I had a palapa that was infested with termites. It was going to cost $400 to have it drilled and treated ($800 to have it tented and treated). So, needless to say, I tried it myself. I bought one can of the Alpine foam and drilled several holes in the palapa where i saw the termite holes and injected the foam. It's been over 3 weeks and i have yet to see any traces from the the termites. I still have half a can of left and i saved myself at least $375. I'm very happy
We found evidence of dry termites in the front door jamb of our home. I ordered Alpine Ant and Termite Foam and it was delivered in one week as promised by Customer Service. We drilled holes in the door frame and injected the termite foam. Be sure to hold the nozzle at the injection site firmly until the flow stops. You can possibly end up with lots of foam outside the wall if you remove the nozzle too quickly. Due to the extent of wood damage, I am having a professional termite company further inspect and repair / replace the door frame. The day of the inspection, the termite company found no active termites (3 days after I treated with Alpine). More information will be posted once the wall is opened and the inspector can see if the Alpine killed the active colony. So far, it appears Alpine is working. More to come.