Termites are small creatures that have a main weird food timber. They can also eat the soil, plants and other natural materials that are rich in cellulose. The termites responsible for the destruction of most man-made structures such as houses and other wooden buildings.
Many houses, theatres and larger structures have been destroyed over the years because of termite infestation. With such events, many pest managementexperts have tried and tested different types of treatment against termites to avoid further damage to properties. Most of them are based treatments with chemicals that are applied on the infected areas and other possible points in the property.
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Digging holes within the perimeter of the building and applying termite killer is the most common practice over the years. This process also involves the application of chemicals after removing the damaged parts of the property. The walls, ceilings and doors are most often victims of termite infestation, as they are primarily wood.
One of the treatments against modern termites is to lure those pesky critters before completely penetrate and destroy the building. These baits are usually made of cylindrical tubes with “food against termites.
When termites eat, they always return to the nest of the colony to feed other termites. When this happens, the chemicals are sent to other termites, killing them in their nests.