Termite Treatments:

  • Subterranean and Drywood Termite Treatments

  • Baiting Monitor Systems 

  • Pre and Post Construction Termite Treatments

  • We offer termite inspections and Wood Destroying Organisms Report (WDO) 

*  Presently we do not offer Tent Fumigation treatments. If desired we can recommend a reliable and professional fumigation company that can assist you in this area.

​​If you want a quote from a pest control specialist, contact us.

Do I have Ants or Termites?

It is often difficult to determine the difference between termites and ants. Termites have two pair of wings (front and back) and are of almost equal length. Ants also have two pair of wings but the fore wings are much larger than the hind wings.
Also, termites have relatively straight antennae while ants have elbowed antennae.

• Ants generally do not swarm at the same time as termites, but it can happen. 
• Termites have a thick waist and ants have a narrow waist. • Termites have four wings that are all equal in length. 
• Ants have four wings, however, two are larger and two are smaller. 


Termite Colony Elimination System

Residential and Commercial Customers. In Florida whether you are building a new home and want to take preventative measures against termite attacks, or you currently have a termite problem in your home or business, Claudio's can help. Our termite treatments are the professionals solution - we'll evaluate your property and discuss termite treatment options to protect your home and/or business.

Termite Treatments

Termite Swarming

Large swarms of winged insects inside and/or around the home is the most obvious sign of termite activity. Swarming occurs when reproductive male and female termites exit the colony and attempt to begin building a new colony. Since it takes most termite colonies at least three years to produce termite swarms, this is a likely sign of an ongoing problem.

When do termites swarm?

The exact dates termites swarm vary each year according to geographic regions, species type and weather conditions. As a general rule, most subterranean termites swarm under these conditions:

• Daytime, usually mid-day 
• Sunny 
• Often following rain 
• Formosan termites are a notable exception in that they typically swarm in the early evening.

Other signs home owners should watch for.

Dead termites or wings around windows, doors, or in bath tubs and sinks, certain signs of termite activity.

Termite mud tubes on walls located outside or inside the structure. The tubes are either round of flat and usually measure at least 1/4 inch or wider. They look like their name - a tube of mud.

Damaged wood. Termites eat from the inside of the wood out, so damaged wood is sometimes very difficult to detect. "Hollow" sounding wood should be inspected for termite damage.

Live termites. Termites are sometimes found while doing home remodeling or repair. Worker termites are small, whitish creatures that will quickly move away when exposed to light.

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