Will Termite Treatment Kill Other Bugs?
The pest control industry’s top termite treatments use the most advanced technology to get rid of termites safely. In addition to being effective against termites, these treatments can occasionally work to get rid of other insects near or in the home as well!
Liquid termiticides and fumigation methods both contain a strong formula that effectively kills termites. Occasionally, they can also kill off other pests (such as ants, beetles, and more). Some termite treatments, however, are formulated to work against termites and should only be relied upon for such.
Can Termiticides Kill Other Pests?
The most commonly used termite treatments are formulated specifically for wood-destroying pests. Due to their strength, they can possibly affect other pests or bugs present in the home or around the yard.
Some of the pests known to be affected by liquid termiticides and fumigation include:
- Bed bugs
- Wood-boring beetles
- Pantry pests
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Do Liquid Termiticides and Fumigation Control Other Bugs?
Out of all termite treatments, liquid termiticides are concerned the most effective in controlling other pests. Some of the pests that have been known to be controlled by liquid treatment options include beetles, boxelder bugs, centipedes, cockroaches, crickets, earwigs, flies, silverfish, spiders, and many types of ants. Fumigation can similarly get rid of any other bugs or insects in the home at the time of the treatment.
Will Termite Treatments Affect My Pets?
When it comes to professional termite treatments, your family and pets are completely safe. Your trained exterminator will instruct you after treatment to keep pets away for a period of time. After this period, there is no cause for concern that your cats, dogs, or other pets will be harmed by any termite treatments.