Termite Treatment Duration Statistics

The average termite treatment duration is typically between 1 to 3 days.

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"Subterranean termite treatment generally lasts for at least five years but can last up to 15 years, depending on the type of treatment,"

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"Termidor, a chemical treatment for termites, stays in the soil for around 10 years,"

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"Most termite baits need to be checked every 1 to 3 months,"

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"Premise 2 termiticide treatment can last as long as 5 years,"

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"Fumigation treatment for drywood termites can last up to a week,"

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"Termites can chew through wood treated with Bora-Care within 6 months to 2 years,"

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"Altriset termite treatment can last up to 9 years in the soil,"

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"Professional termite control treatment can be effective for 5-10 years,"

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"Trenching and rodding termite treatments can take up to 2 days,"

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"It often takes 2-3 months to eliminate a termite colony with bait stations,"

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"Termite heat treatment can kill termites in less than 33 minutes,"

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"Cold termite treatments can kill termites in about 5 days when exposed to -20 degrees Celsius,"

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"The average retreatment period for a liquid termite treatment is 5.7 years,"

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"Most termite treatments come with a one to five-year guarantee period,"

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