Termite Treatment

By: Spiderman SE | Eco Pest Management  28-Jul-2015
Keywords: Pest Control, Pest Management, Pest Services

Termites and other timber pests can cause significant structural and financial damage to your home. Early detection and preventative termite inspections can help reduce the cost of repairs. Termites (also known as white ants) feed on dead plant material, including wood. A colony can consist of hundreds of termites and includes a queen, workers and (often) soldiers; each with their own role. In some species, the mature queen can produce up to 30 000 eggs per day. There are many different kinds of termites and treatment depends on the species and level of infestation. Spiderman SE offers several types of termite treatments.

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