Upon inspection, I discovered that the termites had damaged a header board in the garage and a baseboard in the living room.
In order to effectively exterminate the termites, since they live beneath the soil, I drilled into the concrete to inject a liquid application into the ground.
I made sure to space the holes at least 15-18 inches apart to ensure that the application has room to spread out.
Once I finished, I injected the liquid application into the concrete in the garage and around the entire exterior of the home. This application binds to the treated soil and creates a protective zone that termites cannot detect.
The termites will either ingest the application or come in contact with it and then transfer it to one another. The treatment then spreads throughout the colony and in a short amount of time, the termites are exterminated.
As a result of a thorough treatment, the building will be termite free and protected for many years to come.
I was sent out to a home in Toms River, NJ that was having a big problem with termites.