Termites are either soil-dwelling or wood dwelling. Subterranean termites must need contact with soil and water for their survival. They don’t have fully developed eyes. Wood dwelling termites have well-developed eyes.
Termites are capable of damaging anything that contains cellulose, like wood structures, papers, books, clothing, etc. Their hidden habit goes unnoticed until extensive damage is done.
Protection against termite during the construction of your house is a better way to avoid them almost permanently. Curative management in old houses is also good but may need repeated applications. We ensure warranted management of termites, adopting the IS 6313, both during construction and post-construction of buildings.
We use adjuvants along with approved chemicals that will enhance residual, percolation and lateral spread ( diffusion ) traits of the chemical, ensuring longer persistence and wide area coverage within the soil. This gives longer protection against the termites. We take care to avoid contamination of underground water.