SK Pest Management Services At S.K. Pest Management Services, we offer a comprehensive range of pest control services from residential to commercial customized to your unique needs.We understand the importance of a clean, pest free environment. That’s why we offer our clients only the most capable and knowledgeable pest control technicians. All our technicians are fully equipped and are able to carry out a complete range of pest control methods on site. We are the best pest control service provider in Chandigarh, Mohali, Panchkula, Kharar, and Zirakpur, Derabassi.
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At S.K. Pest Management Services, we offer a comprehensive range of pest control services from residential to commercial customized to your unique needs.We understand the importance of a clean, pest free environment. That’s why we offer our clients only the most capable and knowledgeable pest control technicians. All our technicians are fully equipped and are able to carry out a complete range of pest control methods on site. We are the best pest control service provider in Chandigarh, Mohali, Panchkula, Kharar, and Zirakpur, Derabassi.

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Termite Treatment Control in Lalru

1. For Basement Structures

a) Treatment to bottom of the basement – After excavation for the basement is complete, before the sub grade is laid; chemical emulsion is sprayed at 5 Lit / Sq.M on the surface of soil. In the event sub soil water is present in the excavated pit, treatment shall start when the surface is dry or PCC / waterproofing is laid. The application dose to be modified depending on the absorption capacity of surface.

For structures where soil is also used for filling purpose on the raft or grade slab, treatment would be decided based on the suitability of the situation; either on the excavated surface of the basement or on the top surface of soil above grade slab / raft.

b) Treatment to vertical backfill along the retaining wall – After the retaining wall of the basement come up, the backfill in immediate contact with the retaining wall shall be treated at the rate of 5Lt/Sq.M of the vertical surface for each side. The earth is usually returned in layers and the treatment shall be carried in similar stages.

2. For Plinth Beam & Column Structures.
a) Treatment of top surface of soil filling in plinth – The top surface of the consolidated earth shall be treated with the chemical emulsion at the rate of 5Ltrs/Sq.m of the surface before the sand bed or sub-grade is laid

b) Treatment along junction of wall& floor- soil along the wall & floor junction shall be treated by making rod holes at 30 cms interval and up to a depth of 30 cms and emulsion injected at 1 Lit / Linear M.

c) Treatment to soil along external perimeter of building - After the building is complete, the earth along the external perimeter of the building should be rodded at the intervals of 30cm and to a depth of 30cm and chemical emulsion poured along the wall at the rate of 2.25 liters per Linear M.

Treatment of soil surrounding pipers, waste’s and conduits – when pipes, waste’s and conduits enter the soil inside the area of the foundation, the soil surrounding the point of entry must be loosened around each such piper waste or conduit for a distance of 15cm and up to a depth of 7.5cm before treatment is commenced. When they enter the soil external to the foundations, they shall be similarly treated unless they stand clear of the walls of the building by about 7.5cm for a distance of over 30cm.

Post Construction Anti Termite Treatment

SKPMS assures you, continuous protection of valuables from termites. It’s a 3 step process

– Triple ‘T’ (Target, Treat, and Track) is effective for, sustained and holistic pest management

TARGET: SKPMS expert detects the termite entry point, their pathways and extent of infestation. Based on this understanding SKPMS experts designs the appropriate type and level of treatment

TREAT: SKPMS experts use the latest and highly effective DRILL-FILL-SEAL (DFS) technique and inject chemicals to form a barrier that prevents termites from coming in. the treatment is quick, non-messy and completely safe.

TRACK: SKPMS experts use scientific methods to conduct regular checks and prevention by conducting systematic inspections at regular intervals to ensure complete protection of your valuable assets and provide maximum care.

Stage 1:

1. Treatment to wall and floor junction holes of 12mm diameter 12 inches apart are drilled along the inner junction of wall and floor up to a depth of 6’’ or half the thickness of wall on the entire ground & first floor of the building.

2. Termiticide solution will be injected with pressure into these holes to create barrier against termites. If heavy infestation is noticed on 2nd or above the same treatment will be carried out on the respective floor.

Stage 2:

3. Treatment to wood work fixed on wall/floor; holes of 4mm diameter will be drilled on the wood work (ply fixed on the wall) at an interval of 18 inches in both the directions to ensure chemical barrier behind wooden unit.

