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Termite inspections are the best way to find out about an attack ASAP. You should get a termite inspection at least once a year.
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Our Post-Construction Anti-Termite acts as a barrier against damage caused by termites underground.
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There are several types of insects that feed on dead plant materials, the most common of which is the termite, which has the ability to digest cellulose. To reach wood or any other cellulose source, subterranean termites must first establish their colonies in the soil. They are the most destructive timber pest in the world, and their colonies are frequently found in soil. Subterranean termites will forage into dwellings from below the ground level all the way up to the highest point of the roof pitch in quest of nourishment. Termite damage can accumulate over time on door frames, kitchen cabinets, staircases, and timber flooring, and can be quite noticeable.
Termite damage indicators
Termite infestations are typically not noticeable until significant damage has occurred. They dwell in a dark, humid, and protected environment, which makes them extremely difficult to locate – at least until it is too late.
“Due to the fact that termites consume wood from the inside, detecting a termite infestation can be difficult, but there are certain telltale symptoms of their presence.
Here are a few common termite warning indicators
Tubes of mud and dirt on the wall- Subterranean termites construct shelter tubes out of mud, dirt, and other detritus in order to travel to and fro their food source without being detected. It is common to find these tubes, which are roughly the size of a quarter, on the outside and interior walls of a building that lead up to the entrance points.
Termite swarmers (flying termites) are common sightings. The presence of swarmers or alates is usually the first symptom of an infestation to property owners. Discarded wings left on windowsills and floors are another common sign. The similar and disembodied wings are sure evidence of an indoor termite swarm, even if they disappear swiftly once they’ve selected their mating mate.
Termites normally devour woods from the inside out, leaving a thin veneer of wood or paint behind. As a result, when you knock or tap on a termite-damaged region, it will sound hollow or papery because parts (or all) of the wood has been eaten away.
Door or window that doesn’t fit well or is hard to open: As termites eat wood, their excrement or “mud” creates a protective environment that traps heat and moisture. This causes wood to grow, making it more difficult to open or close the windows and doors that have been infested by termite.
Tunnels in the woods
Also referred to as ‘galleries,’ these tunnels are rather difficult to spot from the outside.
When dry wood termites consume wood, they frequently leave behind brown-colored and gritty faeces mounds. Typically, these faecal pellets are discovered beneath contaminated wood.
Termites can cause damage to laminate floors and even skirting boards. In some regions, affected flooring may blister and droop, and inspection beneath the flooring may reveal termite activity. Additionally, you might check to see whether your floor seems more spongy and springs more than usual.
Inspect internal walls for inexplicable cracks. Because termites feed on the cellulose found in wood within walls, noticeable fractures may indicate termite activity within.
Damage to the ceiling
Wooden ceilings, beams, architraves, and rafters in attics are just as susceptible to termite attack as wooden buildings placed closer to the ground. Damage to the floor – Termites can cause damage to the floor, walls, and ceilings of a home. Cracks in the ceiling and cornices should be looked for.
Damage to the foundation
The type of foundation on which your home is built has a significant impact on how easy it is for termites to get access to your home in quest of food. In spite of the fact that a large number of foundations currently are made of concrete – and that termites do not consume concrete – they are nevertheless capable of squeezing into any crevice inside these concrete blocks and from there obtain access to the floor joists, which are still composed of wood. Laying a chemical termite barrier beneath the concrete slab beneath the concrete slab will prevent termites from travelling through foundation gaps if you are building an addition. Due to the fact that wood foundations are still commonly used in the construction of homes with crawl spaces, it appears that these homes are at increased danger of destruction.
Termite infestation in your garden
Termites can do serious damage to your garden decking and wooden fence posts. Long-term damage could result in the building collapsing. This problem can be avoided by using termite-treated wood or metal posts. Termites can also harm trees, causing branches to break off.
Damaged Roof Tiles
Moisture entering your property through loose, cracked, or damp roof tiles is a common source of termite infestation. Broken roof tiles are a significant source of moisture, which will attract termites and allow them to get access to other areas of your house. As soon as they get inside, termites are able to move freely around a structure, attacking and eating away at wood components in all areas of the structure. To avoid your roof becoming a termite sanctuary, make it a routine to repair any damaged or waterlogged roof tiles on a regular basis.
Prior to any treatment, Indian Pest Management (IPM) undertakes a survey. Our termite expert will conduct a thorough inspection of all accessible areas for existing and/or potential termite infestations. For its inspection process, Indian Pest Management (IPM) employs cutting-edge technologies. Termatrac and Thermal Imaging Camera are termite detection devices that use moisture, thermal, and radar sensors to identify termites in areas not apparent to the naked eye.
A thorough yearly termite inspection performed by Indian Pest Management (IPM) provides the greatest defence against termites by detecting termite activity early and preventing significant damage to your property.
In order to schedule an inspection for free, please call us at +91 9897206206 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the cost of a termite inspection?
