Many people live in Austin and in surrounding areas and they are many options for termite control but there is only one company you can trust. Bulwark Exterminating is here for termite solution for your Austin home. Termites cause a lot of damage and listed below are some of the species to look out for. At Bulwark we have knowledgeable technicians that work hard an get the job today. Call us today to find out how to get a termite-free home.
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Eastern Subterranean The Eastern Subterranean termite or the Reticulitermes flavipes are one of the termites found in Austin and surrounding areas. About twenty percent of all homes will experience some sort of infestation from these termites. The queen termite will lay as many as 2,000 eggs in a single day, allowing for a huge infestation. Every year millions of dollars and damges are caused by these common termites. The worker termites are the actual termites that attack the structural integrity of your home and they are about an 1/8th of an inch long.
Formosan - The Formosan Subterranean termite is an invasive species of termites originally from eastern Asia. Because they are an invasive species they tend to cause a whole lot of damage. They will infest boats, condos and even damage the wildlife such as tress. Call a Bulwark Exterminating expert otday to find out what you can do to avoid these type of infestation.
Desert Subterranean - The Desert Subterranean is one of those termites that doesn't do a whole lot of damage. It's scientific name is Heterotermes aureus and they are the most commmon type of termite found in the area. They won't cause a lot of damage to your home but it's always a good idea to be safe rather than sorry.