ANTI TERMITE TREATMENT:
Termites are insects, which mostly feed on dead plant matter like woodchips, decayed wood (logs), leaf litter, and soil. They are sometimes called “white ants” but they are only distantly related to ants.
As Termites mostly live underground and in the walls of your home, you are unlikely to see the termites themselves. But we can identify the presence of termites by looking at the below mentioned signs:
Since some of these signs are difficult to detect, we recommend regular inspection by a pest-control professional.
How does XPCS work’s on controlling Termites:
- Pre- Construction Anti Termite Treatments
- Post – Construction Anti Treatments
Pre-construction termite treatment: With the help of a pre-construction termite treatment service from XPCS, you can move in peacefully to your new home or office, knowing your premise is now protected from termites. The process involves the use of pneumatic spray nozzles to render a water-based termiticide at the site before it gets covered with concrete slabs.
Our post-construction termite treatment is done on existing buildings to proactively and intensively protect the property against termite infestation. The treatment involves the detection of termites using liquid pesticides, drilling holes at skirting level on the walls, and injecting liquid termiticide in them by trained technicians. The liquid barrier pesticide treatment carried out by XCPS is one of the safest and most effective solutions for post-construction termite control.
The pesticide once injected into the ground, forms a barrier between the soil and the building structure. As termites tunnel through the ground in search of food, they get exposed to this solution, which not only gets ingested but also sticks to their bodies. This active ingredient then spreads to other termites in the colony through contact with the affected termite.
The first pest control service in the country by keeping abreast of the latest developments and use only those chemicals which are approved by WHOPES and EPA.
Termites can even infest a house structure before it's finished, so if you move into a new home.
Take advice on our professional termite treatments for your home or business, which can control an existing problem and prevent future infestations.