Alpine Ant and Termite Foam - 20 oz.

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Alpine Ant and Termite Foam - 20 oz.

Alpine Ant and Termite Foam comes from a new line of Reduced Risk Non-Repellent products which means effective pest control with a safer active ingredient. Non-repellent products are un-detectable to insects and have a transfer effect allowing the insecticide to spread throughout a colony to kill even the pests you don't see! With Alpine Foam you can treat subterranean and drywood termites, including termite swarm sites and localized termite infestations in wall voids and other areas. In addition, Alpine Foam treats ant infestations (including foraging carpenter ants, argentine, ghost, pharaoh and white footed ants), powderpost beetles, asian lady bugs, boxelder bugs and more. Alpine Foam expands at a rate of 30:1 with 1 oz. of product (or 5 seconds of spray) producing approx 1 quart of foam. The can will produce up to 20 quarts of foam.




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  • 15 of 15 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  This stuff works!
    By Shaun in Riverside on 03/01/2012
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    I had a palapa that was infested with termites. It was going to cost $400 to have it drilled and treated ($800 to have it tented and treated). So, needless to say, I tried it myself. I bought one can of the Alpine foam and drilled several holes in the palapa where i saw the termite holes and injected the foam. It's been over 3 weeks and i have yet to see any traces from the the termites. I still have half a can of left and i saved myself at least $375. I'm very happy

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  • 14 of 14 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Alpine Ant and Termite Foam - This stuff WORKS!
    By Ross in Pembroke Pines, FL on 10/22/2011
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    The beauty of this foaming crack & crevice product is the fact that ants do not avoid it, instead tracking through it and bringing it back to their nest... Proof is that we observed (and killed) several staggering ghost ant queens abandoning their nests - these ants had been plaguing us for a while, and no other product had managed to control the little buggers (pardon the pun). At first glance, product appears expensive, but the degree of expansion of the foam means that a little bit actually goes a long way. Highly recommended, without hesitation or reservation.

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  • 14 of 14 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Good.
    By Grace in Tampa,Fl. on 03/23/2012
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    This product was used by my termite pest control provider so I started using it myself on areas where I find termite droppings,so far seems to work well.I live on a 1951-built house .

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  • 12 of 13 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Kevin
    By Kevin in Jamaica, New york on 04/07/2012
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    I used half a can and I have not seen another termite. I would surely recommend this product to others.

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  • 10 of 10 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  So Far So Good
    By Leo in Palm Desert, CA on 10/31/2013
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    We found evidence of dry termites in the front door jamb of our home. I ordered Alpine Ant and Termite Foam and it was delivered in one week as promised by Customer Service. We drilled holes in the door frame and injected the termite foam. Be sure to hold the nozzle at the injection site firmly until the flow stops. You can possibly end up with lots of foam outside the wall if you remove the nozzle too quickly. Due to the extent of wood damage, I am having a professional termite company further inspect and repair / replace the door frame. The day of the inspection, the termite company found no active termites (3 days after I treated with Alpine). More information will be posted once the wall is opened and the inspector can see if the Alpine killed the active colony. So far, it appears Alpine is working. More to come.

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  • 10 of 10 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Excellent Product
    By Vivian in Miami on 02/11/2013
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    Used in the kitchen where I saw some termites, worked great, no smell or residue left when it dried. I love it!!!

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  • 7 of 7 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Works Great!
    By in Garden Grove, CA on 07/08/2013
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    We had termites in a 4x4 wood porch post. I was constantly seeing wood dust on the porch floor at the bottom of the post. I would sweep it up and it would be back in a couple of days. We drilled 1/4" holes every two feet and injected the foam. It has been over a week and there is no sign of further termite activity.

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  • 6 of 6 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Worth reordering!
    By Ross in Pembroke Pines, FL on 11/23/2011
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    Product goes a long way - first can is (after numerous treatments) finally close to finished. Number of ants has dropped off to almost none. We liked this product so much that it was worth reordering to ensure that we had it in reserve... 'Nuf said.

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  • 5 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Great product
    By Nicole in Lewisville, TX on 11/18/2013
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    Very easy to use! I was using it as a preventative treatment since there was some previous termite problem in the house I just bought. Was hoping it would cover more room but I wasn't sparing with my application. Still covers a good amount.

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  On Time
    By Jdm in LA on 11/12/2012
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    No hassles at all. Easy to buy and was on time. This is really a great product and actually bought two cans.

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01/23/2010 Layla

QDoes the Alpine Ant and Termite Foam go into the wall as a foam and then turn to powder?
Is the main ingredient boric acid? I recently saw on TV someone using a spray for ants that goes into the wall and becomes a powder which is brought back to the nest. I thought they said it was Boric Acid powder and environmentally friendly.

