Termites are dangerous and you must act fast to protect your home
Don’t Pay Big Money Until You Know
Termites are great anxiety for homeowners. The discovery of eaten wood areas or mud tubes signals a real headache for most people. Afederal can help-but first we need to be sure that they are really termites that you are seeing. The pictures on this page show you the difference between common flying ants and swarming termites. If you have swarming termites, we need for you to save a sample of the insect.
If you see wings on the ground or mud tubes call us immediately at 1-718-259-8799, we are an experienced company with reasonable rates that can help you with your termite needs. We use only DEC approved products that are the industries best and safest. Your home is probably the most expensive investment you will make, why not have the best company help you protect it for a lifetime. With our expertise and your cooperation your valued property will be protected.
Take Preventive Measures
If you discover Winged Termites in the ground outside near your home it doesn’t mean your home is infested. However it does mean you should investigate your home thoroughly. You should be well prepared for this dangerous pest with solid prevention techniques. Crawl spaces should be checked as well as any moisture contact or water buildup where termites can feed. Any dead tree branches or anything hanging above the roof should removed. Finally painting exposed wood such as decks or porches can make a difference.
The Three Main Differences between Winged Ants and Winged Termites:
- Winged ants have an elbowed antennae that comes out down from the head and then goes up, creating a shape similar to the W letter. Winged termites have an antennae that comes out diagonally, creating a look similar to horns.
- Winged ants have a narrow waist while comparatively the termite’s waist is thick.
- Lastly the front wings of the ant are longer then the back wings, while the termite’s wings are exactly the same in size.
Afederal Exterminating is qualified to take down termites.