Are your premises being ravaged by termites?
You need to call ARMOUR really fast if you find any of the following:
- Hollow-sounding wooden surfaces.
- A swarm of winged insects in your premises or from the soil around it.Any wall in your premises with a mural of mud tubes on exterior walls, or wooden beams termites have already established their colony.
These can only mean termite infestation. Termite infestation is difficult to detect. Termites may live well below the ground closer to the foundation of your building. They almost always attack in huge battalions. If neglected your belongings like furniture, boxes, wooden flooring, doors and window frames and paper will be reduced to rubble.
ARMOUR provides effective pre and post-construction anti-termite treatment to create a treated zone around the perimeter and sub-floor of a premise. All our anti-termite treatment packages come with warranty (depending on the package chosen by the customer).
We specialize in:
- Pre-construction anti-Termite Treatment
- Post-construction anti-Termite treatment
Pre-construction anti-Termite Treatment
Termite Control is the first step to take if you are planning to build a house or commercial building. ARMOUR uses highly advanced techniques for treating the termite infestation.
Creating a treated zone before the construction even begins, safeguards the building from
future termite infestations.
A direct injection of liquid pesticide is applied to eradicate termites completely from your premises. The different stages of our treatment include:
- The sides and bottom surface of the foundation trenches and pits are treated with chemicals to an appropriate height.
- Sides of all built-up walls that are in direct contact with the foundation, are also treated with chemicals. The chemicals are directed towards the masonry surfaces so that earth in contact with these surfaces is well treated with the chemical.
- Before laying the floor, the top surface is also treated with chemicals
- We also advise builders to take appropriate care during constructionto avoid creating
untreated gaps later.