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Termite treatment
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Mike Taylor    Posted 06-20-2002 at 15:26:18       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Any suggestions on what chemicals I can get myself (no license) for treating termites? Dursban is outlawed now. What's left??

This old house has poured concrete footings (no cement blocks) and the crawl space is 3'-4' tall. There are a few tubes running up the inside of the footings and some running up the steel support columns.


JIM    Posted 06-22-2002 at 18:17:20       [Reply]  [Send Email]
The treatments can be done by a professional or you can get the chemicals and do it yourself.
I would opt for the pro since they will also do an inspection and let you know what the extent of existing damage is. The damage they have done may be more than the cost of preventing future damage.
Jim


PCC-AL    Posted 06-20-2002 at 18:32:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi Mike,
Check with your state or county extention service. It can give you the chemicals.
I have been told that termites must have water. Look for water leaks under your house and eliminate any.
Finally, depending on your situation, I would spray diesel fuel around my footings. Of course, I'm in the country and my situation is probably different from yours. Wish I still had a pound or two of DDT. Good luck.


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