eliminating drywood termites
We have found evidence of drywood termites in one wall of our house. So far we've had 2 inspectors take a look, they both agree it's drywood termites, and both say we should have the house tented. Is this really the only solution for drywood termites? We haven't seen evidence of termites elsewhere in the house. I know tenting will be a huge project for us, both in time and expense, but both companies dismissed any sort of spot treatment options.
(We are in Northern California, if that makes a difference)