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Anytime you notice a flying insect that looks similar in appearance to an ant, it could very well be termites. The subterranean termite tends to swarm in the spring and fall months. Most of the time, these critters tend to let their presence be known after a rain and when the sun comes out. The dry wood termite doesn’t normally come around until the hotter months are in full swing and later in summer. If you begin noticing termite pellets, which resemble salt and pepper, you need to do something about it. The pellets are in effect the dry wood frass from the termite.
When it comes to subterranean termites, it is entirely possible that you may notice a small dirt tube erupting from the soil. Termites are capable of causing a tremendous amount of damage to your home if the problem is not taken care of the right way. Homes and businesses are the largest investment most people make, which is why it is important to make sure they are protected at all costs.