Termites of Arizona?

Answer Termites are small, wood-eating insects that may be black, brown, tan or white. Out of 2,500 species found worldwide, Arizona is home to five varieties that are attracted to their climate conditio... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Termites of Arizona

How to identify termites from Arizona?

Although there is not an "Arizona" termite type, there is a specific group of termites which roam through the houses and gardens of Arizona's inhabitants, and which are more common than other types... Read More »

How to Get Rid of Termites?

Out of all the countless insects, rodents, critters and other pests that disturb and discomfort homeowners everywhere, none is more dangerous than the termite. Only termites can singlehandedly ruin... Read More »

How much do termites eat in a day?

North America is home to six species of subterranean termites. Depending on the species, daily food intake per termite ranges from 0.015 mg to 0.2 mg, or an average of 0.08 mg. A termite colony of ... Read More »

Do I have termites?

Most people are terrified of the word '"termites," and for good reason. If termites find their way into a building, they generally spread very rapidly, damage virtually all wooden furniture items a... Read More »