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Welcome to Reef2Reef.
Tenting and fumigate is a very effective treatment for Termite.

If I am you I would take the tank down and board your fishes and corals
with a friend, or LFS then reset up.
How big is your tank?

You can isolate the tank and provide ventilation for it. However, I think this would lessen the effectiveness of the termite treatment.
 
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Welcome good to have you on board!

Come check out the build thread and get inspired!
 
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Welcome to R2R. Sorry to hear about your problem. I would guess that the only sure way to keep the tank safe is get it out of the house until house is fixed. Maybe a friend, neighbour or relation would help. Hope it all goes well. Lots of knowledgeable and helpful people here who will support and advise you when needed.
 
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