Posted by John Fasoldt on 13:00:44 3/5/2016 from 126.96.36.199:
In reply to: Re: more (i posted in wrong place) posted by Jeremy on 12:34:23 3/5/2016 from 188.8.131.52:
Hard to say what happened, I only have descriptions, and a trained eye usually tells more.
But from experience, yes, Termidor can eradicate nests inside when they are just used outside. It does take special circumstances, and if the "causes" are still there, you will most probably get a recurrence at some point in time. Could be quick (this coming season) could be YEARS from now.
I did a lady close to me with a TERRIBLE problem, water-soaked wood shed, tall, mature trees, the works, she had them all over. Did it 4 years ago, she hasn't see but a few since - and "a few," with all those trees, is amazing. She's definitely happy with those few.
Termidor is a non-repellant. They don't know it's there, so the exterminator want them to spread it throughout the colony, to kill as much as they can. Done right (and that sometimes takes luck) this can work miracles. At this time, it is dynamite on any social insect that I can think of.
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