This is not a trick question, but it might feel like one. The answer is wood, right? Termites eat wood! Technically, that is correct, but it isn’t the wood they are after. It is a byproduct of the wood called cellulose. Termites eat wood to get to the cellulose and nutrients they need to live. […]
Drywood termites have the ability to cause significant structural damage within months of colonization. Which is why it is important to know the signs.