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David from Atlanta, Ga writes,

How would I perform a soil drench treatment in my house is on a slope?

I would like to buy Dominion Termiticide to apply as a barrier around the house and set and forget (for 7 years at least). Several sides of my house has steep declining slopes against the house. What is the best method of trenching and applying to account for the slopes. I'm afraid that trenching 10ft then pouring the diluted mixture will run off. Thank you.


You can do the soil drench treatment by digging a 6x6 inch trench around the foundation and pour 2.4 fl oz of Dominion 2L into 4 gallons of water per 10 feet. With the sides of the house with the slope make sure you are doing a backfill method. With the backfill method you want to treat the soil that was removed when digging the trench before placing it back into the trench. If you need any more information about our performing a soil drench treatment you can look on our Termite Treatment guide 

Answer last updated on: 07/08/2015

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