Our Services

   

General Disinfestation/vector control.

Prophylactic/Surface Treatment.

Curative Treatment (Fumigation)

Termite Treatment.

Wood Borer Treatment.

Rodent Control.

Commercial Pest Management.

Weed Control

Birds Control.

Honey Bee Control.

Evaporation Control.

Sterilization Treatment

Tank Cleaning

Landscaping

Dairy/Poultry pest Management

Consultancy in warehousing.

   

Wood Borer Treatment

WOOD DESTROYING ORGANISMS

 

The most damaging animals that attack wooden structures are the termites. The beetles are the next most important group of insects, which attack wood on the basis of distinctive habits and the problem solving challenges the beetles rank near the top. There are 2 kinds

   

Those that will re-infest the wood they have emerged from until the wood can no longer be used and must be replaced.

 

Those that emerge from wood after it has been milled and installed for whatever use it was intended, but for one or another reason can not attack the same piece of wood again.

 

Third in importance, depending upon geographical locations, are the bees, wasps and ants.

 

There was an average of 82000 reports submitted by licensed Pest Control operators, subterranean termites were found in 43%, dry wood in 83%, wood rot in 21%, beetles in 2% and damp wood termites in less than 1%. In 41% of the inspections, faulty grade level was present, in 33% early wood contact was discovered and in 26% no infestation and no apparent conditions which could lead to an infestation were found.

 

WOOD DESTROYING INSECTS

 

Wood destroying organisms other than subterranean termite cause million of dollars in damage to wood product every year.

 

BEETLES DAMAGING WOOD

 
 

TRUE BEETLES DAMAGING WOOD- (Family Lyctidae)

FALSE BEETLES DAMAGING WOOD- (family Bostrichidae)

FURNITURE AND DEATHWOOD BEETLES – (Family anobiidae)

LONG HORNED BORER(Family cerambycidae)

FLATHEADED BORERS (Family Buprestidae)

BARK BEETLES – (Family scolytidae)

 

WASPS, BEES AND ANTS AS TIMBER PESTS

 
 

WOOD WASPS- (family – siricidae)

CARPENTER BEES- (family – Anthophoridae)

CARPENTER ANTS

 

SOURCES & CAUSES OF STRUCTURAL PEST PROBLEMS

 

 

Water and Moisture

Soil types, textures, depths and chemistry

Earth to wood contact

 

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