Drywood TermiteMany residents owning property in Florida especially those that live in counties along the coast and those that live in southern communities will have the likelihood of experiencing a dry wood termite infestation at one point in their home or business, this according to the University of Florida. Dry wood termites are different than subterranean termites in that they do not need moister to live and they do not live in the ground.
thorough inspection done by a qualified inspector first. Then ask about the type of treatment they would recommend. Some companies will jump right to having a fumigation job done to the house, but there are many times that a spot treatment is all you will need. The difference in cost between a spot treatment and a fumigation job can be thousands of dollars. So just like getting a second and third opinion on surgery, do the same here and get two or three opinions on termite treatments.