Termite Identification

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What Does a Termite Look Like? »

Termites are occasionally mistaken for ants. They also vary in size and appearance. Typically, termites are no bigger than ½” and vary in color from off-white to brown.

Termite Anatomy & Characteristics

What Termites Are in Lubbock TX? »

In Lubbock TX, we deal with Eastern subterranean termites and, occasionally, formosan termites. Subterranean termites are the most common and destructive termite nationwide.

What Termites are in My Area?

What Are the Signs of a Termite Infestation? »

The main signs of termites include mud tubes, frass (termite droppings), shed wings, and damaged wood. Noticing any of these means it’s time to call for professional help.

Top Signs of Termites

When is Termite Season in Lubbock TX? »

Due to our climate, termites can be more or less active all year long. However, they will swarm in the spring months as they spread to form new colonies, which is when they are often seen.

When are termites active?

What is the Life Cycle of a Termite? »

Termites live a unique life cycle: A termite nymph will molt several times before being assigned a specific role, or caste. These castes include workers, soldiers, and reproductive termites.

Termite Life Stages

Where Do Termites Live? »

Found in every state but Alaska, termites are one of the most common pests. They are more common in regions that experience a humid, wet climate.

Where do termites hide?

How Do Termites Spread in Lubbock TX? »

A termite infestation can spread when they swarm. A colony can also spread within a structure if the infestation grows over time before being discovered.

How Quickly Do Termites Spread?

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