Living up to their name, drywood termites require very little moisture to survive and build colonies in dry, undecayed wood. They can live in walls, structural timbers, attics, and even furniture.
A drywood termite infestation can be recognized by the appearance of termite excrement or frass. These distinct excrement pellets are expelled from holes in wood made by termites. Piles of pellets resemble sawdust and form on window sills and along baseboards. Frass is a sure sign of a drywood termite infestation.
We offer a variety of non-fumigation treatment methods for drywood termite infestations.
These treatment methods include:
- High pressure attic misting
- High pressure wall void misting
- Wall void foaming
Non fumigation, or spot treatments, are good solutions for smaller infestations or when used in combination with other termite treatment options. No tent treatments use mists or foams sprayed directly onto wood sources. These localized treatments can also be used as preventative measures against drywood termites.