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Termites are destructive pests that can ruin your home if left unchecked. They eat through wood and other cellulose materials such as paper, cardboard etc., from the inside out with their powerful jaws which are often hidden in dark areas or underneath floors-boards! In fact termite eyes don’t even need sight because they navigate using electromagnetic waves sent out by abdomen organs called “Homoptera.”
According to the National Pest Management Association, every year the total cost of damage caused by termites in the United States is more than $5 billion.
Yes, and There are several different kinds of termites in the United States. The most destructive by far is a type called “subterranean.” These insects can grow to include millions and eat hundreds pounds wood each year! Most central or southern parts America may be at risk for infestation from this type Termite
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There are several things you can look out for that indicate you have termites in your home.
Signs of termite damage
Hollowed-out, muddy wood: Subterranean termites live in the soil and go back and forth from their home to the wood in your home as they eat it. If you see tunnels, holes, or chambers eaten out of the wood, and if there is dried mud on the wood, it means that the termites have been there.
Mud tubes: Subterranean termites create mud tubes to protect them as they eat your home’s wood. You can find these tubes around your home’s foundation, and on posts, pillars, or walls in your basement/crawlspace.
Piles of wings or winged termites: Winged termites are reproductive males and females. They fly around to find mates and new colonies. Once they find a good place for a new colony, they will shed their wings and take up residence there. If you find piles of wings or winged termites, it means you have mature termite colonies in and around your home.