Better than Undetectable Liquids
Whenever a termite ingests or touches Termidor, it, in effect, becomes a "carrier", transferring Termidor to every other termites in comes in contact with. These termites in turn become secondary carriers, transferring Termidor to every termite they contact--and so on throughout the colony. Because Termidor is intentionally engineered to be slow-acting, termites have ample time to spread it throughout their entire population. This unique, spiraling process is called the "Transfer Effect" and it helps
Termidor deliver devastating results by that are unmatched by any other product, including other undetectables--100% control in 3 months or less.
Better than Older Liquids, too
Like many other termite control products, termidor is a liquid--but that's where the similarities end. Many older liquid termite controls are repellents, which termites can not only detect, but also take great pains to stay away from and circumvent. In fact, given the tiny entry gaps that termites are able to find and easily fit through, it is virtually impossible to maintain a secure chemical repellent barrier around your home. Since Termidor is undetectable, termites neither avoid it nor try to find a way around it--which is what puts Termidor in a far more effective league of its own among liquid termiticides. Termidor is not merely an effective termite control solution. It is truly in a class by itself. No other termite control product available today works the same way--and no other other termite control product works as well. Here's why: Termidor allows the termites to continue their routine and remain active long enough to transfer Termidor through mere contact with each other before they die. During monitoring, there's no transfer of termite control
product from one termite to another. Baits are effective ONLY through ingestion, which can't begin until termite activity is found and the termite control is added. The transfer of Termidor continues to secondary and tertiary termites (and their colonies) that have not been exposed to the Termidor-treated zone. A few worker termites are present in the monitoring station, but not enough to add the termite control just yet. Success. The termite populations have been controlled in 3 months or less with Termidor. Finally, there are enough termites for the termite control product to be added. Eventually the termites will eat the bait and recruit other termites to eat it.
TERMIDOR AND IT'S "TRANSFER EFFECT"
BAIT SYSTEMS AND "RECRUITING"
Better than Bait...without the Wait
Baits can take from many months to several years to control a colony. That's because many bait systems work by "recruitment", in which termites must first discover a bait station and then recruit sufficient colony members to it as well. Only then is the termite control product added to the station. Plus, there's no guarantee termites heading for or already in your home will find the bait ststaions at all. Termidor starts working immediately and provides 100% control in three months or less.