4. Drilling along door & window frames to be carried out by drilling holes of 4 / 6mm diameter and termiticide solution will be injected. This treatment will be carried out on all floors (Except basements/terrace).

5. Special care to be taken to check furniture attached to the wall as the termites can easily attack them

6. Drilling will be carried out at the base of all such fixed furniture and termiticide solution will be injected. An oil based termiticide will be used for treatment of woodwork infested by termites within the premises.

Stage 3:

Treatment of termite mud tubes by injecting chemical emulsion. The mud tubes will be removed after the treatment to avoid any confusion at a later date for fresh infestation.

Stage 4:

1. Treatment along the external perimeter of the building by drilling holes of 12mm diameter, 12 inches apart along the external walls of the building up to a depth of 12 inches to inject chemical emulsion. All the drilled holes will be sealed suitably.

2. If there is a loose earth around the walls of the building, rodding will be done at every foot, adjacent to the external surfaces of the foundation wall up to a depth of 300 mm from the ground level.

3. If building is surrounded by garden, the treatment shall be carried out to soil which is in immediate contact with the building.

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Termite Treatment Control in Zirakpur

1. For Basement Structures

a) Treatment to bottom of the basement – After excavation for the basement is complete, before the sub grade is laid; chemical emulsion is sprayed at 5 Lit / Sq.M on the surface of soil. In the event sub soil water is present in the excavated pit, treatment shall start when the surface is dry or PCC / waterproofing is laid. The application dose to be modified depending on the absorption capacity of surface.

For structures where soil is also used for filling purpose on the raft or grade slab, treatment would be decided based on the suitability of the situation; either on the excavated surface of the basement or on the top surface of soil above grade slab / raft.

b) Treatment to vertical backfill along the retaining wall – After the retaining wall of the basement come up, the backfill in immediate contact with the retaining wall shall be treated at the rate of 5Lt/Sq.M of the vertical surface for each side. The earth is usually returned in layers and the treatment shall be carried in similar stages.

2. For Plinth Beam & Column Structures.
a) Treatment of top surface of soil filling in plinth – The top surface of the consolidated earth shall be treated with the chemical emulsion at the rate of 5Ltrs/Sq.m of the surface before the sand bed or sub-grade is laid

b) Treatment along junction of wall& floor- soil along the wall & floor junction shall be treated by making rod holes at 30 cms interval and up to a depth of 30 cms and emulsion injected at 1 Lit / Linear M.

c) Treatment to soil along external perimeter of building - After the building is complete, the earth along the external perimeter of the building should be rodded at the intervals of 30cm and to a depth of 30cm and chemical emulsion poured along the wall at the rate of 2.25 liters per Linear M.

Treatment of soil surrounding pipers, waste’s and conduits – when pipes, waste’s and conduits enter the soil inside the area of the foundation, the soil surrounding the point of entry must be loosened around each such piper waste or conduit for a distance of 15cm and up to a depth of 7.5cm before treatment is commenced. When they enter the soil external to the foundations, they shall be similarly treated unless they stand clear of the walls of the building by about 7.5cm for a distance of over 30cm.

Post Construction Anti Termite Treatment

SKPMS assures you, continuous protection of valuables from termites. It’s a 3 step process

– Triple ‘T’ (Target, Treat, and Track) is effective for, sustained and holistic pest management

TARGET: SKPMS expert detects the termite entry point, their pathways and extent of infestation. Based on this understanding SKPMS experts designs the appropriate type and level of treatment

TREAT: SKPMS experts use the latest and highly effective DRILL-FILL-SEAL (DFS) technique and inject chemicals to form a barrier that prevents termites from coming in. the treatment is quick, non-messy and completely safe.

TRACK: SKPMS experts use scientific methods to conduct regular checks and prevention by conducting systematic inspections at regular intervals to ensure complete protection of your valuable assets and provide maximum care.

Stage 1:

1. Treatment to wall and floor junction holes of 12mm diameter 12 inches apart are drilled along the inner junction of wall and floor up to a depth of 6’’ or half the thickness of wall on the entire ground & first floor of the building.

2. Termiticide solution will be injected with pressure into these holes to create barrier against termites. If heavy infestation is noticed on 2nd or above the same treatment will be carried out on the respective floor.

