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What you need to know about termites control.
Termites are responsible for causing at least millions of dollars’ worth of damage every year. Although they generally feed on wood, they are also known to feed on plastic, paper and plant matter. From the video, our termite specialist discovered termites at the stairs. Consequently they drill and inject insecticide into the termite infested area.
What attracts termites?
Termites are typically attracted to moisture and are more active in warm, dark undisturbed places. You can hire contractors to inspect your homes to make sure that there are no such sources in your home for termites to infiltrate. As termites typically feed on wood and cellulose materials, ensure that you get rid of such materials/resources in your home to prevent any infestation of termites.
Signs of a termite infestation:
1. Old walls or woods that sound hollow when knocked
2. Mud trails that termites build on walls (usually built by Subterranean termites)
3. Pellets that resembles powder or piles of salt around the house (usually produced by Drywood termites)
What should you do if you suspect that you have termites in your home?
If you do discover termites in your home, it is best to leave them alone first. Once the colony senses danger, they will start to look for a new place to build their new nest. You can contact your local pest control company like Aerohub Pest Control for an inspection.
What can Aerohub do for you?
First, our termite specialist will conduct a thorough inspection throughout the premise with the latest radar technology called Termatrac. Termatrac is an advanced radar system that is not invasive. After inspection, our specialist will recommend the best and most effective solution to help eradicate your termite infestation. We also provide follow-up visits as well as warranty!
Feel free to drop us a call @ 6250 2929 or email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any enquiries!