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Termites are small, social insects that are often called "white ants" because of their similar appearance to ants, but they are not closely related to ants. Termites are known for their ability to consume wood and other cellulose-based materials, which can lead to significant damage to buildings and other structures.


These destructive little insects live in large colonies that can consist of hundreds of thousands of individuals, and each colony is made up of different castes, including workers, soldiers, and reproductive individuals. Workers are responsible for building and maintaining the nest, as well as for foraging and feeding the other members of the colony. Soldiers are tasked with defending the colony from predators, while the reproductive individuals are responsible for reproducing and starting new colonies.

Close up photo of termite larvae
Photo of termites eating wood material

Termites can be extremely harmful if they invest your home or property by causing significant damage to buildings and other structures if left untreated, which can be costly to repair. They can weaken structures like walls, floors, and even entire buildings, which can be costly to repair.


In addition to the structural damage they cause, termites can also be harmful to the environment. They are known for breaking down dead wood and other plant matter, which can impact ecosystems and alter nutrient cycling. However, in their natural habitats, termites are an important part of the ecosystem and play a beneficial role in breaking down organic matter and recycling nutrients.


It's important to take steps to prevent and control termite infestations to protect your home and business properties and minimize potential harm. At Bug Pro LLC, we highly recommend regular inspections, treatment, and maintenance of your home or property to help prevent and control termite infestations.


Contact Us

If think you might have problems with termites, or if you just want to be proactive and make sure you don’t have any issues, simply call us at (501) 941-3378 or contact us online. We’ll be glad to come out for a free inspection and offer your home protection with our annual termite contract.

Close up photo of an adult termite eating wood material

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