants? Let us help you identify which type of pest you may have.               Contact A1 Exterminators at 800-252-4825 to schedule a free inspection of your... more
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This week is Termite Awareness Week

As spring quickly approaches, termites will emerge and begin feasting on vulnerable homes across the country. To spread public awareness about termites, A1 Exterminators and the National Pest Management Association will be celebrating the fifth annual Termite Awareness Week, March 13-19, 2016. A1... more
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Termite Facts

In honor of Termite Week, here are a few termite facts that you may find interesting. Termites are wood-destroying insects whose presence dates back to the dinosaurs. Termites are known as "silent destroyers" because of their ability to chew through wood flooring and even wallpaper... more
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Different Types of Termites

There are four major kinds of termites in the United States: dampwood, drywood, Formosan and subterranean. Dampwood termites commonly live in heavily fore sted areas of the country as they prefer wood with a high moisture content. They are normally larger than other termite... more
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Easy to Live with Termite Control

Don’t wait until you have a serious and costly problem on your hands – consider the solutions now! Contact A1 Exterminators at 800-525-4825 and have our expert technicians do a complete inspection of your property. Understanding your termite treatment... more
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Termites in Zimbabwe

Termites in Zimbabwe build gigantic mounds inside of which they farm a fungus that is their primary food source. The fungus must be kept at exactly 87 degrees F, while the temperatures outside range from 35 degrees F at night to 104 degrees F during the day. The termites achieve this remarkable... more
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Learn the Difference Between Ants & Termites

Learn the difference between termites and ants. Termite damage can cost you thousands to repair. Be careful not to mistake termites for ants. Contact A1 Exterminators for a full inspection of your property to determine the pest you may... more
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