While it is true that most pests do more damage than just creep people out, no bug is as less visible and can do as much damage as termites. They are so tiny that they are hardly visible to the naked eye and you might not be aware of their existence until you notice considerable damage of your precious furniture and/or woodwork. Termites are known to nest near wooden fixtures and they rapidly multiply in numbers. They eat through wood at an alarming rate and without proper control, it will get out of hand. One way you will find out if you have a termite infestation is by spotting a mud tube (also known as a termite tube). A mud tube is made of mud/dirt and/or termite droppings which serve as a mode of travel for termites. Usually, evidence of a mud tube is a clear indication of a termite problem. Among the solution provided, termite sprays are definitely one of the best ways to get rid of termites.
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Many pest control agencies specialize in termite eradication but the rates they charge are very steep. Why spend all that money on something you could easily do yourself with an easy to use termite spray. As soon as you spot a termite infestation, make sure you go for the fastest route in getting rid of them. This would be in the form of a termite control spray. A termite control spray is a liquid termiticide stored in an aerosol spray can that can be sprayed directly at the point of infestation for instant results. A handy termite killer spray can is easy to store and very clean to dispense as the liquid is colorless and does not leave any stains or marks behind on your furniture or woodwork.
As termites attack, the infested area is usually vertical as opposed to being flat. This makes it difficult for other termite control methods to stick such as dusts due to the vertical position. As a termite spray is basically liquid, it will stay put once you spray it on to an infested area and will stay on their until the termites are eradicated. The fast acting termiticide starts working as soon as it is applied so you would not have to wait around for it to ease your troubles. Some termite sprays are residual and have a longer wait time for the effects to take place, however inevitably your termite problem will dissipate.
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A cost friendly method of treating the area would be with Dominion 2L
This concentrated liquid termiticide/insecticide yields about 50 gallons. With this you will need to trench around the premises of the building. As close to the building as you can dig down 6 inches.
We usually recommend 6 inches because that is the average depth of the foundation of homes.
Once you dig the trench you will want to pour out evenly 4 gallons of this solution for every 10 linear feet. After the treatment you may put the dirt back in the area that you have trenched. This chemical will last about 3-5 years.
For indoor treatment you will have to do what they call 'spot treatment'. Most termiticides cannot be sprayed in doors, therefore they would have to be applied through spot treatment. Spot treatment is when you drill a hole in to the infested area in the wall and inject the termiticide in the hole.
Usually the holes are placed about 12 inches from the ground and 10-15 ft apart. For spot treatment, the ratio is 2 gallons of the diluted termiticide for every 10 linear feet.