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Woodworms are not actually worms at all, but instead are the larvae of several common beetles, all of which dine on wood. As such, woodworm treatment must involve not only getting rid of larvae, but adult beetles that lay eggs as well. This is a two-fold process that involves careful attention to detail in order to completely get rid of the problem. DIY methods tend to eliminate either larvae or adult beetles but not both, meaning the cycle continues long after treatment is completed.
Average woodworm treatment costs will depend on how severe an infestation is and where larvae are located. Larvae are sometimes found in difficult-to-access areas such as floor joists, rafters or walls, which could require exterminators to bore into their surfaces. More than one treatment may also be needed, depending on the type of beetle responsible. The price of extermination should always include a follow-up inspection to ensure the problem has been completely eliminated.
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Q. What types of woodworm treatment are there?
A. There are three common woodworm treatment options. The standard treatment involves using long lasting, water based insecticides on all infected wood; oil or solvent based insecticides which can be used depending on the type of wood and beetle; and electrical treatments which are used to kill the adult beetles before they can lay eggs. To discover which treatment option is best for you, itís a good idea to talk to a woodworm treatment specialist.
Q. What chemicals should be used during woodworm treatment?
A. Any chemicals used to treat woodworms should be low-odour formulas that are accredited by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). Using low-odour micro-emulsions will ensure your home is safe to inhabit in only one hour after treatment is performed. You could need to vacate for up to 48 hours if high solvent chemicals are used instead.
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