Drywood termites: These termites are difficult to spot and can be very destructive. Drywood termites do not need to have contact with soil, moisture, or other sources of water, so they are not limited in terms of where they can infest. Rather than spotting them or their homes, which is the way subterranean termites are found, drywood termites are usually identified by the damage they cause. Usually, homeowners realize they have a termite problem when they see dusty wood debris under window sills, below cabinets, or beneath other wooden structures. Though seeing this sawdust material can be concerning, once it is caught the professionals at Morgan Termite and Pest Control can begin working to exterminate the termites and minimize damage.
Homeowners who suspect they may have termites should start by calling Morgan Termite and Pest Control. We will help to identify the type of termite and schedule an inspection to help protect your home.