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Termite Season

Termite season occurs when swarming begins in late February and early March. To a limited extent termites regulate temperature conditions to suit themselves. Therefore, some burrows will be situated above ground and some situated below the ground. Typically the winged reproductives may wait three months or more for the correct atmospheric conditions. When the humidity and temperature are adequate, the reproductives emerge from the tunnels that the workers and nymphs have built.

What is a Termite

A termite is an insect with six legs and a three segmented body, consisting of a head, thorax, and abdomen. If you were to break open a piece of infested wood, you would see what appears to be maggots with legs. Termites are sensitive to touch, taste, odor, and pressure. See pictures below.

There are two primary categories of termite treatment. The traditional approach involves the application of chemical termiticide to the soil to create a continuous barrier in the soil. The newest approach consists of the Sentricon Termite Colony Elimination System.


The best management of subterranean termites is prevention. The best time to provide protection against termites is during the planning and construction of a building. Prevention should include:
  1. Removal of all stumps, roots, wood, and similar materials from the building site before construction is begun.
  2. Removal of all form boards and grade stakes used in construction.
  3. There should be no contact between the building woodwork and the soil or fill. Exterior woodwork should be located a minimum of 6 inches above ground and beams in crawl spaces at least 18 inches above ground to provide ample space to make future inspections.
  4. Ventilation openings in foundations should be designed to prevent dead air pockets and of sufficient size to assure frequent changes of air at least 2 sq. ft. to 25 running feet of outside foundation wall. This helps keep the ground dry and unfavorable for termites.
  5. Thorough annual inspections should be conducted to discover evidence of termite activity such as mud tubes on foundation surfaces, pinholes on sheetrock surfaces, discarded wings or adult termites.
  6. Any wood that contacts the soil, such as fence posts, poles and general foundation structures, should be commercially pressure treated.
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