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Todd from East Point, Ga writes,

Is it necessary to trench in crawl space if I trenched exterior and used Dominion 2L in ground?

We trenched the entire exterior and used Dominion 2L. I don't think it is possible to trench in crawl space....any other options to protect the house/kill termites in sill plates? I was thinking about injecting foam into sites where we find soft wood. I have some Dominion left, can I inject that? If so, how? Thank you!


If you have used Dominion 2L, and you are able to trench inside the crawl space, you should do so. You should also trench around any piers under the house that have contact with the soil. You can apply Dominion 2L as a liquid or as a foam into areas of active infestation to spot treat. Keep in mind that damage without any live termites could be old and no longer an active site.

Answer last updated on: 06/09/2015

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