Termite Treatment

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Termite Treatment information

Our Pest control Govt License 

Certificate No - 22EQJS54

24 hrs Dedicated Call centre

Termite treatment Steps

Inspection & 
of Site

( Holes of 1.4 cm at Skirting level , 1.5 feet apart )

(Chemicals is infused in the Holes)

Holes are sealed with White / Putty cement.

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Type of Termite

• Dampwood Termites: infest wood with a high moisture content and usually infest felled timber, dead trees, and stumps.

• Drywood Termites : live within wood, and have adapted to survive with very little water.

Eastern Subterranean: Termites are serious economic timber pests, costing homeowners and building owners as much as $5 billion annually.

Formosan Termites: are more likely to be found in developed or urban areas, rather than rural areas.

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How will I know that my house is infested with termites?

1. Visible swarmers: Swarmers are winged termites that emerge from their colonies in the spring and summer months. If you see swarms of termites flying around your house or near windows and doors, it's a clear indication that there's an active termite colony nearby.
2. Discarded wings: After the swarmers mate, they shed their wings, which can be found near windowsills, doors, or other entry points. If you find piles of wings around your home, it's a sign that a termite colony has settled in your area.
3. Mud tubes: Subterranean termites build mud tubes to provide themselves with moisture while they travel between their colony and food sources. You might see these tubes extending from the ground or foundation up to the wooden structures of your house.
4. Wood damage: Termites feed on wood, so if you notice hollowed-out or damaged wood around your home, it could be a sign of a termite infestation.
5. Clicking sounds: If you listen closely, you may hear clicking or rustling sounds coming from your walls or wooden structures. These sounds are made by soldier termites, which are the defenders of the colony.

Termite treatment process

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Termite for 1 BHK Flat

Rs 2999/- 


Termite for Kitchen

Rs 1599/-


Pre Construction

Rs 10000/-


Termite for Home

Rs 5999/-


Termite spray

Rs 1399/-


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Head office 

Babuganj Land mark- Maurpankhi Ghat, Jagannath Ghat Ln, Chinsurah, West Bengal 712103

Branch office :

1/12 A, Nehru Colony, PO, Regent Park, Kolkata, West Bengal 700040

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Frequently ask question

1. What are termites?

Termites are small, pale, soft-bodied insects that feed on wood and other cellulose-based materials. They are commonly known as "white ants" due to their pale color and ant-like appearance.

2. How do I know if I have a termite infestation?

Some signs of a termite infestation include: hollow-sounding wood, mud tubes on exterior walls, discarded termite wings, and termite droppings (which look like small piles of sawdust).

3. Can I control termites on my own?

While there are do-it-yourself termite control methods available, it's typically recommended to seek the assistance of a professional termite exterminator. They have the experience, tools, and knowledge to effectively eliminate termite infestations.

4. How long does a termite treatment last?

The duration of a termite treatment depends on the specific treatment method used and the severity of the infestation. Most treatments provide protection for several years, but it's important to schedule regular inspections to ensure continued protection.

5. Are termite treatments safe for my family and pets?

Professional termite treatments are typically safe for humans and pets when applied according to label instructions. However, it's important to follow any safety precautions recommended by the exterminator, such as avoiding the treated area for a certain period of time.

6. What are some preventative measures I can take to avoid termite infestations?

Some preventative measures include: reducing moisture around the home (such as fixing leaky pipes), storing firewood away from the home, keeping gutters clean and free of debris, and sealing any cracks or openings in the foundation.

7. How much does termite treatment cost?

The cost of termite treatment varies depending on the size of the infestation, the treatment method used, and the location of the home. It's recommended to get multiple quotes from termite exterminators to compare prices.

8. Can termites cause damage to my home's foundation?

Yes, termites can cause significant damage to a home's foundation if left untreated. It's important to address any termite infestations as soon as possible to prevent costly repairs in the future.

9. How often should I have my home inspected for termites?

It's recommended to have a professional termite inspection performed annually. However, if you live in an area with high termite activity, you may want to consider more frequent inspections.

10. What should I do if I find termites in my home?

If you suspect a termite infestation, it's important to contact a professional termite exterminator as soon as possible. They can provide a thorough inspection and recommend the best treatment options for your specific situation.

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