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Guaranteed Termite Control Kit

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The kit will provide control on the outer perimeter of the home with the Red Eye Stations an inner perimeter with the trenching of Reclaim IT around the foundation and interior control with the Fipro Foam. Making sure to eliminate the termites inside the home making sure they never get close again.

Target Pests

Termites

For Use In

The kit will cover the exterior of a building as well as the inside of the walls of the building.

Application

 Reclaim IT - Post construction treatment will be done once the building has been finalized. The Reclaim will be mixed as described by the label and applied to a trench at a rate of 4 finished gallons to every 10 linear feet of foundation. For areas that are connected to the slab but are cement like a drive way or side walk, it is highly recommended to drill into the concrete at a 12-inch increment to apply the Reclaim into the soil.

Fipro Foam- The foam will be applied to both the Red Eye Monitoring Stations as well as any walls that have current activity. Please see the section below on how to use the Fipro Foam on the Red Eye and you can always refer to the label for further instructions. The aerosol will be applied to the walls that the termites are found or suspected.

Red Eye Monitoring Stations - Stations are placed approximately 10 linear feet apart about 5 feet away from the structure. They should be placed flush with the ground so as not to get damaged by lawn mowers. After Placing the stations in the ground if there are active termites in the area you will have a visual detection of the red eye disappearing. Once the red eye has disappeared you will want to inject the Fipro Foam into the port on the top of the station. Once the Fipro has been injected leave the stations there for 30 days and then replace the station with a new one. 

Coverage Area

Reclaim IT will cover 234 linear feet when performing a post-construction termite trenching treatment.

Fipro Foam - Will make 5 finished gallons

Red Eye Monitoring Stations - Will cover 10 linear feet of foundation

Mix Rate

Reclaim IT - mix rate is 1 oz per gallon of water.

Fipro Foam - Ready to use Foam

Red Eye Termite Station - Ready to use station

Active Ingredient

Reclaim IT - Bifenthrin 7.9%

Fipro Foam - Fipronil .05%

Guaranteed Termite Control Kit

Product Name Price Qty
RECLAIM IT 3/4 GALLON
$179.99
FIPRO AEROSOL
$25.99
RED EYE TERMITE STATION
$12.98

Termite Control Kit Guide

Termites are perhaps the biggest threat out there to the structure of your home. If left unchecked, termites can cause a ton of destruction that can ruin your homes wooden foundation and mean a lot of expensive repairs. It’s best for a homeowner to be proactive when it comes to termites and seek out ways to treat and prevent termites that are feasting on their home, which is why Solutions Pest & Lawn has put together an ultimate DIY termite control kit proven to completely eliminate even the worst termite infestations.

 

Before you go dialing up a professional termite exterminator to treat your home for termites, bear in mind that you would be getting a hefty bill that may be more than you can afford. While some of that cost is due to the professional grade products exterminators use, the bulk of the cost is labor. Why not save your money by purchasing DIY termite control products at a fraction of the cost of a professional treatment?

 

Nowadays, the industry allows for professional quality termiticides to be purchased and applied to your own property so there is no reason not to roll up your sleeves and do it yourself. By purchasing our DIY termite control kit, you won’t have to go on the hunt for the right products because all that you need is right there in a convenient package.

 

Our Termite Control Kits are 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

 

Solutions Pest & Lawn is staffed by experts and certified technicians who have been in the pest control industry for over 30 years, so we know our stuff. The products which we carry in our inventory have been researched, tested and experimented by our experts in order prove that they in fact do as advertised. If a product is ineffective or is below average in its control of termites, we don’t keep the product on our shelves.

 

The termite control kit we have worked hard to put together combines the absolute best products on the market for effective termite control. Our trials of these products demonstrated 100% control of termite infestations so we can assure you that your termite issues will be a thing of the past if you use our termite control kid according to our directions.

 

We are so confident that our termite control kit will get rid of your fly infestation that we place a 100% GUARANTEE on our kits. If after using our termite control kit according to our easy usage guide you are not satisfied with the results we will take care of you by sending you alternative products or give you a refund. This usually does not happen as our kits do not disappoint.

