In many areas of SoCal drywood termites are swarming now. If you see flying termites, spray them with Windex or even water and feel free to clean up remains. There is nothing else needed for removing swarming termites. However, it would be great if you keep a sample of them for the inspector to look at. As a rule, swarming drywood termites are a sign of drywood termite infestation on the structure. The structure will need a thorough inspection to find out areas and points of infestations as well as damage and possible damage, if any. Also, there might be subterranean termite infestation, fungus damage, plumbing leaks, and many other findings (about 42 in our list). Since this is the busiest time of the year, we are booked many days in advance though employ many inspectors.
Most Homes And Other Structures Qualify For A Complete Wood Destroying Organisms (termite) Inspection