Our Strategy to control termite
Treating an existing structure for termites requires numerous steps.
Identifying activity & potential problem areas
Formulating a treatment plan
Communicating treatment options with the customer
Performing the treatment
Quality control follow-up
- Use qualitative equipment during termite control/termite treatment services
Drilling for termite treatment
Drilling Treatment to the wall and floor junction. Holes of 12mm diameter 18-24 inches apart will be drilled along the inner junction of the wall and floor at depth of 6” on the entire ground and 4” on the first floor premises.
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4 to 6 liters of FIPROMITE solution will be injected under pressure into these holes to create a barrier against termites. If heavy infestation is noticed on the 2nd and above floors, the same treatment will be carried out on that particular floor. The technology of non-repellents such as Fipromite 50 SC is an advancement over other termite insecticides. For many years, the traditional method of controlling subterranean termites was to apply a liquid pesticide, known as a termiticide, to the soil. This chemical treatment relied on the application of a chemical barrier around and beneath the structure designed to block all possible routes of termite entry. Any termites attempting to penetrate through the treated soil were either killed or repelled.
Termite Treatment to Wooden Fixtures
Holes of 0.8mm diameter will be drilled at the base of wooden fixtures such as window frames and door frames adjoining the flooring and FIPROMITE solution will be injected. This treatment will be carried out on all floors (except basements/Terrace). Termiticide will be sprayed on all the woodwork infested by the termites within the premises. Special care will be taken in case furniture is attached to the wall as the termites can easily attack them. Drilling will be carried out at the base of all such fixtures and FIPROMITE solution will be injected. However, it must be emphasized that spot treating the wood is not a complete termite treatment in that it will not stop the termites from attacking the wood in other areas.