While smaller and less common than the subterranean termite, drywood termites can still mean big trouble for your business. This pest nests aboveground in wood, such as in the framework of buildings, flooring, or furniture. In addition to eating the wood, drywood termites also produce fecal pellets that they push through tunnels, leaving small holes on the surface.
Commercial businesses across the Mid-Atlantic are susceptible to drywood termites, especially furniture stores, lumberyards, home improvement stores, construction companies, and anywhere the pests can find dry wood. When dealing with drywood termites, fumigation services can help keep your business free from these destructive pests.