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Can termites survive the winter? Unfortunately, winter does not mean an end to your termite problem. Learn all about winter termite activity here.
Formosan termites are known as the super termite, because they are more aggressive than regular subterranean termites. Learn more.
Termite droppings, or frass, is a common sign of termites, but is often confused for sawdust. Our experts explain the difference.
Termite damage repair costs U.S. residents $5 billion per year. Discover the other costs of these tiny pests in our infographic.
Spring is right around the corner and so is termite season. Check out our list of the top five East Coast states for termite activity.
It’s termite season. How much do you know about these voracious pests? Check out these ten trivia facts to learn more about termites.
Drywood termites are different than subterranean termites and can impact your home differently. See how they are different.
Pests can become an unexpected financial burden to homeowners. Take a look at these tips to save your home from a pest infestation.
DIY pest control methods are common, but for termites, DIY termite treatments often don't work and leave you with an even bigger issue.
One of the first signs of a termite infestation is seeing discarded wings from flying termites, or termite swarmers, in the early spring.
Termite season is nearly here. We look at the top 5 cities for termites and activity within the Ehrlich Pest Control service areas.
Termites are known for eating wood, but if you live in a brick home, are you in the clear? Our experts say you aren't out of the woods.
Termite damage from an infestation can cost homeowners thousands of dollars. Our experts know how to keep your home safe from termites.
Does homeowners insurance cover termite damage? Your home is probably one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make. Make sure you protect it.
A new species of termite was found in Tampa, Florida know as the Asian subterranean termite. Find out what you need to know this termite season.
We’ve compiled a list of the most common pests that are often found hiding inside walls and ceilings of homes. Find out what they are, here.