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Will Termite Treatment Kill Other Bugs?

Termite treatments are made up of some of the pest control industry’s most advanced formulas. For this reason, some termite treatments are known to be effective in controlling other types of pests. Termite fumigation in particular is known to effectively kill off other insects.

Because so many invasive pests can be controlled with fumigation methods, many homeowners will be happy to know that any pest in the home will be eliminated through this technique. Liquid termiticides are also highly effective in controlling other insects in or around the home.

Does Fumigation Kill Other Pests?

Fumigation is typically saved for termite infestations, but it will work to control other pests or insects as well. While different dosages of fumigates are required for different pests, termite fumigation is known to kill some of these other bugs:

Do Liquid Termiticides and Bait Stations Kill Other Pests?

Liquid termiticides can kill a number of other insects including beetles, boxelder bugs, centipedes, cockroaches, crickets, earwigs, flies, silverfish, spiders, ticks, and wasps. It also works to provide control for acrobat ants, carpenter ants, odorous house ants, and others. Bait stations are typically formulated specifically for termites but may be able to kill carpenter ants as well.

Are Termite Treatments Dangerous for Dogs and Cats?

When administered safely by a professional, termite treatments are safe for pets. Always take your pets with you if you need to vacate your home for treatment, and make sure to keep them away from treated areas well after the treatment is complete. Your professional termite exterminator will let you know what precautions to take before and after the treatment.

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