Drywood termites according to Healthida are pesky little insects that can cause major damage to your home and property. If you live in an area with a high risk of drywood termite infestation, then it is important to know what they look like and how to get rid of them. In this blog post we will discuss the different types of drywood termites, their life cycle, and how you can get rid of them for good!
Spot Treatmeant: The time has come to put a stop to those pesky wood-eating termites. You can drill and fill holes with termiticide on drywood termites, or even prevent them from ever happening in the first place by filling any cracks where they might be getting inside your home. If you’re dealing with painted or finished woods like furniture, then drilling and filling these problem areas is possible for some types of damage – but not all! It really depends if there are visible signs that tell us what type of pest we’re up against; different treatments will work better than others depending on whether it’s drywood termite vs subterranean colony (to name just one).
Essential Oils: Termites are a menace to yourself and your home. They can cause serious structural damage, which not only costs you money but also leads to an unhealthy living environment for everyone in the house too! But don’t worry– with this DIY pest control solution we’re about to discuss, you will be able to rid those creepy crawlers from your property once and for all (and save some cash on expensive exterminators). All it takes is two cups of water mixed up with dish soap along with 10 drops of essential oil such as orange or neem oil. Shake well before spraying onto infested wood or materials where termites may dwell when they weren’t detected during inspections by professionals like us at Green Pest Solutions.