XT2000 - Orange Oil Plus® natural drywood termite treatment

XT2000 - Orange Oil Plus® natural drywood termite treatment

Learn how to get rid of Drywood Termites with this new DIY Drywood Termite treatment guide.

Learn how to get rid of Drywood Termites with this new DIY Drywood Termite treatment guide.

Drywood termites can chew through support beams, floors and walls, causing expensive home repairs. In fact, drywood termites and other termite species cause a collective $5 billion in property damage each year.

Drywood termites can chew through support beams, floors and walls, causing expensive home repairs. In fact, drywood termites and other termite species cause a collective $5 billion in property damage each year.

drywood termite distribution map

drywood termite distribution map

Drywood Termite Treatment - How To Get Rid of Drywood Termites

Drywood Termite Treatment - How To Get Rid of Drywood Termites

Drywood Termite - Cloud Pest Control

Drywood Termite - Cloud Pest Control

Reproductive Drywood Termite wings. Sometimes you will only find the wings around the house without any other evidence. This means termites are living in the house.

Reproductive Drywood Termite wings. Sometimes you will only find the wings around the house without any other evidence. This means termites are living in the house.

Drywood termite swarmers. We opened up this beam and if you look closely you can see drywood reproductives. The sandy looking material is called termite droppings. These droppings are fecal matter from the termites and will show up in piles around your home if you have an infestation.

Drywood termite swarmers. We opened up this beam and if you look closely you can see drywood reproductives. The sandy looking material is called termite droppings. These droppings are fecal matter from the termites and will show up in piles around your home if you have an infestation.

Drywood Termite Damage. Here you can see the subfloor of a home which was vacant for many years. The termites destroyed areas of the subfloor and will be replaced by the new owner.

Drywood Termite Damage. Here you can see the subfloor of a home which was vacant for many years. The termites destroyed areas of the subfloor and will be replaced by the new owner.

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