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What Do You Need to Know About Termite Control During Winter

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What Do You Need to Know About Termite Control During Winter

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When it comes to termite control, Temecula homeowners often forget about the problem once they’ve gotten the initial inspection that is required when they purchase their home. That is, until they find structural damage resulting from a termite infestation. Once the problem becomes noticeable enough to notice the structural damage, though, it might be too late to avoid seriously expensive repairs or worse. There’s always a chance that termites and other pests will become a problem, so it’s important to be prepared. Even during winter. Here’s everything you need to know about termite control during winter so you can avoid the worst case scenario and relax knowing your home is safe. How Active Are Termites During Winter?   

One of the first things you need to know about termite control during winter is that termites can be active year-round. While it’s true that termites are less active throughout most of the country between the winter months of December and February, this isn’t always the case in Southern California cities like Temecula. In a warm region where temperatures can reach 7Termite Pest Control Temecula0 degrees or higher during the winter, which is often the case in Southern California, it’s even possible to see swarms of termites during these typically “less active” months.

Which Kind of Termites is More Active in Winter?

Drywood termites are more likely to stay active year-round. Subterranean termites will usually seem less active in the winter months as they dig deeper into the ground to stay warm, although the workers will still be actively foraging. If you already have a termite infiltration, though, the colder winter months will not deter them from digging deeper into your home’s foundation and/or walls. In fact, the cold outside makes it more inviting for them to stay.

What Can You Do to Stay Termite-Free all Winter Long?

The best way to make sure your home is termite-free all winter long is to invest in routine pest control. Temecula homeowners can rest assured that their home is free from termites and other pests by investing in the services of a trained termite inspector. Black Knight Termite & Pest Control, Inc. offers a variety of termite and other pest control services, ranging from the one-time service arrangement to ongoing pest control maintenance, with highly skilled, trained technicians living and working in the Temecula area. Contact your local termite expert today to learn more.