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How long does termite bait stations last?
Last Updated: 7th April, 2020
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Simply so, do termite bait stations really work?
If you're like most homeowners, however, you may be wondering, “Do termite bait stations work?” The answer is that when properly installed and monitored, baits can be a very effective means of controlling termites on your property.
Additionally, how often should you treat your house for termites? Question: How often do you need to retreat a residence for termite control (every year, every 2 years, longer)? Answer: Termite control is done once and it will last from 6-13 years; however, a yearly inspection of the house is usually done.
In this way, how often should termite bait stations be checked?
With the particular bait stations that we use, the manufacturer recommends that we monitor them every 3 months, but allow us to check them every 6 months, depending on how they are set up. We choose to monitor them every 3 months. We do so to minimize our risk, and the potential for costly termite damage.
Do termites come back after treatment?
If termites happen to return, most will retreat the affected area(s) at no additional charge. Some companies also will repair damage occurring after their treatment, although dating onset of termite damage is a hard thing to determine.