How to Get Rid of Termites

Termites are a pest that can quickly take over your home. They eat the wood in your house and leave it riddled with holes, which will lead to costly repairs or even an entire new structure if you don’t get rid of them soon enough. The best way to get rid of termites is by contacting a professional exterminator as soon as possible. This article outlines how to find the right exterminator for you, and also provides tips on preventing these pesky creatures from invading your home in the future!

  • Termiticide Barriers: The best way to kill termites is by using a wide range of different products. Depending on which state you live in, these can include professional-level liquid Taurus SC and Termidor SC treatments for the exterior perimeter or conventional termiticides like those containing bendiocarb. Termites are unable to detect any form of treatment once applied so they don’t try avoiding them at all cost; this means that when one eats treated materials it will die immediately upon detection from their stomachs after eating anything contaminated with the substance as its spread quickly through contact between other colonies where some may be infected too! When a termite first comes in contact with Termiticide, it will unknowingly carry the substance around to other members of its colony. Eventually, all parts of the colony are infected and killed off by this deadly poison.
  • Direct Chemicals: If you want to take a more proactive approach, Direct Chemicals can be used inside of your home. These chemicals are non-toxic and will not do any damage if they get on anything in the house or clothes that people wear around the termite problem area. The foam is odorless and expands when it comes into contact with air so use this technique for areas where crickets have been spotted but there’s no visible evidence yet.
  • Termite Baits: Termites are a huge problem for homeowners, and their little bites can cause major structural damage. One way to protect your home is by installing termite bait traps around the foundation of it. These baits attract unsuspecting ants with promises of food, but they actually end up laying out poison which will kill them as soon as ingested! They bring this deadly insecticide back into the colony where other members eat from what looks like an all-you-can-eat buffet that also happens to be laced with toxins…and die too. This clever method starts killing off colonies within just days when done correctly so you don’t have to live in fear any longer.
  • Beneficial Nematodes: You can give your lawn and garden a new lease on life by introducing beneficial nematodes. These microscopic, segmented roundworms are natural parasites to many garden pests – including termites! Beneficial nematodes burrow into their host’s stomach where they release symbiotic gut bacteria that poisons the termite’s blood – killing them within a matter of days. You will find these nasty little worms online or in stores for purchase as well as potting soil (with some cold water). Apply this mixture to the infested areas of your lawn and garden with care; it is important not to over-apply so you do not kill off all other insects which may help keep other harmful ones at bay!