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Unfortunately, there is no real preventative method that will keep termites away or that will guarantee that termites will not invade your house. However, you do need to protect your home from invasions before they infest your home. Furthermore, it is crucial that you control current termite infestations before they damage your house. You can do this by installing Baiting Systems around the perimeter of your house. These are methods of monitoring and controlling subterranean termites. It can be done separately or in conjunction with traditional methods of termite control.>> Read More
Termite Bait Systems provide a method of control of subterranean termites and will also be able to provide a monitoring system to detect infestations before they ruin your house as well as provide a post – treatment monitoring system. Therefore, ultimately, it will save a homeowner thousands of dollars that they may spend on repairing irreversible damages that have been caused by subterranean termites. The proper baiting has proven efficacy by resulting in a reduction of the termite population that has infested the area around a building. Furthermore, subterranean baiting systems are able to add a wider spectrum of prevention and control in comparison to more traditional ground barrier treatments that are done by trenching with liquid termiticides.
Not only do the baiting systems provide an added measure of control and prevention but they are also safer to use. By using a this method, you are not risking the natural environment around your house. It does not require injecting the ground with chemicals, does not disturb much of the soil around the house, and will not lead to potential chemical run-offs that can lead to secondary poisoning or contamination of nearby water sources.
There are several steps involved in correctly using baiting systems which include inspection, placement, monitoring with a monitoring device, and monitoring with termite bait.
If you have any questions on how to set up termite bait systems around your house or if you have questions on the biology of subterranean termites, please feel free to talk to one of Pest Mall’s representatives at 1-800-788-4142.
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