Termites Control

Termites have the ability to cause structural devastation if they are not managed properly. While there are some visible indicators that there is an infestation, it often takes a trained individual to fully assess the damage and determine the best course of action.

 At ETS, we provide both preventative and eradication services depending on your specific circumstances and have the ability to treat residential and commercial properties.

Our termite policy will protect your home from Formosan and Subterranean termites and each ETS plan offers a warranty to provide you with the best coverage.

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Termites are incredibly destructive. There are certain steps that can be taken prior to the construction of a building to help prevent a future infestation. A treatment should be applied to the soil in the earliest stages to pave the way for later work that occurs in various stages.


Stage 1: Before the ground slab is constructed, the base layer of soil will be treated with a chemical emulsion at a rate of 1-2 liters per squire meter before any concrete is poured or sub-grade is laid. This concentration of the chemical is lethal to termites.


Stage 2: After the horizontal barrier of the top surface of the plinth, the next step is to treat the consolidated earth plinth with the chemical emulsion at a rate of 2-4 liters per square meter before the sub-grade is laid and creates a horizontal barrier that acts as a repellant to termites.

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Post Construction

Termites are capable of causing destruction to various structures. For buildings that have already been constructed, there are certain measures that can be taken to help protect against termite damage.

ETS technicians have extensive experience with termites and understand what types of environments they thrive in. By treating the foundation or wooden structures with pesticides harmful to termites, you can help prevent future infestations.

Depending on the type of termite in your area, the areas targeted may differ.

Trenches may be dug or a monitoring system can be installed to help detect when an infestation is beginning.

Early detection can help prevent extensive damage and reduce overall costs.

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