subterranean and drywood termites are the two most problematic in South florida.
subterranean termites are social insects that live within soil. dead trees and brush provide a natural food source. they enter buildings through wood that is in direct contact with the soil.
drywood termites are especially common near the coastal areas of south florida. they spend almost their entire life cycle inside the dry wood upon which they feed. shed wings and ejected pellets are common signs of activity.
if termite activity is suspected, a thorough examination of the entire structure should be conducted by one of our experienced technicians, who hold a state-issued wood destroying organism inspection card. a careful inspection is critical in order to determine the extent of infestation, damage, and locations of all colonies. the results of inspection will dictate course of treatment.