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Termidor Termite Treatment

What Is Termidor?

Termidor is the first choice of pest control companies for subterranean termite control and now ant and general insect control. With its low odor and long lasting residual, Termidor is the pesticide of choice for tough termite control situations. Termidor is a low toxicity insecticide product that kills termites, ants and a variety of pests. It is mixed with water and applied to soil, building perimeters, wall voids and other areas where pests hide. Termidor is not to be used indoors, as a general surface spray, but can be applied under homes and buildings as a sub-slab injection, into wall voids as a foam application, or to posts, poles and wooden landscape ornamention for subterranean and drywood termite control.

The active ingredient in Termidor is Fipronyl and has shown to last over fourteen years in field research tests for subterranean termite control.

Termidor is unique. Only Termidor has the domino effect on termites and ants. Once termites and ants are exposed, they become infected and start to slowly die. Social insects such as termites and ants will interact with one another through feeding or grooming processes and infect each other for rapid control of entire termite colonies or nests. You can trust it to take care of the job with only 1-2 applications resulting in a huge savings in time and materials resulting from re-treatments with inferior products.


Termidor SC (Suspended Concentrate) is a liquid formulation for the control of termites, including subterranean, Formosan, and drywood termites, carpenter ants, and nuisance ant species such as Argentine ants, big-headed ants, odorous house ants, pavement ants, etc.



For years, the same non-repellent, undetectable technology that has made Termidor® the No.1 termite treatment, has also proven highly effective in controlling many species of nuisance ants. Now, Termidor is labelled for a broad range of other frequently encountered general pests, including: spiders, cockroaches, paper wasps, earwigs and millipedes.