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Re: Termidor questions


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Posted by John Fasoldt on 5:45:58 5/29/2009 from 96.235.178.30:

In reply to: Termidor questions posted by Scrim Shaw on 4:09:53 5/29/2009 from 71.204.27.233:

No reason to drill a poured concrete wall, I wouldn't advise it. As far as the outside concrete is concerned, it is normally very unobtrusive, the holes are patched with concrete, and are visible in the future, I tell people it's like an appendicitis scar - unless you're some kind of movie star, something like that doesn't matter.

And why don't you have the job done in the fall, or when the chance of water incursions is at a minimum. Since there is no ongoing problem, I see nothing wrong with waiting a bit. If the company tries to push you into treatment, I DO see something wrong with that.

A little moisture would do no harm, as a matter of fact, some would aid the treatment. Just no run-ff rain for a day or two before and after treatment.

---John



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