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Termites
Termite Treatment New Delhi & NCR

If you have a termite problem in New Delhi and NCR? We'll fix it, otherwise it's free.
PestWarriors™ offers cost-effective, environment -friendly termite treatment service for residential and commercial clients in New Delhi, Gurgaon, Manesar, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Noida, and Greater Noida.
Our termite treatment services are designed to have maximum impact on the target pest species and minimal impact on your family, your pet and the environment.
Contact us now via our online contact form and we'll contact you within 24 hours (weekdays) for a free, no obligation appraisal and quotation. Alternatively, call us right now on 18001037663 (Toll free)
We are Govt approved and we use WHO approved products, which are safe for environment and human health.

FreeTermite Inspections
We are doing free termite inspection this month; please contact us just to make sure you are living pest free in your home.

When it comes to termite inspection and treatment, you don't have time to make mistakes. The speed and ferocity of a termite infestation is something that has to be seen to be believed and only an expert can perform the kind of inspection and treatment that will protect your home or business. PestWarriors™ are ' the termite control experts' - we use a technological approach to dealing with termite infestations and treatments that protects you, your family and your business.
We have well proven technology to eradicate the whole termite colony. While we are not the cheapest, we are confident that we are the best, when it comes to ‘value for money’ and we are affordable.
So call today to arrange an inspection on 18001037663 (Toll free) or send us an email now.

What are Termites? (Deemak)

Termites, often known as white ants are wood eating insects. Termites are highly variable in size, colour and shape, but have many similarities. All Termites belong to the order Isoptera. Termites are often referred to as ‘white ants’, they are not related to the ant family at all.
Termites are social insects and live in colonies. Some termites live in mounds above ground (e.g. Magnetic termites), some live in nests up telephone poles (e.g. Nasutitermes species), some in the base of trees and stumps ( eg.Coptotermes species), and some even live in the very timber walls of the home. Call us to find out more on 18001037663 (Toll free)

How to Inspect for Termites

Termites live in groups or colonies up to several million in number. In any colony there are several different forms called castes. Worker castes are for food supply and tunnelling. Soldier castes defend the colony against intruders and Reproductive castes (Alates) are for future generations and colony survival. Reproductive termites are often referred to as alates. The worker and soldier castes are sterile. All termites consume cellulose (found in timber, paper, cardboard, grass etc) as their food source. Call us to find out more on 18001037663 (Toll free)

Termite Behaviour in New Delhi and NCR

 

 

 

Termites are often associated with mounds in barren land or dense forest areas, but they also form subterranean nests underground in root systems of trees and timber stumps. In New Delhi and NCR termites nest in many interesting unusual places such as soil fill, old building materials on premises, cavity or cracks in walls and hidden under buildings. We have even found them nesting in timber false floors between concrete floors in commercial high rise buildings. You can also find them under concrete in patios, verandas and paths around your premises. They might also nest in trees around your home.
Termites can nest in the trunk of a tree just above soil level or sometimes higher up in the fork of a branch where moisture has entered the tree causing decay. Termites can tunnel 50 to 80m from their nest to a feed site, for example from a tree 10 house blocks away to a piece of skirting in a home. The worker termites are responsible for timber damage with chewing mouth parts and form over 80% of the individuals in a colony.
Coptotermes termite workers are 5mm to 8mm long with the soldiers slightly larger having a darker head and pincers or biting jaws called mandibles on their head. These mandibles are used for protection of the termite colony.  Call us to find out more on 18001037663 (Toll free)

Flying Termites in New Delhi and NCR (Alates)

 

 

 

Termites fly in the warmer summer months, normally when the humidity is higher during the evening. This is when the flying caste members, known as alates take to the wing in a Nuptial flight. They swarm into the air from infested timber in the building or from an infested tree. The alates pair up after a short mating display and tunnel into the soil to start a new colony. This process of release and pairing up is very hazardous with a high mortality rate from natural predators and exposure to the elements.
Often the termite flight occurs when the occupants of the house are out. On their return, they find a house full of winged insects and have no idea where they came from or what they are. Most alates are found around the edge of carpets, trying to escape towards the light. They are naturally attracted to light; however termite alates do not live for long inside the building and quickly die.
Termite alates are sexually mature males and females whereas the other termite castes are sterile. There is normally one Queen Termite per nest and she can measure up to 6cm in length and live up to 40 years. The Queen is very productive in her lifetime and can produce as many as 40,000 eggs per day. The King and Queen are entombed in the egg laying chamber in the centre of the colony and co-ordinate the daily activities of the worker and soldier termites.
Termite colonies only fly when the colony is mature, anything up to 5 years after the original nuptial flight.  Call us to get rid of termites 18001037663 (Toll free)  .


 

 

 

 
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