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Jan 02, 2016 - 10:24 AM

This really depends on how the structure is built. Basically, however, a 3-4" deep and wide trench is dug around the outer perimeter of the home. I recommend to use a pickaxe. This has a spade on 1 end that can be used to dig the trench.

Apply Termidor at a rate of 4 gallons of mix (.75 oz of Termidor concentrate to 1 gallon of water) per 10 linear feet in the trench and then cover up the trench and smooth it out with a rake. This usually requires around 80 gallons of Termidor mix for the average home. Do the math and figure out how many gallons of mix you will need. Use this formula - linear feet divided by 10 x 4. So basically 200 linear feet divided by 10 x 4 = 80 gallons of mix.

If the termites are indoors, you can use Termidor foam and simply inject it into the wall whereever they are found. This can depend on the type of construction, etc. It's fairly simple. Here is our page with more explanation - http://www.epestsupply.com/termite_tr...

Let me know if you have any more questions.

Ron

Apply Termidor at a rate of 4 gallons of mix (.75 oz of Termidor concentrate to 1 gallon of water) per 10 linear feet in the trench and then cover up the trench and smooth it out with a rake. This usually requires around 80 gallons of Termidor mix for the average home. Do the math and figure out how many gallons of mix you will need. Use this formula - linear feet divided by 10 x 4. So basically 200 linear feet divided by 10 x 4 = 80 gallons of mix.

If the termites are indoors, you can use Termidor foam and simply inject it into the wall whereever they are found. This can depend on the type of construction, etc. It's fairly simple. Here is our page with more explanation - http://www.epestsupply.com/termite_tr...

Let me know if you have any more questions.

Ron

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