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In addition to our comprehensive home inspections, our professional technicians with Bad Dog Termite & Pest Control are here to monitor and eliminate all the unwelcome pests already in your home or about to move in. About $2 Billion Dollars a year is being spent to repair damage caused by insects and wood inhabiting fungi. Subterranean Termites, Dry Wood Termites and Wood Decaying Fungi are the three most prevalent types of organisms found in South Florida. Subterranean Termites strike 5 times as many homes as does fire, and do more economic damage than all tornado's, hurricanes, and windstorms combined. Drywood and Subterranean Termites are pests you very rarely see until it is to late and your home is already in need of repair. If you feel that you might already have a termite infestation in your home, or are concerned about protecting your investment from possible future infestation, please call or email us today.





The Queen occupies a "royal cell" with the King. She may live up to 25 years, laying many thousands of eggs annually.



Supplementary Reproductives act as replacements for the queen if she should die. They may also produce eggs even if the queen is healthy to help increase colony size.



Eggs are cared for by workers during a two-week incubation period before passing into the nymph stage.



Nymphs mature into one of the four termite castes shown here.



Winged Reproductives are the termites you may see when they "swarm", usually in the spring signaling a well-developed colony. After shedding their wings reproductive pair off, burrow into the soil and begin a new colony.



Soldiers, with armored heads and strong jaws, protect the colony from enemies, most commonly ants.


Workers represent most of the termites in a colony. Blind and sterile, they forage for the colony's food. Worker termites cause the most damage.



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