The most effective way to guarantee a complete eradication of Drywood termites from your home or business is termite tent fumigation. However, when most people think about fumigation they think inconvenience and interruption in their daily lives; which is why the expert exterminators at Florida Pest Control Services offer a wide range of termite control solutions.
However, sometime tent fumigation is the only solution for treating larger infestations to prevent further damage. The termite control experts at Florida Pest Control Center are continuously trained on the laws and procedures for safe and effective fumigation services for termites affecting the South Florida area.
Our team has extensive experience and have provided tent fumigation for homes, businesses, yachts, boats, hotels, condo buildings, apartment complexes and more. When it comes to termite tenting, we’ve seen it all and we can handle it all.
Contact us today to schedule a free termite inspection to determine which termite control plan will work best on your infestation.
Benefits of Fumigation (Tenting)
- Treatment works its way into wall voids, baseboards, and other spaces where termites can hide.
- Coverage can be applied to an entire structure.
- A fast solution that does not require follow-up visits in most situations to ensure complete eradication of termites and other targeted pests within a structure.
- Effective for exterminating cockroaches, termites, bed bugs and other pests.
Frequently Asked Question About Termite Fumigation
Does Termite Fumigation Really Work?
Termite Fumigation is the most effective form of drywood termite treatment. However, in South Florida, termites are a part of living in paradise and there is no guarantee that another swarm will not take up residence in your home or business after you fully eradicate the existing infestation. Therefore, prevention techniques are always recommended after treatment to protect your home or business.
Is termite fumigation harmful to humans?
The chemicals or vapors used in fumigation services are hazardous to humans and animals while present in the home. This is why fumigation requires the evacuation of your home or business during the treatment process. However, once treatment is complete and the structure is aired out, your home or business is completely safe to enter and reside in.
Can I sleep in my house after fumigation?
You, your pets, nor your plants can stay in your home during the fumigation process. You will also need to remove most food and medicines to prevent contamination as well. However, once the treatment is complete and your receive the all clear for Florida Pest Control Center, you home will be completely safe to live and sleep in once again.
What can be left in the house during fumigation?
Food for people, animals and pets, as well as tobacco products and medicines (including items in refrigerators and freezers) should be removed from the home. All other items can stay during the fumigation process and furniture is recommended to remain for treatment purposes as well.
Can you get rid of termites without tenting?
Baiting systems, spot treatments, liquid termiticides (Termidor), soil treatment, wood treatment, orange oil, and even heat or cold treatments are all methods that have been used as alternatives to fumigation to varying degrees at success. To learn more visit our termite control center.
How long does a house stay tented for termites?
A fumigation typically takes a few days to complete. The duration depends on the type of infestation, dosage, temperature, size of the structure, and other factors.
How do I prepare my house to be tented or fumigated?
- Make Accommodation Plans for The Family.
- Seal and or Remove Consumables.
- Pack and Store Clothes.
- Unplug All Electrical Appliances.
- Take Out All Plants.
- Uncover The Furniture and Upholstery.
- Open All Doors Between Rooms.
- Prep The Exterior of the Home for the Tent.
- Leave Your Keys With The Exterminator.