Anti Termite Treatment

The Life Cycle of Termite
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Harborage Of Termite

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Movement of Termites in Building

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Formation Of Mud Tunnels

Picture5 Picture6In this stage only, we come to know that there is termite infestation. This stage normally reaches after 2 to 3 years of harborage of termites beneath the building. By this time majority of the wooden door frames, other woodworks etc would be damaged by 85%. (Termites can finish any wood, paper, textiles even laterites)


Visible Damages

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This is what we see while opening up the infested area.


Chemical approach against termite attack

In chemical approach, we create a barrier between the earth and the building, there by arresting the entry of termites into the building.

It is done either in preconstruction stage or post construction stage

Pre Construction Treatment


Post construction treatment

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Making holes of 18” deep and 12mm diameter at an angle of 45 degree to floor and filling with emulsion- minimum 250 ml per hole or till it does not sock further and up to a maximum of 1 liter per hole. Then sealing with cement.


Where to and What to Check

Have you observed any of the following lately?

  • Wood that sounds hollow when tapped.
  • A temporary swarm of winged insects in your home or from the soil around your home.
  • Any cracked or bubbling paint or frass (termite droppings).
  • Mud tubes on exterior walls, wooden beams, or in crawl spaces.
  • Discarded wings from swarmers.