Stage 2:

3. Treatment to wood work fixed on wall/floor; holes of 4mm diameter will be drilled on the wood work (ply fixed on the wall) at an interval of 18 inches in both the directions to ensure chemical barrier behind wooden unit.

4. Drilling along door & window frames to be carried out by drilling holes of 4 / 6mm diameter and termiticide solution will be injected. This treatment will be carried out on all floors (Except basements/terrace).

5. Special care to be taken to check furniture attached to the wall as the termites can easily attack them

6. Drilling will be carried out at the base of all such fixed furniture and termiticide solution will be injected. An oil based termiticide will be used for treatment of woodwork infested by termites within the premises.

Stage 3:

Treatment of termite mud tubes by injecting chemical emulsion. The mud tubes will be removed after the treatment to avoid any confusion at a later date for fresh infestation.

Stage 4:

1. Treatment along the external perimeter of the building by drilling holes of 12mm diameter, 12 inches apart along the external walls of the building up to a depth of 12 inches to inject chemical emulsion. All the drilled holes will be sealed suitably.

2. If there is a loose earth around the walls of the building, rodding will be done at every foot, adjacent to the external surfaces of the foundation wall up to a depth of 300 mm from the ground level.

3. If building is surrounded by garden, the treatment shall be carried out to soil which is in immediate contact with the building.

   Over a month ago
SEND

Termite Treatment Control in Dera Bassi

1. For Basement Structures

a) Treatment to bottom of the basement – After excavation for the basement is complete, before the sub grade is laid; chemical emulsion is sprayed at 5 Lit / Sq.M on the surface of soil. In the event sub soil water is present in the excavated pit, treatment shall start when the surface is dry or PCC / waterproofing is laid. The application dose to be modified depending on the absorption capacity of surface.

For structures where soil is also used for filling purpose on the raft or grade slab, treatment would be decided based on the suitability of the situation; either on the excavated surface of the basement or on the top surface of soil above grade slab / raft.

b) Treatment to vertical backfill along the retaining wall – After the retaining wall of the basement come up, the backfill in immediate contact with the retaining wall shall be treated at the rate of 5Lt/Sq.M of the vertical surface for each side. The earth is usually returned in layers and the treatment shall be carried in similar stages.

2. For Plinth Beam & Column Structures.
a) Treatment of top surface of soil filling in plinth – The top surface of the consolidated earth shall be treated with the chemical emulsion at the rate of 5Ltrs/Sq.m of the surface before the sand bed or sub-grade is laid

b) Treatment along junction of wall& floor- soil along the wall & floor junction shall be treated by making rod holes at 30 cms interval and up to a depth of 30 cms and emulsion injected at 1 Lit / Linear M.

c) Treatment to soil along external perimeter of building - After the building is complete, the earth along the external perimeter of the building should be rodded at the intervals of 30cm and to a depth of 30cm and chemical emulsion poured along the wall at the rate of 2.25 liters per Linear M.

Treatment of soil surrounding pipers, waste’s and conduits – when pipes, waste’s and conduits enter the soil inside the area of the foundation, the soil surrounding the point of entry must be loosened around each such piper waste or conduit for a distance of 15cm and up to a depth of 7.5cm before treatment is commenced. When they enter the soil external to the foundations, they shall be similarly treated unless they stand clear of the walls of the building by about 7.5cm for a distance of over 30cm.

Post Construction Anti Termite Treatment

SKPMS assures you, continuous protection of valuables from termites. It’s a 3 step process

– Triple ‘T’ (Target, Treat, and Track) is effective for, sustained and holistic pest management

TARGET: SKPMS expert detects the termite entry point, their pathways and extent of infestation. Based on this understanding SKPMS experts designs the appropriate type and level of treatment

TREAT: SKPMS experts use the latest and highly effective DRILL-FILL-SEAL (DFS) technique and inject chemicals to form a barrier that prevents termites from coming in. the treatment is quick, non-messy and completely safe.

TRACK: SKPMS experts use scientific methods to conduct regular checks and prevention by conducting systematic inspections at regular intervals to ensure complete protection of your valuable assets and provide maximum care.

Stage 1:

1. Treatment to wall and floor junction holes of 12mm diameter 12 inches apart are drilled along the inner junction of wall and floor up to a depth of 6’’ or half the thickness of wall on the entire ground & first floor of the building.

