Though it is wintertime and most seasonal pests are taking a holiday from infesting your home, termites can still prove to be a residential pest control problem. The tricky part about termite infestations is that they are good at hiding long enough until the issue is noticeable.
Being aware of the signs of a potential termite infestation can help you get in contact with your local pest control company so that they can do a home pest inspection and take care of the problem before it gets out of control.
Here are 10 termite infestation warning signs:
Though they may not be directly from your home, flying termites that hang around your home’s exterior lights may come from a nearby outdoor nest. You should get a home pest inspection if you see these pests or their wings on a regular basis just in case.
Ask your local pest control company for advice if you find any termite holes or mud tunnels on or near your property. Don’t forget to check on trees around your home for larger mud nests. Those pests may not have set up shop in your home yet, but it doesn’t mean they won’t eventually.
Finding termite carcasses, wings, and sand-sized droppings inside of your home are signals for you to get in contact with residential pest control services as soon as possible.
Excess dirt or water.
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