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Florida Termite Season Starts In February

Super D Pest Control, Bradenton, Florida, Florida Termite Season
Termites are active all year round, but start to become visible in February

When Does Florida Termite Season Start?

Here in Florida, termites are active all year round. However, there are times of the year when they are more active than others. We usually begin to see termite swarms usually around the same time as baseball's spring training season in February. However, even though swarms start in February, Florida termite season is really all year, which means, termites can continue to cause damage to your home 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

How Long Is The Florida Termite Season?

The period of time in which termites are most visible really depends on a lot of factors, such as the weather. Some winters are colder than others and summers can differ from year to year. For example, subterranean termites won't go looking for food if the soil is too hot or too cold.

How well a colony is sheltered can play an important role in how active termites are. Drywood termites are typically found inside a temperature regulated home. Thus, because they are not exposed to extreme temperature changes, these colonies can be extremely active all year.

When Does Florida Termite Season End?

Termites can cause damage to your home no matter what time of year and regardless of the outside temperature. While you may see the swarms starting in February, they may have already been building a colony since last year without your knowledge. If you suspect there are signs of an infestation in your home, it is critical to call Super D Pest Control right away to have your property inspected.

Signs Of A Termite Infestation

To determine whether you have a termite infestation or not, keep an eye open for the warning signs we have listed below. Additionally, while you are staying observant, we recommend annual termite inspections to detect an infestation before it can do any major damage to your home.

The Five Signs Of A Possible Termite Infestation

  • Buckling or bubbling paint

  • Windows and doors that suddenly won't open properly

  • Visible signs of frass

  • Visible signs of termite tubes

  • Flying termites inside your homes or discarded termite wings

Call Super D Pest Control For An Inspection Before Florida Termite Season Gets Underway

When it comes to termite infestations, no two cases are exactly alike. Our pest control experts work hard to provide a customized termite solution for each of our customers. If you have signs of a termite infestation, call Super D Pest Control today at (727) 433-5310 for a free quote. You can also contact us on our website by clicking the "Let's Chat" tab below. We look forward to keeping you and your family safe from termites, as well as any other harmful pests.


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