From Washington's termite experts
Despite its northern geographical location, termites are still a significant problem in the state of Washington. There are a few different species of termites in this state, with the two most common being the western subterranean termite and the Pacific dampwood termite. The western subterranean requires soil contact at all times and will access parts of your home that are near the ground level. They will also build mud tubes around the area they are infesting so they can maintain adequate moisture levels. The Pacific dampwood does not have this same need for soil contact, but does prefer wood that is damp or decaying, as you probably guessed from its name. Both termites are a major problem if they attack your home and it's important to establish a termite prevention plan so that you can avoid such an issue. Call today for your free, no-obligation termite inspection.
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