How To Protect Your Home From Termites

Termites are insects that live underground in colonies and like to eat dead plants, trees, and wood. For a homeowner, a termite infestation can be devastating, causing thousands of dollars in property damage. 

Use Fluid Thermicide Treatments To Form A Divide Around Your House.

Termite control will also destroy termites inside the ground, and it will also keep them out of your house. To build a natural barrier, dig a trench around the outside of your house and sprinkle this with termiticide.

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And protect you, your friends, your neighbours, and the community, read carefully or follow the instructions for using fluid termiticide.

When you’re developing a new house, this technique is much easier to follow.

Poison The Whole Termite Colony With Termite Bait.

Termite bait is indeed a poison that destroys termites over time. Place baits 3-4 metres apart at the perimeter for your home. In areas where termite activity is high, add more baits.

Termite baits is made out of paper, cardboard, or even other cellulosic materials and are laced with insect pest poison.

Lures may be used on the surface or underground.

Destroy The Termite Colony With Nematodes.

Nematodes are termite-killing roundworms. Put them in areas with a lot of termite activity.

This isn’t necessarily the most powerful way to get rid of something. Depending on the climate, nematodes have varying mortality rates.

One of most important nematodes for eliminating termites as well as other woodworms is Goes back at least Steinernema.

Hire A Professional Termite Exterminator.

Although homemade methods can seem appealing, hiring a professional to extract termites is the best option. Seek for exterminators that specialise in termite removal. Check out user feedback and pick a warrior with a clear track record.

Although hiring a contractor can be more expensive at first, it will save you money in the long run when it comes to fixing structural damage to your house.

Termites, both dormant and dry evergreen, can wreak havoc on your house, but if they take necessary steps, you can get rid of them and keep them from emerging in the potential.

Termites Are Recognized As Cockroaches

The Entomological Society of America has updated its taxonomic database and termites are now officially recognized as cockroaches. For a long time, termites were considered an independent order of insects. After being included in the order of cockroaches, all types of termites will be reclassified.


Attempts to consider termites as a species of cockroach have been made among specialists since 1934, when researchers reported that termites and some species of cockroaches that feed on wood are carriers of the same groups of bacteria. Once biologists learned to use DNA to study genealogical relationships, evidence emerged that termites were an evolutionary branch of the cockroach family tree.

Cryptocercus is a genus of semi-social tree cockroaches that gnaw through holes in wood and use the resulting maze as a nest for raising offspring. Biologists compare species and argue that termites are nothing more than social cockroaches. Cockroaches also have a form of social life, but termites have simply developed the highest form of eusociality.

After years of debate, a committee of American entomologists voted that it was time to take a different look at termites. Paul Eggleton, a researcher at the Natural History Museum in London, says the event can be compared to Pluto’s stripping of planetary status, although it is unlikely to spark the same heated public debate.  

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