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Tag: termite swarms

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Ride along with Speed Exterminating on a termite inspection

April 21, 2016 By
A Midwestern mid-winter termite inspection makes for a literal COLD-case file. Conducting a termite inspection in Ohio in the dead of winter seems counterintuitive; you’d be forgiven for thinking we should have our heads examined for seeking one out. However,... Read more»
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Can you see the termite forest for the trees?

April 15, 2016 By
An early detection/protection program can help your termite customers minimize property damage, and help your business receive recurring revenue. Remember the termite swarms of the past? For many years, the industry depended on termite service for more than 50 percent,... Read more»

Fall termite swarms indicate a good season

February 21, 2014 By
In mid-November, the temperature was warmer than normal. Then, all of a sudden, on Nov. 13, 14 and 15, it became unseasonably cold. On Nov. 16, 2013, about midday, the temperature and humidity sprang back up to about 70°, resulting... Read more»
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