Termites are considered Arizona’s number one urban pest. Termites are considered Arizona’s number one urban pest. Subterranean termites eat wood (or cellulose), 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Their only break is when they swarm, mate, and look for a location to start a new colony. Subterranean termites require moisture, soil and cellulose to survive. “Mud tubes” are sometimes found on the exterior of the home (the concrete at the base of the home), however, tubes can remain hidden behind garage cabinets or along the interior plumbing of a home.
Some indications that you may have a termite infestation
Outside, termites create their nest in the ground underneath moist soil. Termites travel from their food source to their nest through underground tunnels or mud tubes they create on the surface of basement walls, foundations, and the ground. Termites do no live inside the wood they are feeding on.
Inside homes and other structures, termites tunnel through wood found behind walls, above ceilings, and underneath flooring, gathering food for their colony. Termites initially attack water-damaged wood, but as an infestation continues to grow, they will begin to feed on and damage sound wood and non-wooden items.
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