2. Termiticide solution will be injected with pressure into these holes to create barrier against termites. If heavy infestation is noticed on 2nd or above the same treatment will be carried out on the respective floor.

Stage 2:

3. Treatment to wood work fixed on wall/floor; holes of 4mm diameter will be drilled on the wood work (ply fixed on the wall) at an interval of 18 inches in both the directions to ensure chemical barrier behind wooden unit.

4. Drilling along door & window frames to be carried out by drilling holes of 4 / 6mm diameter and termiticide solution will be injected. This treatment will be carried out on all floors (Except basements/terrace).

5. Special care to be taken to check furniture attached to the wall as the termites can easily attack them

6. Drilling will be carried out at the base of all such fixed furniture and termiticide solution will be injected. An oil based termiticide will be used for treatment of woodwork infested by termites within the premises.

Stage 3:

Treatment of termite mud tubes by injecting chemical emulsion. The mud tubes will be removed after the treatment to avoid any confusion at a later date for fresh infestation.

Stage 4:

1. Treatment along the external perimeter of the building by drilling holes of 12mm diameter, 12 inches apart along the external walls of the building up to a depth of 12 inches to inject chemical emulsion. All the drilled holes will be sealed suitably.

2. If there is a loose earth around the walls of the building, rodding will be done at every foot, adjacent to the external surfaces of the foundation wall up to a depth of 300 mm from the ground level.

3. If building is surrounded by garden, the treatment shall be carried out to soil which is in immediate contact with the building.

   Over a month ago
SEND

Termite Treatment Control in Ambala

1. For Basement Structures

a) Treatment to bottom of the basement – After excavation for the basement is complete, before the sub grade is laid; chemical emulsion is sprayed at 5 Lit / Sq.M on the surface of soil. In the event sub soil water is present in the excavated pit, treatment shall start when the surface is dry or PCC / waterproofing is laid. The application dose to be modified depending on the absorption capacity of surface.

For structures where soil is also used for filling purpose on the raft or grade slab, treatment would be decided based on the suitability of the situation; either on the excavated surface of the basement or on the top surface of soil above grade slab / raft.

b) Treatment to vertical backfill along the retaining wall – After the retaining wall of the basement come up, the backfill in immediate contact with the retaining wall shall be treated at the rate of 5Lt/Sq.M of the vertical surface for each side. The earth is usually returned in layers and the treatment shall be carried in similar stages.

2. For Plinth Beam & Column Structures.
a) Treatment of top surface of soil filling in plinth – The top surface of the consolidated earth shall be treated with the chemical emulsion at the rate of 5Ltrs/Sq.m of the surface before the sand bed or sub-grade is laid

b) Treatment along junction of wall& floor- soil along the wall & floor junction shall be treated by making rod holes at 30 cms interval and up to a depth of 30 cms and emulsion injected at 1 Lit / Linear M.

c) Treatment to soil along external perimeter of building - After the building is complete, the earth along the external perimeter of the building should be rodded at the intervals of 30cm and to a depth of 30cm and chemical emulsion poured along the wall at the rate of 2.25 liters per Linear M.

Treatment of soil surrounding pipers, waste’s and conduits – when pipes, waste’s and conduits enter the soil inside the area of the foundation, the soil surrounding the point of entry must be loosened around each such piper waste or conduit for a distance of 15cm and up to a depth of 7.5cm before treatment is commenced. When they enter the soil external to the foundations, they shall be similarly treated unless they stand clear of the walls of the building by about 7.5cm for a distance of over 30cm.

Post Construction Anti Termite Treatment

SKPMS assures you, continuous protection of valuables from termites. It’s a 3 step process

– Triple ‘T’ (Target, Treat, and Track) is effective for, sustained and holistic pest management

TARGET: SKPMS expert detects the termite entry point, their pathways and extent of infestation. Based on this understanding SKPMS experts designs the appropriate type and level of treatment

TREAT: SKPMS experts use the latest and highly effective DRILL-FILL-SEAL (DFS) technique and inject chemicals to form a barrier that prevents termites from coming in. the treatment is quick, non-messy and completely safe.

TRACK: SKPMS experts use scientific methods to conduct regular checks and prevention by conducting systematic inspections at regular intervals to ensure complete protection of your valuable assets and provide maximum care.

