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TERMA CARE

TERMA CARE

The Ultimate Anti-Termite Treatment

This is the specialized Termite colony management Service. We provide 100% guaranteed satisfaction to customers. Our long term experience in the field accompanied with knowledge in termitology, professionalized service team and application of globally recognized termitcides are the core factors behind our success.

Pre-construction Termite control treatment

  • Treatment of the bottom surface and sides of the excavations made for column pits, wall trenches and basements.
  • Treat of the refill earth on both sides of all built-up walls and vertical surface of substructure.
  • Treatment of the entire leveled surface, before laying the floor.
  • Treatment of RCC framed structures with column and plinth beams and RCC basement.
  • Drenching the pipes, wastes and conduits entering the soil.

Post-construction Termite control treatment

  • By drilling holes in the concrete or masonry apron around the building at the junction of floor and walls, cracks, crevices, joints etc., and treating the same.
  • By injecting the pesticide in the walls and other parts of the structure.
  • By digging trenches along the external wall of building exposing the foundation wall surface and making rod holes.
  • By digging trenches of back fill earth.
  • For RCC framed structure by excavating trenches exposing the sides of the column and plinth beams and treating the back fill earth and the vertical surface of the structure.

Termites

Termites are the social insects living together in groups called colonies. Subterranean Termites are the most destructive termites in India. They build their nests underground and can also construct mounds that go above ground level. Mature colonies may consist more than 2 million individuals and the queens are capable of laying 30,000 eggs per day. Termite colony may exist for as long as 50 years.

termite-colony

Risks

Termites are hidden invaders, they can cause serious structural damage to buildings and significant damage to crops. Termites feed on anything consisting of cellulose such as wood, paper, clothes. In search of food, they also damage non-cellulosic materials such as rubber, plastic, nylon etc. their ability to conceal themselves provides the necessary time to considerable damage before they are discovered.