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Drywood Termites: No-Tent Termite Control

The Effective and Convenient Termite Solution

Florida Environmental Pest Management (FEPM) is proud to offer a no-tent solution to termite control. Other companies claim that a home infested with termites must be tented, but that’s not the case. FEPM No-Tent Termite Control provides homeowners with a hassle-free, convenient approach to eliminating termites. No tenting or fumigation needed!

Drywood Termites: No-Tent Termite Control - 561-689-8911

No-Tent Drywood Termite Treatment

FEPM No-Tent Termite Control is effective at getting rid of South Florida’s drywood termite species, one of the most common types of termites in the state. Our FEPM trained professionals apply the following steps, to get rid of drywood termite infestations of any size or scale:

  • A direct injection of our advanced non-repellent product is made by our trained FEPM professionals into termite galleries.
  • A termite makes contact with the treated surface.
  • When the worker insect returns to the colony, the product is distributed to the entire colony, via the “transfer effect.”
  • Eventually, the colony’s queen termite makes contact with the liquid solution, which eradicates the entire colony.
  • An additional step and preventative measure is that common termite entry points are also treated.

Benefits of FEPM’s No-Tent Termite Treatment

Tenting a home for treatment is a huge inconvenience, requiring homeowners to relocate for a minimum of two days. Homeowners must also take other preparatory steps, such as removing all uncanned foods from the property. The following are undeniable advantages of FEPM’s No-Tent Termite Control:

  • NO need to be displaced from your home for any amount of time.
  • No need to remove flowers or plants.
  • No need to remove uncanned foods from the home.
  • No need to remove medications or cosmetics.
  • No need to risk damage to the roof or to landscaping.
  • No need to disconnect antennas or satellites.
  • No required tree trimming or shrub trimming.
  • NO worries because results are Guaranteed!

Behavior and Habitats of Drywood Termites

Drywood termites live in colonies of up to 5,000 termites. Very little moisture is required for their survival, and no connection to the ground is needed. The areas most affected by drywood termites include attic trusses, soffit areas, and fascia boards. The moisture they do get is obtained from the water produced by digesting cellulose from wood. This results in sand-like, very hard fecal pellets. Seeing these pellets, called “frass”, is the most common way the presence of the termites is detected. Swarms are a sign of a mature colony. The colony caste system is composed of a queen, a king, soldiers, nymphs, and pseudergates (false workers). Unlike subterranean termite colonies, there is no true worker caste.

Preventative Pest Tips

There are various actions homeowners can take to reduce the likelihood of a termite infestation. Scrap wood and firewood should be stored at least 20 feet from the home. All cracks and crevices in the structure should be sealed. Outside of these types of steps, the best way to avoid damage caused by termites is to rely on the professionals at Florida Environmental Pest Management. Contact FEPM today for convenient No-Tent Drywood Termite Treatment.