"Summer has come to a close as we reach further into late fall. It’s commonly known that termites usually swarm in the beginning of summer, but as September and October pass by, you’d think that these pests would start dying out and becoming less of a threat. After all, winter is almost upon us—so why are termites still actively chewing and damaging homes?"
"You might have heard people talking about how bad the termite swarmers are going to be this year. Well, due to the climate and temperatures, termites can actually continue to swarm late into the summer months of August and September in South Carolina which could present a major problem for the homeowners in this area!"
"The summer season is in full swing and the termites have already begun building their new nests inside our homes. At this very moment, termites could be tunneling through the wood and weakening the structures of numerous homes all across the country; in just a single year, these termites can cause around five billion dollars worth of damage to structures throughout the United States!"