Thanks in part to our sub-tropical climate, over 20 species of termites have been identified in Florida. Fortunately, only a handful are considered to be pests, with several of those appearing on the scene as recently as the past couple of years. Whether you have drywood termites, subterranean termites, or don’t know what kind of termites you have, we can correctly identify the culprit and treat your home to rid it of these destructive
pests. Highland Pest Control, Inc. recommends having your home or business inspected annually.
Of the various types of termites, drywoods are the most easily identified by the pellets they kick out of the galleries. They’re busy working 24 hours a day.
Contrary to popular opinion, subterranean termites cannot chew through concrete. They can, however, squeeze through the tiny cracks in the foundation and attack the wood around your door frame, baseboards and window frames.