They are not beach patrols per se, but they could just as well be. You see, Huntington Beach is just one of those many fine places located all along the sunny Southern Californian coastline. And what are they patrolling? As the article header delineates, Termite Control Huntington Beach patrols are specifically on the lookout for one type of insect species that has proved to be quite pestilential to towns and cities up and down the Southern Californian coast.
We could just as well be talking about any other town or city across America. If they have been ravaged by storms and hurricanes typical to the area, many homes and businesses have stubbornly been rebuilt with a strong emphasis on using wood materials. It is a perpetuation of a fine and long tradition that stretches all the way back to the pioneering eras. California is where the historic gold rush took place.
And when that happened, it brought with it many diseases and pests, giving the local areas something of an unfamiliar shock. Nevertheless, Huntington Beach pest control operators have two termite species on their radar. These are the Drywood and Subterranean termites. Both species like to burrow its way up into premises’ walls. The pest control operators are also after cleaning out premises of their cockroach plagues.
Heavily populated and highly industrious areas all have them, no matter where you turn, there they are. Not just cockroaches, but rats and mice too. Venture out of urban areas and into the countryside and you will find them still. Rural areas still have plenty of space left for tree plantations and indigenous flora species to flourish, thank goodness for that. But it is unavoidable here too. At the heart of the matter is wood.
Termites across the nation love wood. So, not even natural foundations are immune. Speaking of all things natural and organic, there is one thing that has taken root among the termite predators of this region. They are utilizing a compound that is derived from an indigenous bark found elsewhere away from the North American continent. It is proving to be far more effective to root out and control pestilences than all previously overused poisonous conventions.