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Eary Termite and Pest Service
6080 Center Drive, Suite 600
Los Angeles, CA 90045

San Bernardino and Orange Counties

Eary Termite and Pest Service
5120 Schaefer Ave. D
Chino, CA 91710


Written by james on . Posted in termites

Adult reproductive termites are dark-brown to blackish insects, about 3/8 inch-long. Commonly referred to as “swarmer’s”, the job of reproductive termites is to mate and start new colonies. Termite swarmer’s may or may not have wings.

Subterranean Termite Season is Here!!

Written by admin on . Posted in pest control, termites

As we start to get more rain, in conjunction with the warmer weather, we start to see an increase in subterranean termite infestations. This seasonal combination “stirs up” these underground dwellers and , one this happens they start there search for a food source. In many cases, that food source is your home. Subterranean termites live in the ground, hence the name. Unfortunately, when they soil doesn’t contain enough food for the colony, they set out in search of more. An part of your home that touches the ground is a potential entry point for these pests. Even if the food, the wood is not touching the ground, these little pests will build “tubes” to reach the wood. These external tubes near the ground are one of the tell-tale signs of a subterranean termite presence. Don’t take chances. Call one of our termite professionals today and schedule an inspection. They will explain the different treatment options available if you are found to have an issue. Call today!

Termites, the multi-faceted pest.

Written by admin on . Posted in pest control, termites

Termites. Just the word strikes fear into the heart of most homeowners and property managers. Visions of half-eaten beams and studs fill their mind. What about the cost? “How much is this going to set me back?”, is a common refrain heard from those just finding out they have a termite issue. Unfortunately, there is no simple answer. Simply put, different types of termites present different types of problems. Drywood termites, as the name implies, live in walls and beams. Subterranean termites on the other hand are ground dwellers, attacking your home where the ground and wood meet. Depending on the type of termite you have, different treatment options are available. Drywood termites may be able to be treated with a localized program while subterranean termites may require a broader treatment program to be effective. No matter the type of termite, the professionals at Eary termite and pest service have the experience and knowledge to get the job done right the first time. Call today for a consultation with a termite professional.