Question: Where are termites usually found?

The pests can travel into houses on furniture and dry firewood. They also live in trees that are near cracks and voids in home exteriors. As these termites live deep inside wooden structures, home invasions are often hard to spot.

Where are termites most commonly found?

Where are termites most common in the U.S.? It depends on the climate. They thrive in warmer climates, so their activity is greatest in the South, Southeast, West and Southwest. The three most important types of termites in the U.S. – in terms of activity and damage – are drywood, dampwood and subterranean termites.

Where are termites found in the house?

TERMITES, DEAD OR ALIVE Swarming termites are attracted to light and are often found near windows, doors, vents and light fixtures. Experiencing a termite swarm is the #1 sign that your property has a termite problem. Worker termites are small, light-colored insects that move quickly when exposed to light.

What happens if you dont treat termites?

If a termite infestation is left untreated, it could literally bring your house down. The good news is termite signs can be easy to spot once you know what youre looking for. Spotting a problem early on will make it easier to get the proper termite extermination your home needs.

Do I buy a house with termites?

The bottom line is that buying a home with a history of termites does not have to lead to future problems, with the risk of seeing your investment being eaten away (literally). Knowledge is power and a comprehensive pest inspection is key.

Do you ever get rid of termites?

While you cannot get rid of termites permanently from the environment, you can help prevent them from taking root in your home and control any active colonies nearby. Termite treatments can be the most complex treatments of any household pest management issue.

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