Termites primarily feeds on wood, damages walls, sanitations, tanks, insulation, filtration systems and more. Negligence will bring a whole loss to your property.

Not necessary, in 90% of situations, it is not necessary to leave your house at all as we use mainly suspension chemicals which are harmless to human beings and are not oilbased.

Signs of infestation are earthen (mud) tubes extending over foundation walls, support piers, walls, trees, sill plates, floor joists, etc. • The mud tubes are typically about the diameter of a pencil, but sometimes can be thicker. • To help determine if an infestation is active, the tubes may be broken open and checked for the presence of small, creamy-white worker termites. • If a tube happens to be vacant, it does not necessarily mean that the infestation is inactive; termites often abandon sections of tube while foraging elsewhere in the structure. • Rippled or hollow traces behind wall coverings can also be indicative of termites tunneling underneath. • Sometimes there will be no visible indication that the home/premises are infested. Termites are cryptic creatures and infestations can go undetected for years, hidden behind walls, floor coverings, insulation, and other obstructions. Termite feeding and damage can even progress undetected in wood that is exposed because the outer surface is usually left intact. • Finally, confirmation of infestation often requires the keen eye of an experienced termite inspector.

Ridding termites requires special skills. Knowledge of building construction is needed to identify the critical areas where termites are likely to enter. Many of these potential points of entry are hidden and difficult to access. Termite control also utilizes specialized equipment such as masonry drills, pumps, large-capacity tanks, and soil treatment rods. A typical treatment may involve many liters of liquid pesticide, known as a termiticide, injected into the ground alongside the foundation, beneath concrete slabs, and within foundation walls. In short, termite treatment is a job for professionals.

Soil-applied liquid termiticides have been around for decades. Their purpose is to provide a long-lasting chemical barrier that excludes termites in the ground from entering buildings. We use IMIDACLOROPID 30.5 SC — the chemical approved by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).

Subterranean termite colonies may contain hundreds of thousands of individuals, foraging in many different directions. For the homeowner, localized or “spot” treatments are generally a gamble. We do not provide guarantee for spot treatment, whereas we provide guarantee for full treatment only.

All liquid termiticides are supposed to control termites for at least three years when applied according to label directions. The actual length of control on a given structure will depend on such factors as thoroughness of the application, environmental conditions, and density of termites in the area. If termites swarm again and continue to be a problem the year after treatment, it’s usually not from degradation of the termiticide — but because termites have found an untreated gap in the chemical barrier.

We use proven and approved chemical by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).which are tested extensively for adverse effects on health. Based on the current body of knowledge, registered termiticides pose no significant hazard to humans, pets or the environment when applied according to label directions. Despite the negligible health risk from a properly performed termite treatment, people with persistent concerns should consult their physician. Most of our liquid products have essentially no odor and are suspension chemicals.

Unlike other services such as plumbing or electrical work, termite control involves living creatures. The best treatments performed by us may fail at times, when termites find their way through tiny, untreated gaps in the soil or wall. While the intent is to establish a continuous, impenetrable chemical barrier, this is all but impossible to achieve in actual practice. We will return and retreat affected area(s) at no additional charge under guarantee period.

Chemical extermination is generally priced on square feet, based on your area, the customized cost will be provided.


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