forbot
USA
Termite Control order in Las Vegas
Currency USD
Termite Control order in Las Vegas
Order Termite Control
Termite Control

Termite Control

ID: 92245: 26889
Reconfirm the price with seller
0UAH
Do you have any questions about the product/service?
Please, leave your inquiry and company manager will contact you.
USA, Las Vegas
Description
Subterranean termites live in underground colonies or in moist secluded areas above ground that can contain up to 2 million members. They build distinctive "mud tubes" to gain access to food sources and to protect themselves from open air. Termite colonies are organized into castes depending on tasks, workers, soldiers, and reproductiveness. The characteristics of a subtenanean termite are dependent on the termite's role in the colony. Cream-colored worker subterranean termites are 1/8 to 3/8's of an inch in length. Soldier subterranean termites are of similar body length, but are distinguished by their powerful mandibles. Solider termites have cream-colored bodies and brown heads. Reproductive subterranean termites are approximately one inch long.

Subterranean termites live underground and build tunnels, referred to as mud tubes, to reach food sources. Like other termite species, they feed on products containing cellulose. Subterranean termites swarm in the spring-groups of reproductive termites go off to start new colonies.

Subterranean termites need contact with the soil to survive and live underground. They can build tunnels through cracks in concrete.

Subterranean termites are by far the most destructive species. They can collapse a building entirely, meaning possible financial ruin for the homeowner. The hard, saw-toothed jaws of a termite work like shears and are able to bite off extremely small fragments of wood, one piece at a time.

Contact the seller
Termite Control
Termite Control
for
by the goods
Your message must contain at least 20 symbols. The message must not be more than 2000 symbols.
Obligatory field is not filled
The field is wrongly filled
The field is wrongly filled
Compare0
ClearSelected items: 0