When it comes to termites, there is frequently no clear evidence that a structure is infected or susceptible to infestation to the untrained eye. If you’re searching for a local termite inspection, Indian Pest Management (IPM) offers a complimentary termite inspection to ensure you have all the facts before making a choice.
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Termites are especially annoying because they can do a lot of damage to your home or office and are notoriously hard to get rid of. Termites often live in places that are hard to get to, making it hard to get rid of them. It might not be possible to get rid of termites at the root level with do-it-yourself anti-termites like termite spray, especially if there are many termites in the area at the same time. Getting termite treatment from an expert pest control company is the best way to get rid of termites from your home and protect your valuables.
What is the best time to treat my property for termites?
Flying termites in the house or termites coming out of the foundation of a wall show that there is a termite infestation that needs to be treated right away. Some other signs of a termite infestation are mud tubes on the walls, hollow sounding woodwork, damaged wood / wooden furniture, and termite wings that have been thrown away. We also suggest that you keep an eye on your home and surroundings on a regular basis to make them less likely to become infested by termites. If you see termites or any other signs of termites, call Indian Pest Management (IPM) right away on 9897206206 or send us an email.
To get rid of termites, you need to follow these steps:
Indian Pest Management (IPM) provides both pre-construction and post-construction anti-termite treatments to safeguard your house and property from devastating termite invasions.
Post-construction Termite treatment: For homes and businesses that have already been built, our post-construction anti-termite treatment acts as a barrier against damage caused by termites underground. Indian Pest Management (IPM) does an expert inspection with TermatracTM, a new termite detection technology that uses RADAR sensors to find termites. This reduces the need for exploratory drilling at your home or business.
At Indian Pest Management (IPM), we only utilise termite treatment chemicals that have been licenced by the government. The use of this method assures a safe atmosphere throughout and after the termite treatment process. Indian Pest Management (IPM) provides a five-year guarantee for isolated structures/buildings, which implies that if a re-infestation occurs within the contract time, Indian Pest Management (IPM) will carry out a re-treatment at no additional cost. Additionally, we give a minimal clean-up service following the conclusion of the service. To schedule a service, please contact us at 9897206206.
Pre-construction termite treatment : Pre-construction termite treatment from Indian Pest Management (IPM) ensures that your new house or business is termite-free, so you can relax and enjoy your new space without worrying. A water-based termiticide is applied using pneumatic spray nozzles before it is coated in concrete slabs in this procedure. We provide a 10-year warranty on our pre-construction Anti-termite treatment, providing you piece of mind against termite invasions.
At Indian Pest Management (IPM), we only utilise termite treatment chemicals that have been licenced by the government. The use of this method assures a safe atmosphere throughout and after the termite treatment process. Indian Pest Management (IPM) provides a ten-year guarantee for isolated structures/buildings, which implies that if a re-infestation occurs within the contract time, Indian Pest Management (IPM) will carry out a re-treatment at no additional cost. To schedule a service, please contact us at 9897206206.
What exactly is involved in post-construction termite treatment?
After a building has been constructed, our post-construction termite treatment is performed to protect the structure from termite infestation in a proactive and thorough manner. Training specialists will use Termatrac to locate termites in the home before drilling holes at the skirting level in the walls and injecting liquid termiticide into the holes when they have been found. In terms of post-construction termite management, the liquid barrier termiticide treatment provided by Indian Pest Management is one of the safest and most effective options available on the market.
The termiticide creates a barrier between the soil and the building structure after it is injected into the ground. As worker termites dig into the ground in quest of food, they come into contact with this solution, which is not only consumed but also adheres to their bodies. Through contact with the sick termite, the active substance subsequently spreads to other termites in the colony.
What exactly is involved in pre-construction termite treatment?
Pre-construction termite treatment, also known as Soil Treatment, is carried out during the preparatory stages of the construction of a building. The goal of pre-construction termite control treatment is to develop an anti-termite barrier beneath the building structure in order to defend against the damage caused by subterranean termites. As part of this treatment, the regions under and around the concrete foundation are exposed to a specialised solution that generates a termite barrier in order to have a long-term impact.
Why Indian Pest Management?
India’s leading pest control services and products brand, Indian Pest Management (IPM), delivers comprehensive pest management solutions to households and businesses in a variety of locales around the country. IPM is headquartered in Haridwar (Uttarakhand), India. Over 150,000 satisfied clients are served by us in India at the moment. Some of the main reasons why Indian Pest Management is preferred by households and businesses in India over other pest control companies are listed below.
We place a high importance on your safety as well as the appearance of your home. We provide long-term termite control solutions that offer you with peace of mind and long-term results while being cost-effective.
Compliance with industry standards – We contribute to the development of industry standards and treat exclusively with chemicals approved by the government (CIB).
A heritage of excellence- For over 15 years, we have been global leaders and pioneers in pest control.
Surveying done by experts using the most up-to-date equipment – Preliminary inspections with the most up-to-date tools and equipment.
Service delivery that is timely and efficient – Technicians who have undergone extensive training, verification, and certification.