how to get rid of drywood termites?
Wood Destroying Organisms are looking for cellulose material and will damage the structural wood of a structure. Drywood termites do not require contact with the soil and a spot treatment is mandatory to get rid of them and stop their progress.
Subterranean, Formosan termites, Carpenter ants and wood-boring beetles should also be treated.
During the survey of each wood part to determine the extent of damage and the responsible insect, the applicator must evaluate the strength and judge the eventual replacement of certain parts.
Spraying chemical on wood can only treat the surface.
Injecting without pressure doesn’t allow the chemical to be widely spread.
If the injection pressure is increased, the backlow of chemical causes safety concern for the Pest Management Professionnel.
NOW WITH MABI: DRYWOOD TERMITE TREATMENT IN-DEPTH
A combination of pressure injection and spraying is the most efficient way to treat wood. 50 years of experience: MABI injectors are already used in the most beautiful historic buildings worldwide including Notre Dame de Paris.
In-depth treatment for more efficiency
Backflow-prevention system for your safety
A PERFECT WOOD TREATMENT AGAINST TERMITES WITH MABI
1/4’’ or 3/8’’ holes according to the wood size and to the MABI injectors used.
Drill 1 hole per foot in a diamond pattern, 2/3 of the timber thickness.
Insert with a rubber mallet the MABI injectors into each drilled hole.
the treatment product between 30 and 220 PSI until runoff is observed; by using a gun and an injection tip combined with a pump. The aim is to create, inside the wood section, insecticide active zones to
eliminate wood-boring larvae which cannot be reached by a surface treatment or to stop the termite progress into the structure.
Finally, spray the product over all wooden surfaces according to product’s label. You will destroy all larvae and insects present and get lasting protection against future attacks.