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Edward from Boca Raton, Fl writes,
05/23/2015:

How long after treatment before wood restoration can begin?

I have a couple fascia boards which were damaged by dampwood termites. The damage is limited, and the boards are not structural members, just cosmetic. An inch or so of one board was destroyed and must be rebuilt. I am planning to restore the damaged wood using a commercially available epoxy product. How long after I treat with Termidor Foam can I begin the restoration process? Thank you.

Answer:

If you used the Termidor Foam to eliminate a colony in there, and you know the entire colony is now dead, you can start the restoration process as soon as you would like. If the colony has not died off yet or you are not sure, make sure adequate time has been given to let the product work before starting the restoration process.

Answer last updated on: 05/24/2015

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