Drilling and Injecting trees should be undertaken if there is activity in the tree. To determine the tree has termites the Technician will firstly inspect the tree.
External inspection as some species of termite eat the bark and form nests on the outside of the trees.
Internal Inspection as termite species nests can be found inside the tree and no evidence of them on the outside. To find out if there is termite activity in the tree the Technician then drills in strategic places to determine that they are present.
If activity is found then the Technician will treat the tree with Termidor.