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Drying Rack Hangers (1)

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Termites eat wood, and they live in warm, moist soil near food sources such as fallen trees, woodpiles, and houses. They can enter buildings through gaps in masonry as small as 1/32 of an inch. Termite colonies live in underground nests connected to a network of mud tunnels through which the insects travel to look for food, which they carry back to the nest. Even in homes with little wood in the framing or walls, termites may target wooden doors, window frames, cabinets, or shelves.

Termites eat wood, and they live in warm, moist soil near food sources such as fallen trees, woodpiles, and houses. They can enter buildings through gaps in masonry as small as 1/32 of an inch. Termite colonies live in underground nests connected to a network of mud tunnels through which the insects travel to look for food, which they carry back to the nest. Even in homes with little wood in the framing or walls, termites may target wooden doors, window frames, cabinets, or shelves.

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