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Premise Foam is the only non-repellent termiticide available in a portable instant foam. No measuring, mixing or waiting around required. Premise Foam delivers precisely formulated dry foam every time, under any conditions, to attack termite problems on the spot. Expands 30:1 ratio to cover hard to reach areas such as inside termite galleries, wall voids, floor voids and more.

Target Pests

Premise Foam Kills and Controls Termites Wood-infesting Insects Carpenter bees and Ant Infestations

For Use In

Premise Foam is for use in and around insect galleries spaces between wooden structural members voids crawlspaces basements attics decks fencing siding damaged wood foundations.


Feeding Galleries and Structural Voids: Apply a sufficient volume of Premise Foam into galleries or voids in termite damaged wood. When necessary, penetrate the galleries in damaged wood or voids by drilling holes to receive the injector tip.

Nest Sites: Multiple injection points to varying depths may be necessary to obtain thorough coverage.

Drywood Termites and Wood-infesting Beetles or Borers: Locate galleries, penetrate the gallery system by drilling holes to receive the injector tip. Distribute holes to cover the gallery system.

Carpenter bees: Apply a sufficient volume of foam directly into gallery entrance holes. Following treatment, entrance holes may be plugged with a suitable material.

Ants: Inject a sufficient volume of foam by crack and crevice or wall void application. make injections into voids where ants or their nests are present, or other place here these pests enter the structure, or where they have been seen or found

Coverage Area

Premise Foam comes in an 18 oz can and coverage varies.

Time to Kill

Premise Foam works upon contact with pests.

Active Ingredient

Imidacloprid 0.5%

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Control Ants and Termites With Premise Foam

Premise Foam is a foaming termiticide developed by Bayer and its quite popular to treat termite infestations and ant infestations. An 18 ounce can can make up to 5 gallons of foam. Premise Foam comes with two applicator tips.


Premise Foam is a ready-to-use foam insecticide and an 18 ounce can has the capacity to treat about 1,000 cubic inches. Premise Foam is a non-repellent meaning that the target insects will not be able to be deterred from the product nor will they be able to detect that it is a product designed for their destruction. Premise Foam comes in an instant, portable can which delivers a easy and precise way to deliver foam that has revolutionized the way termites and ants are treated and controlled.


Premise Foam contains the active ingredient of imidacloprid with the intention to kill subterranean species of termites and other wood-infesting insects as well as ant infestations.


While Premise Foam is a solid option used to eliminate subterranean termites found in wall voids and tight spaces between wooden elements above ground and other areas, it should not be used alone to completely control termites.


For the best success in overcoming termite problems, Premise Foam should be used along with using a premium termiticide that should be used to treat the soil (such as via trench method), as well as a termite bait system like Red Eye Termite Baiting Stations.


Main Features of Premise Foam

  • ready-to-use,no mixing required

  • Easily portable

  • Low toxicity

  • highly effective

  • can be used for drywood termite control

  • can be sprayed in wall voids


Premise Foam In Action

Due to the powerful active ingredient of imidacloprid, Premise Foam works differently from other termiticides which work more as a repellent, rather than killing, termites. Apply Premise Foam in the areas where termites are active and have created tunnels, the termites will continue to do their usual activities without being able to detect the Premise Foam and will even walk over areas treated by the phone.


The exposed termites then continue on unaware of the poison working on them, before they suddenly drop dead, succumbing to the formula. In the meantime, the exposed termites are able to spread the chemical in the Premise Foam to other termites in the colony. This eventually and ideally leads to a domino effect which wipes out more of the colony. Imidacloprid, the active ingredient in Premise Foam, is the most widely-used insecticide in the world with a proven track record of success.


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I find some termite inside of my basement celling drywall. Can I use foam to kill them? And how? Thanks for help!
Jason on Jul 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can use Premise Foam to control termites in a wall void. It is typically not recommended as a stand alone treatment, so I would inspect the exterior and try and locate the mud tubes or other entry locations and treat those areas appropriately.
Do you ship to Australia? How much?
Ray on Oct 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No sorry we cannot ship the premise foam to Australia

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It's so easy to use and makes it easy to get rid of termites. Premise Foam provides long term protection. Make sure you read the instructions. I highly recommended it.
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Effective local termite control
This product is used by my pest control company. I ordered my own to use when I have to wait a long time for a professional treatment.
April 26, 2018
2 months ago
Took Care of Yellow Jackets
Got this for yellow jackets nesting inside a window frame after jet spray only managed to kill a few. Worked great.
August 19, 2014
Foam follows the ants paths though foam insulation
I injected Premise foam in the wall voids and where the carpenter ants had ejected debris from their tunnels and observed the foam coming out of other openings as far as 8 inches from the injection site. Over the next couple of days the number of live ants declined dramatically and a large number of confused or dead ants were showing up outside on the patio and inside along the base board.
August 14, 2014
Pure Science!
We are waiting to see if the residual holds up but as far as the products effectiveness goes, ONE OF THE BEST WE HAVE EVER SEEN!!! THANK YOU SOLUTIONS SELF-CHEM!
July 27, 2014
Saved my client $764!!
I'm a Realtor in Southern California, the termite company wanted $870 for 2 MINOR spot treatment areas & replacement of a wood section about the size of a business card. I called a different termite co & the lady on the phone even said to me ""the termite work for that property is 'practically non-existent'"", yet she still said it would cost $500 for them to come out to fix it & give us a clearance report. I said ""how is something that's (your words) Non-existent, still going to cost $500?"", Then I tell her that ""I just bought some Premise Foam online for $36 w/ 3 day shipping & I watched the DIY video, I've got my handyman & we're going to go drill some holes & get it done!"", She Cackled at me saying I'm not a licensed termite person & I can't do that & there's no way a civilian like me could buy Premise Foam & she sarcastically wished me good luck & hung up on me! I got it done for $106 total & in 9 minutes & I still have about 90% foam left in my can, so I guess you could say my total cost was $73.60 w/ my handyman. I video taped it & you can watch my video on YouTube called ""Saving Money DIY Spot Treatment For Termites""
June 6, 2013
New Anti Termite Warrior
Previous termite info was mind numbing until I found your web site. I've noticed a small swarm of winged termites near my basement bathroom. There's a slight crack in the foundation near the floor. I believe it's they're entry point. I purchased the premise foam as a first step in this battle. It worked great but I plan to purchase larger quantities of some of your other items.The online information and directions are great for DIY'ers like myself. It gives me peace of mind to find products I can diligently apply and not break the bank!Thank you!
March 18, 2010

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