Let us increase the chance of detecting even the
slightest infestation of subterranean termites.
The answer is No. In fact, they are checking for sounds created by the subterranean termite. They create sounds to warn the remaining termites that there are intruders as such by detecting such sounds, service technician is able to tell whether there are infestation inside doorframes or suspected areas.
However this type of conventional method is difficult to detect slight infestation.
Find out more on T3i! It is the latest development in termite detection.
Nemesis, an Australian invented termite baiting system, designed to manage termite colonies in an environmental friendly way.
The baits are made of highly attractive wood cellulose with chlorfluazuron (Insect Growth Regulator) which affects the colony through its biology behaviours.
It will be installed to feed on active termites and share the baits with the entire colony. The colony collapse when the queen dies of starvation.
The System uses a number of above ground bait station and in ground stations to manage the colony.
Xterm, a termite baiting system by SUMITOMO CHEMICAL, designed to manage termite colonies in an environmental friendly way. The bait matrix is made of specially selected compressed cellulose. The active ingredient is a highly active, new generation of Insect Growth Regulator (IGR) that affects the moulting process of termites. It is virtually harmless to vertebrates.
Termite baiting system capitalizes on the natural behaviour of termites. As social insects, termites share their food in a process known as trophallaxis. This trait allows slow acting toxicants to be transferred through the colony. It is important that the action of the toxicant is slow enough to allow the termites to feed, travel back to their nest, and share before taking effect.
Regular inspections/spot treatment
We will conduct regular intervals inspection to your home/premise. Spot treatment on infested area will be conducted and 7 days later we will go back to follow up on treatment effectiveness. It is recommended for all landed properties to have at least a routine inspection on a regular basis. Landed properties owners tend to have higher chance of subterranean termites infestation as soil is directly underneath it.
It will be not possible for a built up house or building to tear down completely just to treat the soil. As such, this treatment is called post construction for houses or buildings that wish to treat for anti-termite. This involves coring/drilling at intervals at surrounding of house or buildings and injecting of 5 litres of termite solution to each hole and sealing it up with concrete and waterproofing cement. With the chemical barrier properly set up, we will be able to warranty the effectiveness for (5) five years.
Preconstruction anti termite or soil treatment
Soil treatment or Preconstruction anti termite treatment involves creating a chemical barrier underneath the house or building prior construction. The site area is treated with termite solution before the concrete slabs are laid on the ground. With the chemical barrier properly set up, we will be able to warranty the effectiveness for (5) five years.
Did you know that the roof beams in your attics are prone to termites, wood borers and other wood worms?
During the construction of your house, most roof beams are chemically treated against such wood worms before the installations. However, throughout the years, this chemical will eventually breakdown and provide no protection at all.
Let us help to renew the protection of your roof against termites and all wood damaging insects! You will be glad to know that we offer 2 years of warranty on our roof treatments and provide annual inspection to ensure your roofs are well protected.