Hufford's Pest Control, LLC
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Subterranean Termites
Over two million homes will require termite treatment this year alone! When termite colonies swarm, hundreds or thousands of winged termites are released. When this occurs indoors, the insects are often attracted to light sources, so homeowners may find piles of swarmers on windowsills or around other light sources. Soon after emergence, termite swarmers will break off their wings, so it isn't uncommon to see piles of wings on windowsills or countertops. 

Think you have termites?  DON'T PANIC!

In most cases, significant termite damage will not occur in a short period of time. But do not delay your decision indefinitely. Damage has already started and termites will continue to damage the structure. Give us a call!
             THINGS YOU CAN DO
* Make sure water drains away from your house.
* Don’t let water build up around your home's foundation. Termites like that!
* Replace any damp or damaged wood on the outside of your home.
* Never leave wood scraps in the yard for them to snack on.
* CALL US AT THE VERY FIRST SIGN!
Even though nearly all termite swarmers will perish if they emerge inside a structure, it's important to contact us immediately. Termites swarming inside indicate an underlying termite infestation that may not be visible. We can provide a TERMITE TREATMENT for eliminating termites from your home!
Subterranean termites are the most destructive kind of termite and the kind of termite we have in west Texas. They can eat a lot of wood, wallpaper, plastics and fabric made from plants. The damage can be expensive! They can destroy building foundations, wooden support beams, plastic plumbing pipes, sub-flooring, insulation … even swimming pool liners and filtration systems! Termites can also injure or destroy living trees and shrubs.


Is it a termite or a flying ant?
                We use the very best chemical on the market to protect your home and office from termites. 
For more information on Termidor HE termiticide, please click on the link below.