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Anti Termite Treatment

Anti Termite Treatment

TermiteTermites are among the most damaging structural pests in India. Commonly known as white ants, they devour large amounts of wood and all other materials that contain cellulose. Although some structures are more prone to termite attacks, every house is susceptible to a potential termite infestation.

Noticeable signs of active infestations cannot be found very easily, perhaps you probably won't notice termites activities, because they feed from inside. Traces of termites include fallen wings, the wood (door, beams, wooden flooring) that sounds empty when tapped, cracked or bubbling paint and termite droppings that look like sawdust (powder).

Termites feed on cellulose-based material that includes wood, books, boxes, furniture and drywall. And termites can channel hundreds of feet through the soil or damage complete wooded materials until severe damage is done. Expertise anti termite treatment service is the best way to eliminate these pests and truly protect your property. By calling us, you can be assured that your home will be serviced using the most modern materials and strategies available, and by a trained, experienced Termite Control Technician.

Termite AttackOur termite control methods have a minimal impact on other beneficial soil fauna and will not spoil groundwater levels. Termite disinfestation is done by creating a treated zone around the perimeter and sub-floor of a premise. As termites tunnel through the treated zones in search of food, they are exposed to a very effective termiticide. This insecticide is not only ingested, but also adheres to the termites' bodies. The affected termites then spread the chemical to other termites through physical contact. Within a few weeks, the entire termite colony is destroyed, and you have guaranteed protection for years.

Pre Construction Anti termite Treatment Service

Pre-Construction Anti-termite Treatment1. The first and the most important part is the site preparation. The removal of trees, stumps, roots etc. from the site reduces the chances of an attack by the termites.

2. The sides and bottom surfaces of the foundation trenches and pits are treated with chemicals.

3. The backfilled soil of the built up wall is treated. The chemicals are directed towards the masonry surfaces so that the earth in contact with such surfaces is well treated with chemicals.

Pre-Construction Anti-termite Treatment 4. The top surface of consolidated earth within support walls is treated with chemical emulsions.

5. The treatment of wall and floor junctions is done to ensure continuity in the vertical chemical barrier.

6. The earth on the external perimeter of the building will also be treated to ensure maximum protection.

Post Construction Anti termite Treatment Service

Post-Construction Anti-termite Treatment1: Treatment to wall and floor junction : Holes of 12mm diameter 18-20 inches apart will be drilled along the inner junction of wall and floor at depth of 6''on the entire ground and 4" on the first floor premises. Termiticide solution will be injected under pressure into these holes to create barrier against termites. If heavy infestation is noticed on 2nd and above floors the same treatment will be carried out on that particular floor.

2: Treatment to wooden fixtures : Holes of 12mm diameter will be drilled at the base of wooden-fixtures such as window frames and doorframes adjoining the flooring and termiticide solution will be injected. This treatment will be carried out on all floors (except basements/Terrace). An oil-based termiticide will be sprayed on all the woodwork infested by the termites within the premises. Special care will be taken in case furniture attached to the wall as the termites can easily attack them. Drilling will be carried out at the base of all such fixture and termiticide solution will be injected.

Post-Construction Anti-termite Treatment3: Treatment to termite tubes : Visible shelter mud tubes are first sprayed, to control the existing movement of termites. The mud tube will be then removed and treatment will be given to the infested area.

4: Treatment along the external perimeter of the building: Trenching or drilling holes of 12mm diameter 12 inches apart along the external walls of the building at depth of 1ft. will be carried out to create a chemical barrier/killing field around the building. All the drilled holes will be sealed. If the building is on stilt, holes will be drilled only along the column side at ground level. If there is loose earth around the walls of the building, rodding will be done on every ft. adjacent to the external surfaces of the foundation wall up-to a depth of 500 mm from the ground level. If building is surrounded by garden, the treatment shall be carried out to soil, which is in immediate contact with the building.

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