Do Termites Make Noises?

Termites are interesting creatures that can be found all over the world. But did you know that they make noise, too? Termites make various noises, depending on what they’re doing. In fact, termites communicate with each other by producing various noises that humans can hear. Termites create these sounds in different ways, depending on the type of colony they live in and the situation they’re in. For example, when they’re building their nests, they’ll make a clicking noise and buzzing noise when flying or swarming. Understanding how and why termites make noise can help you detect an infestation before it becomes too serious. This blog post will explore why termites make noise and what the noise sounds like. 

Do Termites Only Make Noise at Night?

Termites are a group of eusocial insects classified in the order Isoptera. They are a major threat to wooden structures and are difficult to control. Some people believe that termites only make noise at night, but this is not the case. Termites can be active at any time of the day. Termites never sleep, so they make noise continuously. During the night, when you’re in bed, and the house is quiet, termite noise becomes more noticeable, so it’s easy to detect these sounds.

What do Termites Sound Like?

How to Get Rid of Termites

If you have a termite problem, there are a few things you can do to get rid of them. The first step is to call a pest control company and have them come and inspect your house. They will be able to tell you if you have a termite problem and what the best way to get rid of them is.

There are a few different methods that pest control companies use to get rid of termites, including:

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