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Termite Problem - Big Or Small ?

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Thanks.

We are thinking to renovate the toilet.

Hopefully it will get rid of the termite forever.

Not an expert with these pests but shouldn't you try to get rid of them first before you renovate? If they are still lingering around, your new renovation but get eaten up in no time.

 

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Yes, Kardtoon is rite. Do not start any reno until the termites have been terminated. Else, when they are disturbed, they will move to another part of the house and start another 'project'. The reason it is hard to DIY is you may not have access to the poison/bait and it is not easy to get the termites to eat the bait (poison) and bring back to the colony.

The last time, i saw the technician sprayed white color powder on the termite tunnel for the termites to 'carry' back to the Queen. He revisited 1 week later and sprayed more... a few weeks later, all the termites died and many scattered all over the floor. The duration from start to end took about a month to 6 weeks..

Good luck... btw, those big companies charges around 4-5k, with 3 - 5 yrs coverage. Smaller companies charged from a few hundreds to 1 - 2k depending on the scope of the termite attacks. Call for a few quotes to compare.

Thanks.

We are thinking to renovate the toilet.

Hopefully it will get rid of the termite forever.

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