You will see mud tubes coming from the ground up the side of your foundation of your home into the brick weep holes
or other entry points. Always keep at least 4'" or more of your foundations slab exposed in the yard and flower beds.
High mulch in the flower beds, high grass or high ground levels are the perfect bridge for termites to enter your home even if it has been treated for subterranean termites.
Inside your home you will see small holes with dirt mounds popping out of your walls, with area's that have sunken
tunnels in the drywall.
During swarm season you will see small flying termite swarmer's and wings in these area's of your home.
Termites do more damage each year in the U.S. than floods, fires and storms combined.
Call a good termite exterminator and a good repair company with this type of damage repair experience like us.
Subterranean termites like to eat the paper on the drywall as the pulp of the wood is what they like to eat.
They also like the pulp in the the yellow pine framing of your home and that you have to take the drywall off
so you can replace the damaged structural framing they have eaten.
They swarm in the Spring of every year.