Termites are among the most destructive pests in the United States. They can cause damage to your home and eat away at wood, which is bad news for anyone who owns a wooden structure of any kind.
Conehead termites are one type of termite that is often found inside structures, but there are many others as well. Before you know it, they could be eating away at anything made from wood or paper—including your books!
This blog post will teach you everything you need to know about coneheads so that you can protect yourself against these pesky creatures by knowing what to look out for and how to stop them before they start causing too much damage.
Drywood termite are the most common and abundant type of wood-boring insect that infests buildings in North America. Unlike subterranean and Formosan species, drywoods don’t need to be close to soil or water sources for survival; they can survive on just a small amount moisture found in building material such as roof shingles or wooden walls.
They often nest inside these materials because it is moist enough there without having any contact with outside ground levels where their competitors live. Drywoods love dead pine trees which provide plenty of food for them long after death has occurred, so you might find some colonies near your home if one was once standing nearby!