 

Save Money By Conducting DIY Termite Control

 

Pest control establishments perhaps get more phone calls about termites than any other type of insect encountered in the home. This is for good reasons as termite wood damage to the home can lead to very costly repairs which are often not covered under the majority of home insurance policies--meaning people have to pay out of pocket when they need to repair or replace the wood wreckage caused by termites.While most termite experts will try to discourage you from performing your own termite treatment and tell you to leave it to the professionals to conduct inspections and treatments, the average homeowner doesn’t have the funds set aside to hire a professional termite control company to eliminate the termite issue because of their exorbitant costs.

 

While most termite experts will try to discourage you from performing your own termite treatment and tell you to leave it to the professionals to conduct inspections and treatments, the average homeowner doesn’t have the funds set aside to hire a professional termite control company to eliminate the termite issue because of their exorbitant costs.

 

These days, the average termite inspection and treatment by a professional will run you between $1200-1600 per treatment. The rate can even become much higher if your home was to be fumigated (which is the typical professional treatment option for drywood termites) which can cost anywhere from $1300 to upwards of $8500 dollars to do. It is likely that you don’t have such a budget for these types of expenses.

 

The whole issues with hiring a company to inspect and treat your home for termites is that you never know what you’re going to get. Even a company that you believe is reputable and trusted may end up doing not thorough enough of a job to eliminate the issue or will swindle you into extra expenses that you may not necessarily need.

 

You may think you’re not certified or knowledgeable enough to inspect your home (in fact that’s what termite control professionals want you to think) but it is entirely possible to conduct a good inspection yourself by learning the hot spots to look out for and by equipping yourself with the same products we carry which are the same products the professionals use when conducting termite control treatments. Solutions Pest & Lawn can help you with both!

 

Termite Control: A Complicated DIY Task

 

While at Solutions Pest & Lawn we have the tools via professional DIY termite control products and knowledge to help make conducting termite control yourself easier, termite control alone isn’t a job that is simple to do.

 

Termite inspection and control, if you choose to do it yourself, requires a large investment of time and effort to ensure you do a thorough job that is successful in eliminating your termite problem.

 

Termite control can be complicated because their is no one-size-fits-all approach to getting rid of the termite infestation you may have. You may equip yourself with a product for drywood termites yet what you really have is subterranean termites which require different products and a different method of control.

 

If you really feel that DIY termite control is the best option for you to save money and eliminate your termite issue, you have to consider several factors and concerns before moving forward.

 

Types of Termites

 

This is perhaps the biggest factor of all when putting into consideration a good termite control approach. There are three major types of termites which are known for invading households and damaging wood structures: subterranean termites, drywood termites and dampwood termites. Each of these termites has different habits and tendencies which means that the way to approach treatments are different.

 

Subterranean termites are the most common, accounting for nearly 90% of home infestations. Subterranean termites, as their name suggests, like to live in the soil and don’t actually live in the wood itself. This termite type needs moisture to survive. They travel from their nests underground to the home via tunnels and mud tubes to forage and consume wood.

 

Drywood Termites primarily live in wood and such as dead trees, hardwood floors and even wooden furniture. Drywood termites do not need much moisture like subterranean termites and do not need to live in the soil. They have much smaller colonies compared to subterranean termites.

 

Dampwood termites is another type of termite which requires a lot of moisture to survive. Like their name also suggest, they prefer wood with high amounts of moistures. These type of termites rarely are found in man-made wooden structures because they often do not have enough moisture for them to reside there.

 

For the most part all three of these termite types look the same when it comes to the worker termite majority in their colonies and nymphs. What termite experts and entomologists use to find out the difference between the termite species is by looking at their soldier termites or alates (swarmers) which have distinguishing characteristics as well as where they are located in or around a home.

 

To learn about termites in more details, please refer to our knowledge base under “termites” where you will find tons of valuable in-depth information and how to guides on how to eliminate termites from your home.

 

How Termites Affect Different Property Types

 

A big factor that comes into play which complicates a control program is the way your home was built and the type of property your have. Depending on what type of property you have, you may have to customize your approach.

 

This can be especially the case with subterranean termites as they can live in underground as far as 50 meters from the home and travel to and fro from your home to consume your precious wood.

 

Homes Built Upon Concrete

 

Homes constructed on a concrete slab typically get attacked by infestations of termites (subterranean mainly) due to their entry points being largely undetected. Termites will usually make their way into a home through a gap between the edge of the inner slab and the internal void between the brickwork.

 

Homes built on stilts or posts

 

Homes built on wooden poles or stilts are also vulnerable to damage by termites when termites travel up the center of the timber poles then into the house completed undetected by the homeowner.

