During these type of inspections our inspectors recommend more than one option — usually three. Fumigation will be recommended as one of the options. If fumigation will be chosen as a treatment for drywood termite control rest is ensured that Prime Termite will coordinate all procedures for smooth progress of the process. We have extensive experience of doing fumigations on large structures, have always provided excellent quality of treatment and service.
Depending on location, intensity of infestation and severity of termite damage, Borate Foaming directed to entire structure may be recommended by one of our inspectors along with other options for termite control. Especially for multi unit residences this type of treatment is more convenient than fumigation and can be done on stages . Not only there will be no need to vacate the premises, but also instead of every residence being treated at the same time, only tenants of couple of units being treated will be bothered at time.
In addition, in case there is a food establishment or a business located in commercial building where maintaining uninterrupted day to day operations is mandatory, these types of treatments can be done after hours or over the weekend.
For multi unit and commercial properties many times limited drywood termite treatments are chosen. These termite treatments include but are not limited to
- Treating one one or more units on a multi unit structure.
- In addition to treating one or more units, also conducting partial foaming on attic, subarea as well as other areas
- Conducting subterranean termite treatment only for the unit which ordered inspection
- Treating areas where HOA would not cover and only the person who ordered inspection was responsible
Since these type of treatments already are credited towards to future work, later if HOA or commercial property other management/owner(s) decide to do more work or finish rest of the structure, they do not have to do the entire thing again, but what is left.