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Changes in the weather can lead to an unpleasant, and possibly disastrous, discovery: termites.
Termite swarming can be triggered by warmth and sunlight that follows a rain. This is most common for subterranean termites in the fall and spring, while dry wood termites will swarm in the hotter months of late summer. Even if they’re not swarming, they can be detected by the presence of frass, droppings, on wood surfaces.
One of the most visible signs of a termite problem is the appearance of termite tubes. As subterranean termites eat away the wood they leave behind a covering composed of pulped wood and fecal matter. These tube trace a path of destruction that can lead to severe structural damage or even the total loss of the structure.
Because your home or business property is one of your most important investments, it’s essential to get the infestation treated immediately.