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Easy to use plugs when drilling holes through concrete slabs during a termite treatment. Used to fill 1/2 inch drill bit holes. Also can be used to fill carpenter bee holes in wood. Plugs also come in 3/8" size.
|Dimensions:||1/2 inch wide x 3/4 inch long|
|Special Features:||3 seals|
|Shipping Weight:||0.11 lbs|
Easy to use plugs when drilling holes through concrete slabs during a termite treatment. Used to fill 1/2 inch drill bit holes. Also can be used to fill carpenter bee holes in wood.
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7 of 10 people found this review helpful:
By Mikey in Congers, NY on 04/18/2010
I tried to use the plastic plugs on 10 bee holes under my deck. I found that the bees were not given enough training to consistently create perfect 1/2" holes in the wood. These plugs could not be hammered into many of the holes. I ended up bringing a drill with a 1/2" spade bit outside. After not being able to get to some with the bit, I abandoned the plug theory and brought out my caulk king gun. That worked. It might help to taper the nose of these plugs to allow you to get it seated and then driving it home. They sound great in theory but were not consistently able to do what was advertised.
Thank you for your feedback. Some of the 1/2 inch plugs have not been working for Carpenter Bee holes. This has never been an issue until this year. For now, we'd recommend using the 3/8 inch plugs for carpenter bees, which seem to be working well for our customers. You can find the Trebor 3/8 inch plugs here.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Trebor Plugs a Great Deal in many ways!
By Batty in Scottsdale, AZ on 08/21/2011
I love these plugs and neither Lowes or Home Depot has them. Instead of plugging holes made in patio and/or other concrete areas around the house with concrete or cauk fillers which often don't match in color the T-plugs make holes look neat and uniform. All I have to do the next time I treat is drill through the Trebor Plug/retreat/re-plug so I keep a good supply on hand. I simply place the T-plug in the 1/2 inch hole and pound lightly until they a flush with stone surface.Ideal!. I've been using Dominion 2L to treat for termites and have been doing a very thorough job all the way around the house. This will save the cost of a hired treatment service every year or two by far. Thank you. I plan to keep ordering we needed.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Trebor Plugs - Excellent Product
By Barry in Baltimore, MD on 10/06/2010
I had to treat my home for termites by drilling hundreds of 1/2'" holes in my cinder blocks. I started filling the holes with mortar mix. The mix was falling out of my hands onto the basement floor. My hands were cramping from constantly trying to push mortar into the holes and it was a pain. I found these plugs which simply get tapped from a hammer and the hole is plugged! If future treatment is needed, I will push this plug through the block with a round chisel, retreat and install a new plug. These are well worth the money. Many hours of labor saved and no mortar to clean up! These plugs seal 100% of the hole. No need to worry about air infiltration.
Trebor Plastic Plugs 1/2" & 3/8"
By Diana in Jax, FL on 06/06/2016
I ordered the to fill bee holes but they were too large and was unable to use them. Went back to site and saw they had smaller ones. Ordered the 3/8" size and they fit perfectly. So if you want to fill bee holes, buy the 3/8" size. Well made and easy to install.
By Kevin in Berlin md on 04/17/2015
Mortar mix? Ha!!!!!! Never again!!!!! These plugs save an hour to two hours on every termite job!!! Fantastic product!
By Pierce in Gadsden, AL on 02/23/2015
I drilled holes across my porch for termite treatment and the plastic plugs were used to close the holes. They worked great and look better than filling the holes with concrete.
By Bruce in Montz, Louisiana on 07/17/2014
These plugs where an exact match for my existing plugs which you pretty much have to destroy when removing. I needed about 110 so I will have enough for the next time my exterminator has to remove them for the 5 year treatment.
By M in Kennesaw on 11/05/2013
Exactly what I ordered. Shipment arrived in a timely manner.
By Mike in Benton Harbor, MI on 10/21/2013
Item works well & help seal hole for less repairs. Ideal for its specific use or even indoor usage also
Excellent product, excellent price and excellent service
By Dan in Los Angeles on 09/17/2013
What more could you ask for? These little suckers work like a charm and allow you to re-drill down the road if you choose to re-treat the soil under slab foundations. Brilliant! Not to mention the EXCELLENT customer service at DMOPC (DoMyOwnPestControl). Kudos to you guys...glad we found you!
