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DIY Eradication of Termites

If you find termites in your property, can you walk into any pest control store and find some kind of termite control product? Do you know how to use them or how they work?

If the product is liquid, you may have to spray it around the exterior of your home under the soil. Some products are a type of termite bait. The bait is poisonous and is also placed around the exterior walls of a building where live termites are seen. The bait is appealing to termites and they pick it to carry it back to their nest. Once there, the termites nibble on the bait and are poisoned. There are also foaming agents and dust termite control products. Some products are actually inserted inside a hole drilled into the concrete foundation or support timbers.

There are some drawbacks to using these types of products and to do-it-yourself methods if you don’t know the correct technique. The main drawback of home remedies for termites is that there is limited training for homeowners in applying them correctly and also in personal safety. If there are termites deeper in the wood or hidden in the structure where the poison applications don’t reach, the damage will continue.

You may spend money and time on these DIY products and still have a major termite infestation. Also, if you are selling or buying a home, these DIY methods are not acceptable as a certified method of eliminating termites. You need a professional contractor for this type of certification.

We have released a number of training videos to help homeowners safely and correctly implement DIY termite management. Are you interested in learning more? Enroll in the Termite Tutorials and you’ll get all the goods on termites, their sex life, how they eat, as well as the best way to prevent and eliminate termites. Plus, you’ll have all the information you need to know when a termite company is talking rubbish. Get started on your own termite control program at the Termite Expert http://www.termiteexpert.com.au/.

Brad Iranzadi

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