Winter may seem like a respite from all the pests that have bothered you all summer long, but there is one type of pest, hiding deep in the recesses of your house, that doesn’t hibernate or die-off when the weather gets cold. Termites will continue to eat away at your house, regardless of the season. So, how do termites survive the winter, and how should that affect your pest control plan?
Termites are some of the most costly pests in the world. Each year they affect millions of homes and cost billions in property damage. While some areas are more susceptible to termites than others, homeowners everywhere should be on the lookout for them. Early intervention can greatly reduce the damage that they do to your home and the costs associated with eliminating them. Here are some signs of termites to look for.