Termidor binds tightly to the soil to create the “Termidor Zone.” Since this protective termite treatment zone is undetectable to termites, termites can’t avoid it and will not try to find a way around it (as they can with repellent termite treatments).
To control drywood termites, your pest professional may apply Termidor® DRY Termiticide directly into termite galleries to treat drywood termites and termites in structures or objects not connected to your home. Unlike liquid applications, Termidor DRY does not add moisture to wood.
Termidor Kills and Controls Termites Several Ways
When termites eat Termidor treated material, they will die. But Termidor doesn’t stop there. It kills termites by contact as well. And since termites can’t detect its presence, termites directly ingest and contact Termidor as they go about their normal routines.
The Unique Termidor “Transfer Effect™”
Whenever a termite touches Termidor, it can become a “carrier,”
Regular follow-up inspections and monitoring are the keys to maintaining your Termidor protection and controlling termites over time. Your pest professional may place monitoring devices around your home to detect potential new termite threats. Thorough inspections will also ensure that the Termidor Zone hasn’t been disrupted by subsequent home improvements, alterations, or landscaping.
With Richardson Pest Solutions and America’s #1 termite defense working together to protect your home, termites and costly termite damage will be the last thing on your mind. All information in this article from termidorhome.com. Visit http://www.richardsonpestsolutions.com or call (314) 649-7378 for more information.