30 Nov. 17

Learn from Professionals about the Most Effective DIY Termite Treatment Plans

When it comes to termite infestations, you need to recognize the signs. If you can catch a termite infestation early on, you will be able to deal with the problem much better.

Do-It-Yourself Termite Control

When it comes to termite control, there are two major methods that you can use. These include:

  1. Using liquid termite insecticides for soil treatment
  2. Using termite baits to locate the colony and destroying it

We recommend that you hire a professional for termite treatments. Not only will you ensure your safety, hiring professionals to remove termites will have lasting effects.

However, many people still opt to do DIY termite treatments at home. Let’s look at your options.

Liquid Termiticides

This is one of the most common DIY termite treatment plan, and it is used with barrier termite treatments, which help prevent termites from entering your home. The treatment is designed to block the entry for termites in your home, since it eradicates moisture from the soil, which termites need to survive. The liquid termite plan, offers you with fast results, which is why it is popular as a treatment.

Most homeowners should know that it does have some drawbacks as well.

This DIY termite treatment plan may require drilling, so that you can get to the termites easily and set up a termite barrier. This is where things get tricky, because setting up an effective termite barrier is not something that you will be easily able to accomplish.

However, you can spray termite insecticide around your home, or from the path that termites are entering your home. This will help you get rid of termites for the time being, but it won’t eradicate the problem, because the termites will find a way around it. This is the reason why most professionals don’t prefer relying on termite control chemicals since there are short comings surrounding it.

Termite Baits

The second DIY termite treatment that you can use is setting up a baiting system for termites. There are lots of termite baits available in the market, and it is easier to set up as well. You don’t need to inject any chemicals into the soil, since the termite bait can be planted straight into the ground outside your home. The termites will find it, feed on the bait, and die in the process. (SEE: Termite Barrier)

If you’re looking for professional termite control experts help when it comes to inspecting and protecting your homes from termites, call Masters Pest Control at (02)-8007-4666!