We tend to seek D.I.Y. (Do-It-Yourselves) methods on various occasions and home needs such as self-fix home renovation or furnishing to save on cost. Painting, carpentry and even pest control for termite problems to list a few. Addressing termite infestation by yourself is not only time-consuming but also risky as the treatments may impact on the safety level, chemical has effects on your health and environment coupled with its complexity level.
Addressing termite infestation by yourself is not only time-consuming but also risky as the treatments may impact on the safety level, chemical has effects on your health and environment coupled with its complexity level.
Liquid termite insecticides are injected in the ground to serve as a treatment barrier. Homeowners may not have access to the tools and equipment and the know-how to determine what space interval, dosing level and amount to inject into each hole. Beware of also drilling into cables and wiring, thus professional pest control uses coring machine to detect such presences.
Termite baits are insert into the soil or attached on the wall for luring and control purpose. While these baits may be available in the market, users may not know how to observe the termite activity through these baits and traps or potentially could place at the wrong location due to the inability to detect termite activities accurately.
Licensed pest management specialists comply with strict local and state regulations in delivering termite control solutions, and undergo stringent quality control in order to ensure adequate and quality protection for your home and your family.
Positive reasons why you can treat termites by yourself:
Although a single termite doesn’t seem too intimidating, termites come in colonies that may house thousands if not millions of termites that can cause significant damage to your home in the long run. Find out how are termite infestations treated professionally.
What’s more? Termites travel upwards and sideways and nest deep within a structure or underground, D.I.Y. methods may not be able to reach them and contain the problem. Worst of all, as compared to other visible pests such as ants and cockroaches, termites are less visible.
A special detecting device may be required to locate these termite activities to avoid treating non-infested area or treating a surface problem only. Read here to find out more on how termites look like.
Choose Rentokil for professional, proactive pest management. We work diligently to get rid of your termite infestation problem to ensure a safe and healthy environment for you. Inspect your home early and call us at (65) 6347 8138