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It’s true! You can get hurt by damaging pests that you do not see. A very good example of this is when drywood and subterranean termites invade. These pests cause millions in damages for folks living in the United States each year. For months, entire colonies of termites could be causing damage to your home. Seemingly invisible and silent, you may not even know they are there until floors are buckling, walls are sagging, and porches are drooping. The damage from termites usually isn’t a small price to pay because the damage can be extensive before being discovered. Structural beams, ceilings, floors, and walls can all be at risk, weakening the structure and the overall value of your home.
Termites are tiny, strong, active year-round, and non-apologetic in their ability to enter any Savannah, GA structure and cause significant and costly damages. Termites generally live and nest outside, but the workers often find their way inside of homes and other buildings while out foraging for food. Worker termites are very attracted to properties that have moisture issues as they prefer to attack wood that has been damaged by water; however once they make themselves at home, in your home they have no problem attacking your home’s sound wood as well - only increasing the amount of damage they cause!
Termites are a terrible problem in Gainesville. One of the biggest problems with termites is that they are sneaky. You won’t know they are there until after they have started to eat away at the structure of your home. Another problem is the tremendous amount of damage they can do to your home. The cost of termite repair each year is more than that of any natural disaster like fires, hurricanes, and tornadoes put together.
There are few things that can horrify a Tampa homeowner more than finding termites. In Tampa, we don't just have the most destructive termites species found in the entire United States, we have ALL of them. The tropical temperatures in Florida make our state ideal for termites of all species to thrive. That is bad news for our homes.