Termite Control - Termite Pest Control - Termite Fumigation - Tenting for Termites

termite control, termite pest control, termite fumigation, tenting for termites

Termites are the most destructive insect to wood structures and buildings. The most common termite in Menifee and Riverside County is the Drywood Termite. Drywood Termites live in wood in walls, attics, garages, and wooden structures. Drywood Termites form colonies inside the wood. They feed on the interior wood and breeding inside the wood itself. These termites can enter buildings through exposed wood or cracks in the wood.

Southern California is an ideal climate for Drywood Termites. They prefer year-round warm weather. Dry climates do not deter Drywood Termites. These insects do not need standing water or much moisture to survive. Drywood Termites pull the water they need from the humidity in the air. This is the minimal amount of moisture found in all wooden structures. Moat is your 5-star termite control and termite pest control exterminator.

Drywood Termite Pest Control & Termite Fumigation

Buildings that have an existing termite infestation or termite damage needs immediate treatment. You must kill and remove all present termites and destroy their nests. If existing termite damage is discovered, repairs and remediation of all affected structures.

Direct treatment of any infested wood with proper pesticides will kill existing colonies. It will also help make wooden structures more resistant to future infestation.

Localized treatment for nesting areas containing Drywood Termites may be enough. The treatment of an entire structure is needed. Drywood Termites can be challenging to locate deep within wooden structures. Often tenting for termites is required for the most effective termite control.

Drywood Termite control is involving preventative treatments of wood. It would help if you established a proper barrier along a building’s foundation. It would help if you also protected exposure to outside entry by termites. Bait systems address future infestation through chemical restriction of termite breeding and nesting. Monitoring systems can provide feedback during future treatments. Monitoring increases the effectiveness of preventative measures.


Pre-Treatment of New Construction

The best approach is to use construction designed to prevent termite infestation.


Pre-treatment includes designed and applied soil treatments. You must treat all soil beneath a building’s foundation before the foundation is laid down. Any dirt that will be covered by a building’s foundation will be treated. Holes may be drilled for proper application of the treatment. Plumbing beddings must get further treatment. Areas with wood structures in contact with the soil must receive extra treatments.


Pre-treatment for termite fumigation can include physical barriers between any parts of the structure. A variety of insect/termite barrier material can be used.

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