Pest Control services for Termite Control in Delhi NCR


Termite Control

Termites are one of the kinds of pests which can cause severe harm to your property. One builds a house, office or infrastructure with a lot of money and effort involved in it. Termites feed on wood and so they can cause damage all the wood in your place. Termites live in colonies and different termites perform different functions. Termites ability to survive in a particular environment for example in drier places or cooler places, depends on where they formed colonies.
Mourier Pest Control will protect your house and your property against termites. We provide local and complete treatment to help you get rid of existing termites and protect your house against future attacks of termite. Along with all this we give you warranty of more than from 1 year to lifetime warranty.

Termites types and harm caused by them Subterranean Termites
These termites are also known as ground termites and live underground subterranean termites live in the soil underground.This termite species prefers to eat soft, spring wood fiber, which means wood damaged by subterranean termites has a honeycombed appearance, with only the grain left behind.
Unlike dry wood termite colonies, subterranean termite colonies can contain thousands of workers.
Subterranean termites are found in every state in the U.S., except Alaska. Subterranean termite infestations are most common in warmer climates, 

Drywood Termites
Just as the name suggests, drywood termites live in dry wood. Unlike many other termite species, they do not need contact with the soil to survive. This termite species can tolerate dry conditions for long periods of time, since it receives all of the moisture it needs from the wood it consumes and the metabolism it uses to digest the wood.
Drywood termites commonly target the wood in your home’s structural timbers, framing, furniture and hardwood flooring. Wood consumed by drywood termites appears very clean and smooth – as if the wood had been smoothed by sand paper.
Drywood termites can infest several different areas, forming separate colonies in your basement, attic or porch. They are usually found in warmer climates that do not reach freezing temperatures in the winter. However, this species of termite can survive in northern climates in homes with air conditioning.

Dampwood Termites
Dampwood termites live only in wood with high moisture content. Most dampwood termite species do not require contact with the soil to survive. Dampwood termites are often found in moist or decaying wood in logs, stumps and dead trees. They may infest buildings, utility poles and wood piles if these structures have wood-to-ground contact or areas moistened by water leaks– however, infestations in structures are rare. Dampwood termites leave few externalsigns of wood damage, with the amount and pattern of damage depending on the degree of wood decay. Dampwood termites are visibly larger than other termite species. There are several species of dampwood termites in the United States, the majority of which live in thePacific coast and Southwest regions, and from central to southern Florida.

Formosan Termites
Formosan termites are the most destructive species of subterranean termite in the United States. Formosan termites may be distinguished from other subterranean termite species by their slightly larger size and yellowish brown bodies. While subterranean termites typically require soil contact to receive the moisture they need to survive, Formosan termites have the ability to form cartons (nests inside the colony made of chewed wood, soil and undigested cellulose) to retain water for the colony until they can find a more permanent water source.
Formosan termite colonies are typically larger than subterranean colonies, numbering up to hundreds of thousands of members. It is this size difference – not the speed of Formosan termites’ eating habits – that allows them to cause significantly more severe damage than other species of termites.


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