The most important part of any family is their home, so how do you protect it from things that can destroy it?
One of the most common problems of houses are Termites.
Did you know that there are 2 types of Termites?
The Subterranean termite and the Drywood termite. What’s the difference?
Subterranean termites live in a nest or colony underground. This colony may be near or some distance away but the termites will be able to reach your house through the underground passages they build.
Drywood termites, on the other hand, make nests inside the wooden structures of your house. Whether subterranean or drywood, both kinds of termites can damage your house.
Which is the lesser evil? Pray that you have Drywood Termites than subterranean termites that present a trickier problem.
Drywood termites can be eliminated by preserving and protecting the wooden portions of your property with Solignum wood preservative. As for subterranean termites, they will continue to be a threat as long as they have access to your home. What’s the best way to protect your home against them?
The best way to defend against subterranean termites is to use an effective, convenient, and cost-effective soil termiticide, which is Hometrek from Jardine. Hometrek protects your house from the attack of termites by creating a barrier that blocks the termites’ passage.
Hometrek has several advantages. It kills termites who try to breach the soil barrier. Hometrek is also safe to use, having passed the FDA standards for environmental safety. It does not contaminate ground water. Use Hometrek to protect your home from subterranean termites now.
How do you know when your house is infested with termites? It’s not so easy to detect their presence because they stay hidden inside the walls, foundations, beams and other wooden structures in the house. Once damaged wood portions of the house become obvious, it’s usually at a point where considerable destruction has occurred. There are some signs of termite infestation that a homeowner can look out for including:
Damaged wooden portions of the house. Damage can be obvious: wood has gaping holes where termites have eaten through. Sometimes, however, the damage is inside the wood so the surface looks fine. So you can knock on the wood and check for a dull thud, a hollow sound.
Mud tubes. Mud tubes are passages that subterranean termites use to go from their nests to your home. You may see these mud tubes in the exterior or interior of your house.
Shed insect wings. When you find shed insect wings around your house, it could mean that a swarm of termites has been to your house. It’s possible that flying termites have landed near your home and are going to build a nest.
When you suspect that your home is threatened by a termite infestation, be sure to use Hometrek and other Jardine products for total termite protection. For more information go to http://jardinedistribution.com/construction-products/soil-termiticides/hometrek-tc/