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Termite frass identification is an effective clue to detect drywood termite infestation

Little round excrements are obvious mark of termite infestation.

But actually we are going to describe drywood termite frass. Only these types of wood-eating insects kick fecals out of their nests.

Piles of little balls, larger than sand are always present in houses with termite infestation. But hardly every house owner knows how to distinguish drywood frass from sawdust or even soil. More often, people just sweep the floor and throw this vitally important sign out. Meanwhile, awareness about the excrements can help them to avoid huge wastes as termite poop appears on the early stage of infestation.
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Termite inspection, free guide to the abatement

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If you don’t see any termites, it doesn’t mean that they don’t live in your house. They use a number of tricks intending to hide their presence. Only careful termite inspection will find out the problem.

Check your property using our termite inspection tips or call free service. Making these steps you will definitely protect your house from termites’ infestation and damage.
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Pest control and termite inspection experienced specialists contacts and reviews

Experienced specialists from pest control organisations will make a thorough house inspection. After this, pest and termite specialist will give you the results made in written form. Some homeowners don’t have an idea that they face a termite problem in their house. Meanwhile, without proper termite inspection it is very difficult to assume confidently about the infestation. But now you will be sure whether you share your house with the unwelcomed guests or not. In worst case, you will have to think over termite extermination and effective preventive measures to protect your property from future invaders.
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Drywood Termites: Inspection Guide

Drywood termites are insects that like to settle in dead wood structures, including houses and furniture. They need little moisture. That’s why they differ from subterranean or dumpwood siblings. Another difference between subterranean and drywood termites is that the latter are a bit bigger in size but their colonies are not as numerous as the subterranean type. It takes about 5 years for drywood termites to enlarge the nest and make more visible and significant damage to the wood. From this point of view, this type of termites needs some different treatment options.
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