Termite Managment

Protection against sub-terranean Termites: The principle of the treatment is to create a continuous chemical barrier below the wooden fixture and the structure to deny entry to subterranean termites into the building.

Treatment to the wall and floor junction: Holes of 12mm dia 30 cms apart will be drilled along the inner junction of wall and floor in the entire ground floor premises. Water based chemical emulsion will be injected under pressure into these holes, to create a barrier against termites.

Treatment to soil under Floor: On the ground floor, if the cracks are noticed because of construction joints, expansion joints or shrinkage, the soil below floor needs to be treated. Holes of 12 mm dia 30 cms apart will be drilled along the cracks only and water based chemical emulsion will be injected.

Treatment to wooden fixtures : Holes of 12 mm dia will be drilled at the base of wooden members such as window frames, door frames inset in the flooring and water based chemical emulsion will be injected .

Treatment to the termite tubes: Visible and accessible shelter mud tubes will be removed and infested area treated with water based chemical emulsion.

Treatment along external perimeter of the building: Trenching or drilling holes along the external walls of the building (Similar to the stage-01 mentioned above) will be carried out to create a continuous chemical barrier around the building. (All the drilled holes will be sealed and made good using cement.)