Complete Heat or Thermigation is similar to fumigation when all wooden parts of a structure are treated by reaching all drywood termites. During fumigation this is achieved by introducing sulfur fluoride, but by using complete heat it is accomplished by increasing the temperature to a level at which dry wood termites cannot survive. In both cases, the structure is sealed to block fumigant or excessive heat escaping through a tent or other alternative ways. Complete Heat or Thermigation is the only alternative to fumigation capable of eliminating all drywood termites. In addition, it has one great advantage – it is a completely green treatment that does not involve any chemicals, even organic and natural ones.
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