Because Termites mostly live underground and in the walls of your home, you are unlikely to see the termites themselves.
Since you likely won’t see termites, look for these signs:
Since some of these signs are difficult to detect, we recommend regular inspection by a pest-control professional.
Most homeowners list their first home as their single largest investment. With termite damage totalling upwards of $5 billion per year, they are a major threat to that investment. Furthermore, most insurance plans don/t cover treatment or repairs due to termites.
Subterranean termites live in colonies in the soil. They require moisture from the soil to survive, and can tunnel hundreds of feet to reach feeding sites. To reach food above ground, they build mud tubes to protect them from exposure to light, air and
Found coast to coast throughout the southern regions of the U.S., Drywood termites live inside dry wood. Their colonies can be dispersed within your home and can spread, infesting more than one area.
Formosan termites are a more aggressive species of Subterranean termites that can establish secondary nests above the ground.