 

Newly Built Homes

 

Think a brand new built home is immune to the presence of termites? Think again. While newly constructed homes are built with a termite barriers you should not totally rule out conducting an inspection of your home as they may find a gap or opening in the barrier treatment to make their way inside. A thorough termite inspection will identify any breaches in the perimeter areas of the home that will allow termites easy access.

 

If your home was custom built, certain types of wood like lumber can attract termites who will have their way with those custom wood elements so again, inspection efforts need to be conducting to minimize the risk of a termite infestation in a new home. 

 

Existing homes 10 years or older

 

Perhaps the type of home that is most vulnerable to termite infestations, this is largely because older homes have no sort of termite protection. Older homes need to be inspected for termites at least once a year.

 

Commonly Asked Questions From Homeowners Regarding DIY Termite Control

 

Termite control the DIY way can be intimidating for some homeowners, that is why we here at Solutions Pest & Lawn want to ease your minds by answering some of the most frequently asked questions in regards to termite control and treatment

 

Can I really do my own Termite Control?

 

Getting rid of a termite infestation from a home doesn’t require someone to have certification or any sort of professional skills but it does require a DIY homeowner to be thorough and serious about carrying out termite control. With that being said, professionals do have the special skills necessary to conduct solid termite inspections and have a working knowledge of the main areas to check and treat as well as the right tools such as drills and soil treatment rods to be able to inject termiticide into the ground alongside the foundation, beneath concrete slabs, and within foundation walls.

 

If you do not have the time to do DIY home control and you have more than enough money to afford a professional termite treatment, then by all means, hire a pro. However, if you want to save money and experience the sheer accomplishment of ridding a termite infestation from your home yourself, DIY termite control is the way to go and we at Solutions Pest & Lawn have the resources to help you succeed.

 

Which DIY termite treatment options and methods are the most effective?

 

This is a good question and the answer depends on several factors such as the type of dwelling you reside in and the type of termite your home is infested with. There are three general categories that we recommend for termite control, liquids termiticides, foams and baits.

 

Termiticides have been around for decades and professional grade termiticides have been proven to work. The purpose of termiticide chemicals is to provide a long-lasting barrier which kills termites and keeps them away from building and structures.

 

While in the past termiticides were of the repellent variety, nowadays there are non-repellent termiticides where are greatly effective such as Termidor® and Taurus SC(fipronil). These non-repellent options have proven to be a reliable method of termite control.

 

With baiting (like the Red Eye Termite Bait Station), termites are lured via paper, wood or other cellulose based food and either killed via slow acting baits or via foaming when they have all gathered in a target area. These termite bait stations are installed below ground out in the yard in cylindrical plastic stations.

 

Do I need to treat my entire house or can I just focus on areas where I’ve seen

 

termites.Termite colonies, especially subterranean termites, may contain hundreds of thousands of individuals termites which can scatter and forage in many different directions. Spot treatments are not a recommended means of control as it is very likely that you will be missing a great segment of the termite population.

 

What is largely recommended to ensure complete control of termite infestations within a home is to do what is called a perimeter treatment using a liquid termiticide like Reclaim IT. This involves a thorough application around the entire outside foundation wall of the building, and spot-treating any infested or high-risk interior areas.

 

How long does termiticide treatment keep my home protected?

 

Professional liquid termiticides like the ones we have in stock at Solutions Pest & Lawn can give you up to 10 years of continued protection when the product is applied according to directions. What varies the amount of protection on a given structure depends on several factors such as how thorough the application process was, environmental conditions, and the density of termites in the region. If a termite problem creeps up against a year after treatment, the product is normally not to blame but rather the termite may have found an untreated gap in the barrier treatment to infiltrate and re-infest your home.

 

Will termiticide chemicals be safe to apply around pets and

 

children.Termiticides are tested extensively for its effects on health. These products have been certified and approved by the EPA and based on the current body of knowledge, termiticides that have been registered pose no significant hazard to humans, pets or the environment when applied according to directions found on the label. While termiticide products are safe to handle and use, people with health concerns should consult their physician before conducting any DIY treatment.

 

Contents of our DIY Termite Control Kit

 

While our termite control kit mainly targets the most common termite infestation (subterranean termites) it can also be effective to other termite types. The products contained in our termite control kit will not be found at your big box stores or home & garden centers as this is a professional grade item sold at places specialized in pest control. Finding all the best products for termite control in one convenient package is an outstanding value because our risk-free 100% Guarantee!

