Ant control in Kuwait, pest control for all facilities, killing all types of insects, rodents and termites, and protecting homes from pests.
Termites, the most dangerous types, and how to combat them Termites are among the most dangerous types of ants due to their ability to chew wood, floors, and even wallpaper unnoticed for a long time. It can start and move with the wood under your foundation; Therefore, they are known as "silent destroyers". It causes more than $5 billion in property damage annually which is an expense that homeowners' insurance plans don't protect. Knowing where termites are active and what conditions they need to survive is one way to prevent this from happening in your home. Once you know these things, you can decide if your home is at risk and take preventive measures to protect it from termite infestation. The most popular countries on Earth Which state in the United States can termites be found in? This means that if you live in any state except Alaska, your home is at a certain degree of risk for termite infestation if you are not careful. If you live in an environment where termites are widely known, it is important to avoid, control and protect your home. The most dangerous species of termites 1) Subterranean termites This species is found in every US state except Alaska and is widespread in cold climates and southern states. In the United States, there are at least six species of subterranean termites. These species are able to form large colonies and chew wood easily, making them the most dangerous termites. Due to their larger colony size, Formosan ants are particularly harmful as they can be distinguished by their dark yellowish brown body color from other subterranean termites. (2 dry wood ants It is found in California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and all of Florida in the southern part. In the United States, there are four different types of dry wood ants. These species target wooden structures, floors and furniture as they get all their nutrients from wood. They also do not need moisture from the ground, unlike most termites. Dry wood ants can be difficult to deal with because they have the ability to build several colonies indoors. Although rare in cold temperatures, it can survive in northern climates under the right conditions. (3 wet wood ants This species is found in northern Nevada, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, northern California, and Washington, and rarely in southwestern and southern Florida. Like dry wood ants, many damp wood ants can live without soil, as they are attracted to high-moisture wood and also prefer decaying wood and wood piles. It has reddish-brown heads and is larger than most other species. Also, damp wood ants are less likely to enter the house because they need a source of water. How do termites reproduce? Initially the life cycle of the termite is through mating whereby the winged reproductive males and females leave the formed colonies and reproduce. Winged termites descend after fertilization and shed their wings to form new colonies and then become the king or queen of termites in their newly formed colonies of this species. They hatch into pale white larvae after the fertilized queen lays their eggs so that the eggs grow into workers, soldiers, and primary or secondary breeding animals where the eggs hatch into larvae and molt. Nymph (Nymph) are young ants that go through molt to become reproductively and are a way of losing their exoskeleton. Then under the existing rigid exoskeleton the termites grow a flexible exoskeleton. The outer skeleton then breaks off until the termites reach maturity and the new exoskeleton swells and hardens. These larvae mature to participate in one of three classes of termite colonies: workers, soldiers, and reproductive termites. What does the termite feed on? Of course, termites eat wood, but more precisely, they consume an organic substance called cellulose, the most common organic compound in nature. It is the solid internal substance found inside trees and large plants and is also found in many items used by humans. To obtain cellulose, termites feed primarily on wood as well as trees and plants, cotton fabrics, paper products such as books, cardboard and all kinds of paper. Even wood that has been treated during industrial processing also retains cellulose which is the obvious reason why termites enjoy eating the wood used in building homes. What reduces the spread of termites (termites) in the house? Once the land is in your home, you will need to do a detailed examination and prepare a regular plan of action for you; So you will need the help of a licensed pest control professional. However, there are precautions that must be taken to avoid these pests from attacking and they are as follows: • In and around the home remove or reduce the moisture it needs to survive. • Repair leaking taps, drains and outdoor air conditioning systems. • Divert water through appropriate drainpipes and mist blocks away from the building. • For any noticeable improvements, monitor all exterior wood areas, including walls, door frames, and roof panels. • Keep 18 inches between your home soil and any woody parts. • Consider arranging a regular technical inspection because exposure to wood pit pests is not protected by homeowners' insurance plans. What are the companies responsible for controlling pests such as termites in Kuwait? • Ground Control Company, Hawalli. • The Ahmadi Land Control Company. • Also, the Abdullah Al-Mubarak Land Control Company. • The Land Control Company, Salmiya. • The Jahra Ground Control Company. • Also, Mubarak Al-Kabeer Land Control Company. keyword termite Description Termites are one of the most dangerous types of ants because they feed on wood and destroy many