Photo by PoPville flickr user Joe Flood
I recently discovered a few termites (I knew there are never just a few) in the siding on the front of my row house. I called a pest remediation company who came out, said I had active termites, and my house would need to be treated.
The problem is, that because it’s a row house with no basement and only about 6 inches of crawl space underneath, they can’t treat the house in the normal way, so they wanted to drill holes in my hard wood floors all the way through the house. That doesn’t really work for me, so I’ve been trying to come up with a creative way to deliver the chemical they would have used (termidor) via the crawlspace. I’ve done a lot of online research, but cannot find any specific information on how a house is normally treated when there is no way to access the “sides” of the house.
Does anybody have any thoughts or idea, or any experience trying to treat for termites in a row house? For the record, it appears that my house is built on a series of brick columns for a foundation.”
From a press release: “The country’s leading Asian American nonprofits announced today the first-ever Unity March to take place on June 25, 2022, at the National Mall in Washington, D.C….
Thanks to John for sending: “First harvest from roof pots in Adams Morgan. A crookneck squash, a jalapeño, two poblano peppers and a bunch of pepperoncinis.” Please send your great…
photo by Eric Sidle “Dear PoPville, Tuesday I was walking my older dog near Logan Circle and met a guy walking his older Pitbull (with a very cool name) home…
Pinkie, Cathedral Heights “Pinkie is a very sweet 9 y/o companion cat that has been used to being around her person at all times. Sadly, Pinkie’s mom passed away and…