Foam sprays are low in toxicity, making them an excellent treatment option for drywood termites. They have large coverage capabilities and penetrate deep into the exposed wood they’re sprayed on. Protected wood also offer excellent residual protection against future infestations as they decompose slowly and remain in the wood for a long time. They are cost effective making them an excellent choice as a primary treatment or as a post-treatment layer of protection.
Wood injection or “drill-and-treat” applications have been used since the 1920s to treat drywood termite infestations that are accessible and detectable. An insecticide is injected into small holes drilled through any wood surface into termite galleries delivering the treatment directly to the pest population. This is the simplest and most direct method of treatment. The amount of drilling required and the effectiveness of this treatment depends on the chemical used and the nature of the infestation. Most chemicals will remain active in the wood after treatment to thwart resurgent colonies.
Call us today at (800) 332-BUGS (2847) to learn more about the Foam Spray or Precision Injection treatments or schedule a Free Termite Inspection online.