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Termite Damage: termite damage in walls - Drywood termites prefer cellulose-based materials like lumber, siding & wooden trim. So, no soil contact is required. They may also reach the floors, furniture & books.

After all, termites are so ecologically important in: Soil formation & its quality. Habitat creation. Nutrient recycling. Clearing away leaf & woody litter. Reproduction of the winged termites, as favorite food for countless predators.

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