For any commercial or residential premises which is not isolated from structure i.e. which is a part of a structure & intend to carry out service only for that specified area attached to other premises.
Termite, commonly but incorrectly known as “white ants” are cellulose loving social insect living in colony comprising King, Queen, Soldiers, Workers.
Termites, mainly the workers in the colony are the major structural pest of economic importance which according to their habits can be divided in to 3 different ecological classes
Termite colonies that require contact with earth and normally dwell underneath building structure. They can be identified by mud tubes (earthen tunnels) they construct or plastering on wall.
Does not require soil contact to live and build colonies inside the timber itself.
Live in timber with high moisture content.
Termite enter in the building structure unnoticed from below and through soil, perforating the foundation spreading upwards via joints, cavities, crevices in the floor and wall, lift veil, underground cabling. The first and sure sign of termite infestation is the covered runways i.e. mud tubes or galleries between their nest and source of food.
Subterranean termites are responsible for most of the damage and economic losses worldwide.
Termite’s main source of food is wood, paper, clothes, and books containing cellulose. In search of cellulose food they can also damage leather, electric wire coating, rubber and many more valuable commodities.