Orange, Seminole, Osceola

If you think like most homeowners, you assume all termites come from the ground and since you have a termite baiting system, you’re covered right? Think again.

Unlike subterranean termites, drywood termites typically enter your home through the attic. Drywood “swarmers” can come from the trees on your property or be carried several hundred feet on a summer breeze from a nearby wooded area. Once they find an opening, drywood termites then infest your attic through roof vents, eaves, or loose shingles/ tiles. Cracks and crevices around your windows and doors also make your home susceptible to attack. Once infested, the only cure is fumigation.

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