We hope that everyone had an excellent Easter Sunday. With refrigerators full of brightly colored eggs, we thought we’d dedicate this week’s “Termite Tuesday” to what the word “egg” brings to mind over here at Reconciled.
The first stage of a termite’s life cycle is the termite egg. Termite eggs are visible to the naked eye. They resemble caviar, although much smaller. Unfortunately, termite eggs are often laid in sheltered places and often go unnoticed by most people. They typically reside inside walls and under floorboards. It is not until the adult, winged termites show up, that homeowners know that they have a problem. Termite queens can lay eggs throughout their entire lifespan (which is rather long we might add). Their first batch of eggs is typically around two-dozen, probably the same amount of hardboiled ones you have in your refrigerator.
Don’t wait until you have a full-blown infestation on your hands. Let us stop termites before major damage is done! Leave it to Reconciled Termite & Pest Control to make “Your Bugs, Our Problem!”