Often incorrectly referred to as "white ants", termites are one of the less common pests in the UAE. Termite infestations are not as common as cockroaches or bed bugs, for instance. However, depending on your location and type of residence, you can still be at risk of attracting termite swarmers to your home.
Termite swarmers are usually among the first noticeable signs that your home either has a termite infestation or is about to. Termite swarmers act as a termite colony's scouts, and will often "inspect" your home in an effort to determine if it is suitable for them to build a colony there. In most cases, these termite swarmers will then signal to the test of the colony to move into (or next to) your home.
A termite infestation is particularly inconvenient for any homeowner, primarily because it can remain hidden for a very long time, and also because the damage done can be severe and difficult to repair. Termites naturally prefer to remain hidden and unexposed to the elements, which is why they will take steps to ensure that their colony is sealed off from outside air. A termite colony can remain undetected while it expands, as the termite workers build tunnels inside wooden structures. Any wooden object occupied by termites will suffer alot of structural damage within a short amount of time.
As a result of this, you should contact a professional pest control company to help you deal with your termite problem in the fastest possible time.
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