Termite control for drywood termite
Hello I have a cabin on my property that has termites (family: kalotermitidae). The termites are located in structural beams of the roof. The roof was improperly constructed and these beams were wet, rotten and apparently full of termites. The beams are being replaced with treated lumber and the roof is being re-done to reduce moisture. I am reading that for these types of termites (possibly dampwood rather than subterranean) the best treatment is simply to replace the wood. Does anyone know if insecticide treatments are recommended or necessary in my situation? Thanks!