0 of 1 people found this review helpful:
High quality - work great!
By in San Diego, CA on 08/16/2013
Simple to use, great quality. I would definitely recommend them. I used these in concrete - after drilling 1/2" holes with a Hammer Drill and filling the termite resort under my garage with about 2 gallons of Termidor and water. The plug ends fit the hole and then won't go in much more until you tap them with a hammer. Once they are in, they are nice and snug. I tapped them in a bit more and then smoothed over the hole with some concrete epoxy. Perfect!
By Roberta in Ontario, CA on 03/25/2013
I really have not had a chance to use these yet. I did open the package and they seem very sturdy and to be of good quality. I purchased the pail of 250 x 1/2 inch plugs because I needed 150 plugs and the price for the pail of 250 for $24.99 vs. buying a 3 packages of 50 for $9.99 each was the best option. I'm glad I have extra in case I miscalculated the number of plugs I will be needing. The price is very reasonable and I was so happy to see that they offer free shipping. Shipping was very fast dispite that they are in Georgia and I'm in California. I am very pleased with this company and will continue to order from them as needed.
Exactly what the doctor ordered.
By A in Miami, FL on 11/19/2012
The plugs were exactly what I needed.....my only concern was the cost for 50 plugs that sure cost pennies to manufacture.
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09/14/2011 Steve from Kcmo
QWhat is the actual color of the trebor plastic plugs?
AThe Trebor plugs are dark grey.
03/17/2013 Mario from Chicago Il
QHow many 1/2 inch Trebor Plugs come in the package?
AYou can purchase the 1/2" Trebor plugs in packs of 50 and packs of 250.
03/26/2013 Diego from Charlotte, Nc
QCan Trebor Plugs be installed completely flush with a concrete slab?
I'm considering using them to cover drill holes in an interior slab then place sheet vinyl flooring over top, but I don't want to see indentions or protrusions in the flooring at the plug locations.
AThese plugs can be placed flush with the concrete but they are pretty soft and if pushed hard they can be pushed down too far which would make an indentation.
QWhat colors are available - looking for a light sand color Trebor Plastic Plugs
ATrebor Plastic Plugs are only available in gray that we sell.
04/26/2015 Bob from Kansas City
QCan the plugs be left in indefinitely?
Assuming I may have to redo the liquid treatment every 5-10 years, can the plugs be left in to avoid having to redrill?
ATrebor Plastic Plugs - 1/2 inch can be left in indefinitely.
07/20/2014 Lee from Orland,ca
QI am drilling slab under tub and using Termidor. What do I use plug holes?
AAfter drilling into slab after using Termidor SC, we have Trebor Plastic Plugs. There are various sizes, depending the size hole that was drilled. The most common size is the Trebor Plastic 1/2 inch plugs. There are also the Trebor Plastic 3/8 inch plugs as well. We also carry SDS Hammer Drill Bits in various sizes as well. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
03/29/2014 Mark from Annandale, Va
QCan these be used to plug drywall after drilling a hole to fill wall with insulation?
AThe Trebor Plugs are intended to plug holes in concrete slabs after a termite treatment and plug holes in wood following a carpenter bee treatment in wood. Unfortunately, we are unsure as to how well they will work to plug a hole in drywall.
06/01/2015 Griff from Atlanta, Ga
QHow do you remove the Trebor Plastic Plugs if you want to re-treat?
AYou would usually drill through the Trebor Plastic Plugs if you need to retreat and then use a new plug when you are finished.
01/23/2015 Shady from San Diego
QDo i eventually have to replace the trebor plugs with concrete or can i keep the plugs indefinitely?
As recommended, I drilled 1/2 inch holes every 12 inches. planning to add the termidor once I receive it. can I close the holes with trebor plugs indefinitely or should I close them with concrete?
AMost folks, will eventually seal up the holes with concrete. Trebor plugs work well to plug the hole to give enough time to make sure the treatment is done thoroughly. When used in concrete, it is best to seal the hole up with a concrete patch over time.