On the basis of their habitat, termites are divided into two types, namely (a) Subterranean or ground nesting termites, and (b) Non-subterranean or wood nesting termites having no contact with soil. The subterranean termites are most destructive and are mainly responsible for the damage caused in buildings. Typically, they form nests or colonies underground in the soil, near ground level in a stump or in other suitable piece of timber, and some species may construct a conical or dome shaped mound.
Termites work insidiously and before you know it, a lot of valuable furniture, woodwork and paper documents may be damaged irretrievably. We use approved termite eradication chemicals injected into points of entry leading to their nest. The toxic pesticides eliminate termites. In addition, the deep penetration techniques adopted by us result in termites not returning as the chemical barrier obstructs them. We carry out free assessment of your premises and recommend a line of treatment. Once termite control has been carried out, it should be followed up by regular maintenance to keep your premises and property safeguarded against future termite infestation.