How to Deal with Termites
24 views | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Rebecca Garza
Scoop.it!

Controlling Termites!

Controlling Termites! | How to Deal with Termites | Scoop.it

Many design faults that were introduced with the technology have now been discovered by scientists with their knowledge of 'the hierarchy of stimuli' that affect the termites' foraging and feeding activity.
Further 90 plus% of all urban termite damage is done by one or two species of indigenous local termites, so why treat and eliminate the other 300 plus species when it is now possible to isolate and treat the damaging termites only.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Rebecca Garza
Scoop.it!

How to Get Rid of Termites

How to Get Rid of Termites | How to Deal with Termites | Scoop.it
Out of all the countless insects, rodents, critters and other pests that disturb and discomfort homeowners everywhere, none is more dangerous than the termite. Only termites can single-handedly ruin and destroy a house's very foundation...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Rebecca Garza
Scoop.it!

How to Get Rid of Termites | eHow

How to Get Rid of Termites | eHow | How to Deal with Termites | Scoop.it
Termites can destroy structural framing in short order. Learn the signs of infestation, inspect every year or two and consult a professional to confirm your suspicions. Above all, be persistent--your enemy is!
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Rebecca Garza
Scoop.it!

Do it Yourself Drywood Termite Control

Do it Yourself Drywood Termite Control | How to Deal with Termites | Scoop.it

Drywood termites are different from the more familiar damp wood termites.
Unlike the damp wood termites, which live in moist soil conditions and need a
connection to the soil, drywood termites need very little water, do not live in
the soil and can live in harsh climates. According to Do It Yourself Termite
Control, they infest dry and non-rotting wood common in building structural
supports, and they are often found in attics. The most common habitat for the
termites is subtropical and coastal regions like California, Florida and Texas.
When an infestation occurs, there are several treatment options.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Rebecca Garza
Scoop.it!

Do it Yourself Drywood Termite Control | eHow

Do it Yourself Drywood Termite Control | eHow | How to Deal with Termites | Scoop.it
Drywood termites are different from the more familiar damp wood termites. Unlike the damp wood termites, which live in moist soil conditions and need a connection to the soil, drywood termites need very little water, do not live in the soil and can live in harsh climates. According to Do It Yourself Termite Control, they infest dry and non-rotting...
more...
No comment yet.