Two major types of subterranean termites are found in South Carolina, including native species but also the dreaded imported Formosan Termites
Termite Swarm season is quickly approaching in the Lowcountry. Are you prepared? Subterranean termite swarms occur every spring as a natural part of the termite
Bert the Bug Man, Palmetto Exterminators’ Graduate Entomologist, was recently called to a house in Summerville SC. Suspicious rippling and bubbling had
Termites are very destructive and the damage inflicted can be quite costly if left undetected, said Bert Snyder, Graduate Entomologist at Palmetto Exterminators.
In this video Bert the Bug Man, Palmetto Exterminators’ Graduate Entomologist, uses his infrared camera to uncover hidden termite damage behind this home’s
That is what one might say about the home this Formosan termite tube was found under. Bert Snyder a.k.a. Bert the Bug Man, is Palmetto Exterminators’
Termite swarm season is here. “I wish I had known” is the number one thing we hear from new customers, especially those who have termite damage.
When choosing a termite company it is imperative to be extremely thorough, especially if living in the Lowcountry. By Lowcounty we mean Myrtle Beach
This is a good testament of termites in the yard, but not in the home. Thankfully Palmetto Exterminators goes above and beyond and luckily WE have this family protected.
Formosan Termites in a Live Oak tree on James Island, SC 40 feet from a home. These termites traveled to the home’s wall nearest the tree and infested the