One of the most common signs of a termite infestation is the presence of mud tubes. These tubes are small tunnels made of mud that termites use to travel between their nest and their food source. Homeowners can often find mud tubes on walls, foundations, crawl spaces, and other wooden surfaces.
Homeowners may also notice that their wooden surfaces, such as floors and walls, appear to be hollowed out or have a honeycomb texture. This is because termites feed on the cellulose found in wood, which can weaken the structure of the wood over time. If you notice any of these signs, it’s important to contact us immediately.
Homeowners can also prevent termite infestations by taking proactive measures, such as keeping firewood and other wooden materials away from the home’s foundation and ensuring that there are no leaky pipes or other sources of moisture. Regular inspections by a Cobalt Pest service professional can also help detect termite activity early, which can prevent extensive damage to the home.
Protecting your home is our top priority. Termites can cause significant damage to a home’s structure if left undetected. Homeowners can look for signs of a termite infestation, such as mud tubes, discarded wings, and hollowed-out wooden surfaces. By taking proactive measures and scheduling regular inspections from our service professionals, homeowners can protect their homes from these destructive pests.