Termites in North Texas

Termites in North Texas

Termites in North Texas

Are you seeing black, winged insects in your home?

Reproductive termites are darker brown. They have wings, two sets of equal length. They are typically about 3/8 inch long. These winged termites are called “swarmers”, they are reproductive with the duty of mating and starting new colonies. When they begin to swarm they may loose their wings. So you may see wings laying around and just the termite bodies on the ground. Many confuse termites and ants. Termites have two body segments and two sets of wings of equal lengths. Ants have 3 body segments and two sets of wings but the are not of equal lengths. The swarmers are sometimes the only thing that homeowners may see to alert them that they have a termite infestation. Termite swarms typically occur from March to May in North Texas. If you think you may have a termite infestation give us a call.

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