Subterranean termite infestations are largely a factor of a region’s climate and weather patterns. They thrive in warm locations. That’s why Southern and Midwest states tend to have more of a problem, while the only state where termites don’t live is Alaska.
Termites also thrive in humid and damp environments. That’s why the arid and dry regions of the southwest tend to have less of a termite problem than the deep south from Louisiana to Georgia. Kentucky’s risk falls into the high category, and we personally learned this when we bought our first home in Kentucky.
Through our inspection process, we found out that the home previously had termites in the basement that had been treated. If you’re like us, and don’t want to have to deal with that headache, let’s work together and we’ll provide you with the best termite control and prevention available in Lexington!