Termite detection is often difficult, so we recommend getting professionals from Brantley Termite & Pest Control to investigate if you think your home or business has this type of infestation. Since termites have a natural inclination to remain hidden, fumigation is often the chosen course of treatment.
Our Pest Fumigation Process
Inspection of Infected Area
In order to make it easier for our pest removal company to identify the best course of action, a thorough inspection of your home or facility takes place. We identify the termite species as well as the possible extent of the problem.
Before we can get to work, the building must be properly prepared. This task involves removing nearly everything in the home or business for the next full day and up to three days to avoid contamination.
Pest Fumigation Treatment
Our staff places oversized tarps over the exterior of the home, covering it in its entirety. Next, Vikane gas is pumped into the home for the purpose of killing the termites. The tarps (tents) are used to help the Vikane to penetrate deeply into the wooden areas of the building where termites are congregating. Our certified specialist is responsible for breaking the seal on the gas to release it.
The tarps remain on until our employees determine that the termites have been exterminated. At this point, the airtight seal is broken by our certified specialist and the tarps are removed. At this point you will receive notice that it is time to return to your building.