Because termites are difficult to find without the help of a professional, it’s crucial to know how to recognize the signs of termite activity. By being on the lookout for termites and calling a pest control expert to inspect your home upon noticing any signs, you can effectively stop a full-blown infestation.
Unfortunately, it can be extremely difficult to detect termites early unless you invest in annual inspections. As soon as any of the below signs are spotted, it’s time to call the termite exterminators at Johnson Pest Control.
Signs of termite activity
Especially because termites are very rarely seen, it’s essential to know what signs to keep an eye out for when trying to figure out if you have an infestation. If you see any of the following signs, you may have a termite infestation on your hands:
- Mud tubes on the exterior of the home
- Unexplained cracks on internal walls, ceiling beams, or rafters
- Bubbled or sagging areas in the floor
- Floorboards/baseboards feeling weak or sounding hollow
- Broken roof tiles
- Doors and windows sticking
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Are termites ever seen?
Because they work within structures, termites are rarely seen by homeowners. However, termites can be seen when the reproductive termites—known as swarmers—fly in warm weather to establish new colonies. There are other things that signal the presence of termites in or near your home. If you see termite droppings, otherwise known as frass, it’s important to call a termite exterminator to further inspect them for you. Lastly, some people notice piles of shed wings from the swarmers. All of these signs warrant a call to your local termite control company.
Termite inspections and treatments
Through frequent monitoring, intensive inspections, and effective prevention techniques, the termite exterminators Johnson Pest Control can help protect your home or business year-round from termites. For a termite inspection or treatment, give us a call today!Back to Termite Exterminators – Control
How to Detect Termites Early in Sevierville TN
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