 

Our Termite Control Kit includes:

  • Reclaim IT
  • Fipro Foam
  • Red eye Termite Bait Stations

 

Reclaim IT is our unique formula which ensures full control of active termite infestations. This product is 100% guaranteed for up to 9 years from the date of application. Recalim IT contains the active ingredient Bifenthrin which is a lethal termite killer. This concentrate is ideally used via handheld sprayer or by digging a trench and putting a mixture around the perimeter of the home.

 

Fipro Foaming Aerosol also contains Fipronil but in aerosol form for easy application. It comes with an applicator approved for crack and crevice use inside and outside of structures. Fipro can also be used to control ants, roaches, stink bugs and other pests inside and out.

 

Red Eye Termite Monitoring Station is the new convenient way to monitor termite activity in and around your home. Its unique design allows for treatment of termites without insecticidal baits. If termite activity is found just use a foaming product to inject the insecticide directly into the termite colony. This reduces the amount of insecticide used and provides the most targeted application available.

 

This above combination of products is all you need to pull off a successful termite control treatment. You will see significant results within days. We highly recommend using the termite control kit in accordance to our step-by-step directions below which covers how to properly apply all the products in the kit for the best possible results.

 

Termite Control Kit Usage Guide: 4 Steps to Success

 

Termite control can be complicated if not approached in a well planned way. There is no single product that will take care of termite infestation big or small. It is recommended by an overwhelming majority of pest control experts to use multiple methods of treatment to ensure the most success in getting rid of a termite infestation. That way, if one method of treatment doesn’t eliminate all the termites, another method of application will.

 

Step 1: Inspect and Monitor Termite Activity Areas

 

The first step in effective termite control is to perform a thorough termite inspection. This can be a difficult job without the right tools. Use a flashlight to check dark spaces like basements or attics and also a tool like a screwdriver or other sharp-ended object can come in handy when probing wood for termites and exposing termite galleries. Focus in on areas where termite activity is most likely like crawl spaces and around the foundation.

 

Pay special attention to all wooden construction elements like support posts and piers and wooden decks and areas where concrete meets wood. Keep a close eye for wood debris, mud tubes and wings. Wings are normally seen because reproductive termites (also known as swarmers) have wings and will leave the termite nest to mate and grow the infestation.

 

The Red Eye Termite Monitoring Station simplifies the termite monitoring and treatment process. Simply drill a hole into the ground and insert the Red Eye station. The Red eye has an indicator on top which disappears if there is termite activity around your property. If the indicator goes off then you should grab the Fipro Aerosol Foam and inject the foaming insecticide into the built-in injection opening to control the termites who have infiltrated the Red Eye Monitoring System.

 

Step 2: Apply Reclaim IT Termiticide

 

Once termite activity areas have been detected, you will want to apply a product (Reclaim IT) to the soil on the exterior where you see the mud tubes. Do not remove or knock the mud tube down. These insecticides will allow the termites to grab the product and take it to other termites within the colony. You may also have to drill holes into sheet rock to reach termites that couldn’t otherwise be reached. After drilling holes along drywall and voids, apply your Fipro Aerosol Foam to the holes.

 

Step 3: Build a Termite Barrier (Termite Trench)

 

After you’ve treated indoors, you will need to create a protective barrier for termites around the perimeter of your home. This is typically done by digging a trench around your home. The trench should be dug as close to the slab as possible, 6 inches wide and 4 inches deep. Perimeter application is usually 4 finished gallons for every 10 linear feet. Mix Reclaim IT with the dirt that has been dug out to create the trench to make a muddy slush, then pour it back into the trench, spreading it as evenly as possible to deter termites from targeting your home and will eliminate their colony.

 

Step 4: Termite Preventative Measures

 

By this point, the termite population will have been significantly affected by the product and have died out. To make sure termites don't re-enter your home and create a new colony, you will need to implement some preventative measures. These include replacing any dead or damaged wood, and repairing any water leaks in and around your home. Seal any cracks or holes within the foundation of your home. Keep any wood around your home from touching the ground and limit wood storage areas. This will help prevent wandering termites from gaining easy access to your home.

 

By following the four steps above, your termite control kit will successfully get the job done in getting rid of termites from your home. Order your termite control kit today and put a stop to your termite infestation. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us via phone at 1800-479-6583 or email us at askapro@solutionsstores.com and we will be happy to assist you.

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