Bug Description

Unlike the subterranean termites, the drywood termites do not need any soil contact or a water source. This termite generally enters a structure at a high level such as the roof, roof line, fascia or soffit. It will establish itself in the attic, a window frame, door frame or a wall and work its way downward. This termite may be in a house for several years before damage or termite droppings (frass) is evident.