Drywood termites create their homes deep inside wood material, which is why they’re often difficult to identify. When you begin to carry out repair work, inspection work, or during swarming season, they become visible. However, by that time the termites have caused heavy damage to wood articles and furniture. Before they get the chance, seek out expert termite treatment services.
One of the best ways of controlling termite infestation is to opt for a whole-structure treatment. Our experts use a very effective chemical called sulfuryl fluoride, then monitor the fumigation process to ensure success. Using heat as a non-chemical option is also useful. Our trained termite staff heat all wood material within the property to a temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit. This rids the area of termites while keeping it safe for humans, animals, and general surroundings. Here are some other treatment options at your disposal:
- Chemical liquids and dust
- Pressure-treated wood
- Resistant woods
Each treatment has its strengths and limitations. Our experts can elaborate on which treatment is best for your specific structure. For more information, contact My Termite Company