Will Termite Treatment Kill Other Bugs?

Will termite treatment kill other bugs in Indiana and Illinois; Anderson Pest SolutionsTermite treatments are comprised of some of the pest control industry’s most advanced and effective technology. Because of the strength, certain termite treatments have been known to affect pests or insects other than termites.

Liquid termite treatments and bait stations contain a strong formula that is very successful in killing off termites. In some instances, they can also kill off other pests, including ants and beetles. Some termite treatments, however, are formulated to work against termites and should only be relied upon for such.

Can Termiticides Control Other Pests?

A lot of termite treatments are formulated specifically for wood-destroying insects. However, due to their strength, some termite treatments may affect other pests or bugs present in the home or around the yard. Liquid termiticides and bait stations have been proven to be occasionally effective against these other pests as well:

Can Liquid Termiticides And Baiting Systems Kill Other Insects?

Liquid termite treatments have a strong formula that can work against many other types of pests: beetles, boxelder bugs, centipedes, cockroaches, crickets, earwigs, flies, silverfish, spiders, and a number of ant species. This is due to the strength of the formula. Bait stations may not be as effective against other types of pests. Bait stations work to kill carpenter ants, but not much else, because the formula is specifically made for wood-destroying insects.

Are Termite Treatments Dangerous For My Dogs or Cats?

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. Once the treatments have dried or been secured, they are completely safe. Termite treatments are formulated to be effective about insects only.