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Termites are small but terrible pests. They have been known to cause substantial property damage everywhere in the world. In the U.S., termites cause over 5 billion dollars in property damage annually. Because they are barely noticeable in size, termite infestation and damage in your home can go unnoticed until it is too late.
Finding out more about them can help you detect and prevent them from causing costly damages to your home. Termites bear similarities to flying ants but instead of having 3 distinctive body parts, a termite only has 2. The most common signs of termite infestation are sawdust-like droppings (called “frass”), discarded wings, or mud tubes leading from the ground up the side of the foundation. Other visible signs may include cracked or bubbling paint and wood construction that sounds hollow when tapped. Check for termite colonies in wooden structures especially those that are moist and close to the ground.
If you see signs or suspect termite infestation in your home, and you feel that you need help with Termite Control in Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale or Miami FL, Call for a professional termite exterminator for help immediately. Our termite control professionals will determine and offer the type of treatment necessary for your termite problem considering the condition and your home’s construction, configuration and environment. Alfa J. Services can control and eliminate termite colonies in and around your home. Rest assured your Alfa J. Services, professionals will prescribe the options that will best meet your home’s needs and family lifestyle. When it comes to termite control, Florida residents can sleep with ease knowing that we offer effective termite control services.
Alfa J. Services can also treat with preventative termicides after fumigations are completed, giving maximum Drywood Termite protection.
Localized Drywood Termite treatment is best suited for small areas that are readily accessible. This treatment is typically used if infestation is detected very early or until a full treatment can be performed.
“No Tent” treatments involve treating current Drywood termite infestation, as well as applying termicide through out the structure to prevent or stop further spread of current infestation. Customers may stay in homes or business during “No Tent” treatment. Are also called Dusting in the Attics. No Tent treatments are best suited for townhomes and condos where Tent Fumigation is not possible, or small readily accessible infestations are present.
Tent Fumigation is the most effective Drywood Termite treatment. The Fumigants used in tent fumigation are gases in which leave no residual in home or on personal items after completed. Fumigants penetrate all areas of structure including areas otherwise inaccessible, such as: subflooring, framing, and stained or painted wood. Alfa J. Services can also treat with preventative termicides after fumigations are completed, giving maximum Drywood Termite protection.
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Pre constructional anti-termite treatment is a process in which soil treatment is applied to a building in early stages of its construction. The purpose of anti-termite treatment is to provide the building with a chemical barrier against the sub-terrain termites.