Termites pose a major threat to our furniture. They feed voraciously on wood and are akin to destroy paper products such as book, cardboard, boxes and a whole array of other items. the total consideration on this fact enables us to speed up the process of insect control and get the best termite control. It is true that most of us insure our houses to help recover loss arising from fires, storms and earthquakes, but is it possible to carry insurance against termite infestation? A termite colony is large and well organized. They comprise a queen, king and winged reproductive swarmer, soldiers and workers. Worker termites are the one who are small, creamy and white insects. Drywood Termites Drywood Termites derive their name from their very source of existence. These kinds of termites generally establish themselves in wood that is not decayed, or in contact with the ground moisture. Subterranean Termites Subterranean Termites are the most damaging species among termites. They require being in regular contact with moisture for their survival. Therefore, these termites most commonly nests underground and also has the capability to damage the timber foundations. CONTROL It is very important to keep all the wooden items at least 20 cm above the ground to ensure safety from termite. Get rid of decaying trees or debris nearby, if there are any. Plant your trees away from house. Replace with concrete all wood that’s in contact with soil. Take advice and help from a professional to recognize termite infestation if there are any and get rid of the problem. Termiticides are very important to treat termite infestation. We make sure that terimiticide is handled by a licensed pest control operator.