Spraying on swarmers or the surface of the infested wood might kills the termites that you have seen today, but it doesn't block the infestation nor does it shield your home from additional afield strikes.
The termite management companies in Apex NC usually use two distinct methods for termite control. The first is the conventional barrier therapy. The next approach to pest control is using baiting systems. What's more effective? Continue reading this useful article.
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We will discuss the first strategy that is commonly followed – the barrier therapy. The goal of the barrier strategy is to safeguard the home by enclosing the whole home and cellar using a compound barrier.
This includes putting an insecticide to the ground at least four feet deep across the cellar and injecting it under the basement slab. A house built on a slab or crawlspace is treated substantially the same, except insecticide can be used.
For the baiting strategy, the objective of the bait would be to kill the colony and protect your house. Right now, the baiting systems which have the best chance of killing the colony are the ones which contain an insect growth regulator.
The worker termites take the bait back to the colony where it is passed to other termites. The growth regulator doesn't kill the queen or mature employees, but kills immature termites by disrupting the molting process.