Details about termite colonies

Although underground nests are the most prevalent kind of termite colony, some species can construct nests in your home depending on the common species in your area and the potential dangers inside your home. 

In addition to subterranean termites, other pests that could harm your house include:

  1. Drywood termite colonies
  2. Damp wood Termite Colonies
  3. Formosan termite colonies

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Details about termite colonies

Before going in details about termite colonies, let me tell you that a proper termite control in lahore is required both in pre and post construction phase of a building

Details about termite colonies

In addition to subterranean termites, other pests that could harm your house. The details of termite colonies are provided below:

  1. Drywood termite colonies: Unlike subterranean termites, drywood termites do not require moisture-rich soil to thrive. As their name suggests, pests are a source of dry wood. Drywood colonies of termites tend to be smaller than subterranean colonies, generally consisting of 5 or fewer members. Drywood termites usually form colonies by settling in dead or fallen trees on your property.
  2. Dampwood Termite Colonies are attracted to humid, moist, or even wet conditions. When they make an enclave in your home, They look for damp areas and damage to the wood in basements or crawl spaces, where humidity keeps the wood moist.
  3. Formosan termite colonies Formosan termites are an underground form of termites indigenous to Asia, making their home underground. While they are usually under the soil, they can be introduced into homes via any wood in contact with the ground, like foundations, joints, or cracks. Formosan termite colonies can vary from a few hundred thousand to 2 million members and are very aggressive.

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