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There are several natural methods available for combating termite infestation. However, these methods are not a silver bullet. "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure", a popular phrase applies to this situation. If there is no issue of termite problem at first place than there is no need to worry. One of the best ways of preventing your home from termites is to move the things first.
Termites often enter buildings through cracks and holes and expansion joints in foundations. Spaces around piping and wiring are also points of entry. These openings may be filled with either roofing-grade coal-tar pitch, sealers or similar commercial caulking products.
Avoid storing fire wood directly on the ground. Care should be taken when obtaining infesting material (such a soil and discarded lumber) from known termite areas.
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Often shelter tubesconstructed of soil particles cemented together by excrement or secretions from the mouth are used to connect the outside soil to a building and for crossing a concrete or metallic portion in a structure. The presence of a shelter tube is generally the first physical evidence of a termite infestation.