Monday, 29 July 2013

Different types of termites

There are Different Type of Termites
Subterranean Termites

One variation among dry wood and subterranean termite colonies is that the latter can be establish in the soil under or next to a home.
Subterranean termites make elaborate tunnels sort to access your wood.
Dry wood termites build nests above ground, inside the wood.
Termites of any type can sneak during small structural cracks in a home’s groundwork, or they can find in during wood that sits together in the soil and near the house.
Dry wood termites are the most familiar termite species in California. They are more leisurely diners and are fewer in information than subterranean species, which can produce to a million-member colony.
People in the southeast region of the U.S. need to be particularly cautious of the Formosan subterranean termite colony, which can consume 15 ounces of wood a day and destroy a construction just in three months.

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