The Method of Treatment: To stop and prevent the movement of termites from the ground, holes are drilled from inside your premises at the junction of the wall and the floor at an angle of 45 degrees. The holes are drilled along the side of the entire outer wall at approximately 500 mm (20 inches) intervals.
The insecticide is then poured into these holes to soak the masonry. If your premises are on the ground floor, the partition walls are also treated. The drilling operation is not carried out on the partition walls above the ground floor because the RCC slabs act as a mechanical barrier and the termites cannot penetrate them.
The woodwork in contact with the masonry in a building is particularly susceptible to termite infestation, such as door and window frames, wall panels, wardrobes, shelves, wooden cupboards, etc. Holes drilled at the base of the wall premise
Protective treatment for these areas is provided as follows:
Holes of diameter 12 mm (1/2" approx.) are drilled slanting towards the core of woodwork at a distance of 500 mm (20"). Insecticide is then poured into these holes. SB CPP (an insecticide specially formulated for SUIBIO Pest Control) is sprayed on all vulnerable unpainted woodwork.
Check Up Visits:
After the initial major treatment, our operator will visit your premises for a check up once in every quarter, after prior intimation by post. Necessary treatment will be carried out in case of any re-infestation. You can call us whenever there is a reappearance of termites during the contract period.
Time Required to Carry Out the Treatment: On an average it takes two of our operators about 4 hours to treat an area of 500 to 1000 sq. ft. and about 6 hours (1 day) for an area of about 2000 sq. ft. Holes drilled in the window sill.
THE TREATMENT FOR PRE CONSTRUCTION The application method will be as per bis specification i.e, 1 lit of chemical dissolved in 19 lit of water and will be used at the rate of 5 lit per square meter. The required area of spray will be full floor area, pits of column ,filler soil and compound foundation.
Holes made at the base of the building wall along the perimeter
The dotted portion indicates the drilling operation carried out inside the building. The black shaded portion shows the chemical barrier created by the soil treatment along the perimeter of the building from outside.