When you’ve found out that you have a termite infestation, you need to go at it with all you’ve got. Termites are extremely destructive and putting treatment on hold means risking extensive damage to your home. To eliminate termites for good, here’s why tent fumigation is superior.
Specific Chemicals for Termites
Dealing with termites calls for swift action and using the best method at your disposal. If you’ve got common drywood termites in your home, tent fumigation is your best option. If subterranean termites are found, a specialized liquid termiticide is used to eradicate them.
Extensive Area Is Treated
Most termites live in hard-to-reach areas such as walls and under floors. When you have tent fumigation, the entire house is encapsulated with plastic. When the fumigant is released, it covers an extensive area killing both active termites and larvae. When fumigation is complete, the house is ventilated until no residue is left behind.
Safe for You and Your Pets
While fumigation is lethal to termites, it’s completely safe for you and your pets following the treatment. Before the process begins, your exterminator will give you instructions on how to prepare your home. You won’t be allowed inside the house after it’s been sealed off and it will be tested before you return.
Only One Treatment Needed
One of the most attractive features of tent fumigation is that it’s “one-and-done.” Although the actual treatment is completed in a matter of hours, you must remain away until it’s certified safe. Since all insects and larvae are destroyed, it’s virtually impossible to ever find another termite following treatment.
If termites have taken up residence in your home, quick action is a must. Depending on the type of termite, liquid pesticide or tent fumigation is the best course of action to keep your home safe from damage.…