Termidor is applied to the perimeter of the structure and any interior infested areas. The application is done by injecting the material directly into the soil where possible or drilling small holes through the concrete every 18 inches, injecting the material, then seal and patch the holes. Not even knowing the treatment has been done, the termite will travel through the termidor where it will be ingested or attach to the termite’s exoskeleton. Once “infected”, they will spread it to other termites through physical contact or social feedings and eventually eliminating the problem all together.
Local Termidor Treatment for Drywood Termites
Small holes are drilled into wood member, and termidor is injected into the galleries. After being exposed to this material, the termites will spread it to other termites through physical contact or feedings. This eventually leads to the death of the colony. This treatment can also be injected as a foaming agent to fill the wall and ceiling voids to treat otherwise inaccessible areas.
Tarps are placed over a structure and Vikane gas is released into the structure. The gas expands throughout the structure killing all the termites everywhere in the building. The structure must vacated for two nights. Some preparations including bagging up food and removing plants
A non-chemical, non-toxic heating process to introduce clean, dry heat into a structure to eliminate drywood termites. The wood becomes too hot for termites to survive. This system can penetrate walls to kill termites in otherwise inaccessible areas.