To protect your wood from any future termite infestation the early inspection and the detection are essential.
We will highlight some of the signs that will indicate thermite activity:
- Damaged wood
Visible holes might appear on the wood surfaces on the walls. This indicates that the termites are chewing through the wood in the search of the cellulose. After a certain period of time, the channels created by the termite will increase and will weaken the wood.
2. Evidence of dense group of termites
When the termites go out of their nest in the search of new colony using their wings that would be more visible near the windows, doors and other home access points. When they land, termites will hide their wings off because they will never need them again.
3. Drywood termite droppings
Drywood termites feed inside of wood. While eating the wood they’re infesting, they create colonies that they like to keep them clean. To keep them clean, they create kick out holes where they remove their droppings. And since drywood termites eat wood, their droppings is wood, which essentially creates mounds of pellets. These mounds of pellets, resembling sawdust which may indicate the presence of drywood termites.
For further inspection, our specialized technicians are always ready to give you the best guidance and ways to treat the termites.