1. Woodpiles-Many people have woodpiles on their property. If you do have one, it is best to keep it as far away from the house as possible. It is also helpful to stack it elevated off of the ground.
2. Poor Drainage-This can lead to a number of issues in and around your home. But, excessive moisture will undoubtedly attract subterranean termites at some point.
3. Stumps-These are often times forgotten after the tree or shrubs are cut down. They serve as an excellent food source for subterranean termites. Once they discover it, it will only bring more of them closer to your home.
4. Mulch-This is also an excellent food source for subterranean termites. The biggest mistake that homeowners make with mulch is to continually pile new mulch on top of old. If mulch is a must for your landscape, it is best to take up the old at least every other year.
5. AC Drip lines-We all have condensate drip lines that run from our AC units. They usually deposit the excess moisture right up against the house. This moisture source can certainly be enough to attract subterranean termites especially during drier times of the year. It is best to xtend these lines as far away from the house as possible.