Termite Proofing Treatment Procedure for Constructed Area

Treatment:

Controlling of all kinds of termites using only the approved insecticide by WHO (UN), EPA (USA), FDA (USA).

Method of Treatment:

  • Holes will be drilled in the ground inside the walls at every (5) Five feet distance.
  • The Solution will be poured in the holes in order to create a barrier inside around the walls and ground surfaces.
  • Holes depth will be 18 inches Maximum.
  • Dia of Holes will be 16 to 18mm.
  • Near Fixed wooden Structure, the distance of holes will be decreased, conditional to situation.
  • Near All door Frames 4 Holes will be managed.
  • 4 ml of the chemical will be diluted in 1Ltr of Water.
  • Approximately 2.5Ltr of Emulation will be indulged in 1 hole.
  • All holes will be suitably plugged after treatment.
  • In floor only spray will be done.
  • All fixed wooden structured will be sprayed.
  • The Solution will be Sprayed on all fix wooden structures such as wooden doors, window frames etc.

Warranty:

We will issue warrantee of Five (5) Years on our letter head, if you get problem under warranty inform us, complaint will be solved without any extra / hidden charges.

Be Careful:

All Chemicals remain effective in soil for 5 Years. But Nowadays Some Local Companies and Local Fumigator are giving warranty for more than 5 Years or 10 Years.
Our Question: How they can issue warranty for 10 years, when the chemical is effective just for 5 Years.

Before & After Servie Preparation:

  • Empty all those cabinets & cupboard which is affected by termite.
  • Cover all edible, electronic items, medicine & other sensitive things in roooms.
  • Close your area 4 Hours after service.
  • After that open your area & ventilate it & when smell is totally gone then your family member can go inside.

About Termite:

-There are Three Main Categories Of Termites.
-Dampwood Termite exist in trees, stumps and areas where timber is in contact with moist soil.
-Drywood Termite Mostly exist in dry wood where atmospheric moisture is often high.

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