Some of the signs of termite damage include mud tubes, discarded wings, and light brown pellets on the floors of your Bartow house
Dealing with termites is never fun, but it’s crucial to get rid of them before the damage becomes too extensive. Keep an eye out for signs of termites, since they’re hard to see and tend to stay hidden in the wooden sections of your home’s structure. Some of the signs of termite damage include mud tubes that spread across the exterior of your home, as well as discarded wings and light brown pellets on the floors of your house. The wings might look like small fish scales and will often show up near the doors and windows. When the damage from termites becomes more extensive, you could have tiles popping up in the floors, peeling and bubbling paint on the interior or exterior walls, or windows and doors that are hard to open.
If you do notice any of these signs, give us a call as soon as possible at Waters Pest Control. We’ll send someone to your property to assess the extent of the termite damage and develop a plan to exterminate the bugs. In the Bartow, Florida area, we typically have subterranean termites that feed on wood and create those mud tunnels to get around. Because our climate here is warm and humid, the termites stay around year-round.
Termite damage often extends beyond the wood structure, destroying plaster, cabinets, flooring, siding, and ceilings. But with our years of experience, we can tackle the termite removal quickly and efficiently, so you don’t have to worry about continuing damage from a colony of termites.