AThe Alpine Ant and Termite Foam does go into wall voids but it does not turn into a powder, it actually becomes a clear residual product once it dries that can be picked up by ants and termites and taken back to the nest.  The active ingredient is Dinotefuran .025%, not boric acid powder.  Alpine is very environmentally friendly.  We do carry a Boric Acid Powder dust called CB Borid Boric Acid Dust which would fit the description of what you are describing.

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06/18/2013 T from Atlanta, Ga

QI have ants moving behind the walls of my kitchen and emerging in different places. Alpine or D-Foam?
I am using Cyper WP around the perimeter of the house and Ortho Home Defense around pipes and cracks inside the house

AAlpine Ant and Termite Foam would be a great option for you. It provides a non-repellent transfer killing effect to eradicate the ant colony/colonies.

4 of 4 people found this answer helpful.
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10/25/2011 Cathy from Orange, Ca

QI have drywood termites in a painted patio post. Should I use Alpine foam or Fastout Foam? or something else?
I can see the kickout hole. Would I drill a hole directly into the kickout hole or several holes around the area?

AThe Alpine Ant and Termite Foam is our most popular product, so we would suggest that product.  You should drill directly into the kickout hole and foam into the drill holes.  Simple as that.

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02/06/2014 Alex from Miami, Florida

QCan Alpine Foam get rid off any type of termites if applied properly?
Like drywood, subterranean and any other family of termite

AAlpine Ant and Termite Foam will kill any type of termite that comes into contact with it, however it is not the proper way to eliminate subterranean termites and will not eliminate an entire subterranean colony on its own. Proper application of the foam for drywood termites or spot treatments in a wall void for subterranean in conjunction with a soil foundation treatment will be effective with the Alpine. 

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04/27/2010 Charles

QCan Alpine Foam (or another Foam) be used in conjunction with Termidor to treat for termites?
Can Alpine Foam (or another Foam) be used in conjunction with Termidor to treat for termites (ie: Termidor outside and Alpine Foam indoors to treat a wall void where a swarm occurred)?

AYes, since Alpine Ant and Termite Foam is also a non-repellent, it can be used in conjunction with Termidor with no issues.  It would be advised to treat as you stated, Termidor outside and Alpine foam inside the structure. 

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06/24/2012 Raymond

QHow does Alpine Ant&Termite; Foam compare to D-Foam for carpenter ants in wall voids?
I currently use D-Foam with success but am always open to better alternatives.

AIt is always our opinion "if its not broken, don't fix it". If you are having success with D-Foam we recommend you stick with it. Still if you want to try something else we would be happy to offer a side by side comparison. D-Foam has the active ingredient Deltamethrin which offers a fast knockdown and a long lasting residual. D-Foam does not however spread back to the nesting area, it will only eliminate carpenter ants that come into direct contact with treated areas. Alpine Ant and Termite Foam on the other hand contains Dinotefuran and comes from a new line of Reduced Risk Non-Repellent products. Non-repellent products are un-detectable to insects and have a transfer effect which means there is a delayed reaction to the active ingredient allowing the insecticide to spread throughout a colony. Non-repellents can take several weeks to kill an insect. Both products have excellent feedback from our customers who have used them for carpenter ant infestations.

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06/02/2011 Carolina

QWhen using Alpine Foam around the perimeter of a home for carpenter ants, how often should you apply it?

AAlpine Foam is meant for treating ants inside the wall voids and small crack and crevice areas inside and around the outside of the home.  It is no meant to be applied around the perimeter of the home, like a spray.  Instead of using the foam inside cracks and crevices, and places where pipes enter the home every month, it would be much better to apply a product like Dominion 2L, which is applied out of a 1 gallon hand pump sprayer.  It is much easier to take care of ants by spraying a larger area that ants can crawl over easily near the house instead of treating each individual crack around the house.  Also, the spray will last 60 to 90 days so it does not require as much treating as the foam.

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08/17/2015 Robert from Ossipee, Nh

QHow can I use Alpine Ant and Termite Foam for powderpost beetles with entrance holes the size of a ballpoint pen tip?
We have a major powderpost beetle infestation in an old maple floor. Lifting the floor boards is not an option.

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To apply Alpine Ant and Termite Foam to the holes you would need to drill the holes to make them larger.  This product is really not ideal for treating this way as it will not protect the flooring; it only treats what is active at the time for about 90 days.  A better option would be using Jecta, which can be used without drilling and will penetrate the wood better for protection and treatment.  The manufacturer can actually offer some great advice on using it in a syringe so that you do not have to drill.  Nisus can be reached at 800-264-0870.

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08/20/2015 Janette from Miramar, Fl

QIs Alpine Ant and Termite Foam harmful to humans if used indoors?

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Alpine Ant and Termite Foam is not harmful to humans when used as directed. It is designed to be applied into wall voids for ants and wood boring insects.

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