Stage 1:

1. Treatment to wall and floor junction holes of 12mm diameter 12 inches apart are drilled along the inner junction of wall and floor up to a depth of 6’’ or half the thickness of wall on the entire ground & first floor of the building.

2. Termiticide solution will be injected with pressure into these holes to create barrier against termites. If heavy infestation is noticed on 2nd or above the same treatment will be carried out on the respective floor.

Stage 2:

3. Treatment to wood work fixed on wall/floor; holes of 4mm diameter will be drilled on the wood work (ply fixed on the wall) at an interval of 18 inches in both the directions to ensure chemical barrier behind wooden unit.

4. Drilling along door & window frames to be carried out by drilling holes of 4 / 6mm diameter and termiticide solution will be injected. This treatment will be carried out on all floors (Except basements/terrace).

5. Special care to be taken to check furniture attached to the wall as the termites can easily attack them

6. Drilling will be carried out at the base of all such fixed furniture and termiticide solution will be injected. An oil based termiticide will be used for treatment of woodwork infested by termites within the premises.

Stage 3:

Treatment of termite mud tubes by injecting chemical emulsion. The mud tubes will be removed after the treatment to avoid any confusion at a later date for fresh infestation.

Stage 4:

1. Treatment along the external perimeter of the building by drilling holes of 12mm diameter, 12 inches apart along the external walls of the building up to a depth of 12 inches to inject chemical emulsion. All the drilled holes will be sealed suitably.

2. If there is a loose earth around the walls of the building, rodding will be done at every foot, adjacent to the external surfaces of the foundation wall up to a depth of 300 mm from the ground level.

3. If building is surrounded by garden, the treatment shall be carried out to soil which is in immediate contact with the building.

   Over a month ago
SEND

Termite Treatment Control in Kharar

1. For Basement Structures

a) Treatment to bottom of the basement – After excavation for the basement is complete, before the sub grade is laid; chemical emulsion is sprayed at 5 Lit / Sq.M on the surface of soil. In the event sub soil water is present in the excavated pit, treatment shall start when the surface is dry or PCC / waterproofing is laid. The application dose to be modified depending on the absorption capacity of surface.

For structures where soil is also used for filling purpose on the raft or grade slab, treatment would be decided based on the suitability of the situation; either on the excavated surface of the basement or on the top surface of soil above grade slab / raft.

b) Treatment to vertical backfill along the retaining wall – After the retaining wall of the basement come up, the backfill in immediate contact with the retaining wall shall be treated at the rate of 5Lt/Sq.M of the vertical surface for each side. The earth is usually returned in layers and the treatment shall be carried in similar stages.

2. For Plinth Beam & Column Structures.
a) Treatment of top surface of soil filling in plinth – The top surface of the consolidated earth shall be treated with the chemical emulsion at the rate of 5Ltrs/Sq.m of the surface before the sand bed or sub-grade is laid

b) Treatment along junction of wall& floor- soil along the wall & floor junction shall be treated by making rod holes at 30 cms interval and up to a depth of 30 cms and emulsion injected at 1 Lit / Linear M.

c) Treatment to soil along external perimeter of building - After the building is complete, the earth along the external perimeter of the building should be rodded at the intervals of 30cm and to a depth of 30cm and chemical emulsion poured along the wall at the rate of 2.25 liters per Linear M.

Treatment of soil surrounding pipers, waste’s and conduits – when pipes, waste’s and conduits enter the soil inside the area of the foundation, the soil surrounding the point of entry must be loosened around each such piper waste or conduit for a distance of 15cm and up to a depth of 7.5cm before treatment is commenced. When they enter the soil external to the foundations, they shall be similarly treated unless they stand clear of the walls of the building by about 7.5cm for a distance of over 30cm.

Post Construction Anti Termite Treatment

SKPMS assures you, continuous protection of valuables from termites. It’s a 3 step process

– Triple ‘T’ (Target, Treat, and Track) is effective for, sustained and holistic pest management

TARGET: SKPMS expert detects the termite entry point, their pathways and extent of infestation. Based on this understanding SKPMS experts designs the appropriate type and level of treatment

TREAT: SKPMS experts use the latest and highly effective DRILL-FILL-SEAL (DFS) technique and inject chemicals to form a barrier that prevents termites from coming in. the treatment is quick, non-messy and completely safe.

TRACK: SKPMS experts use scientific methods to conduct regular checks and prevention by conducting systematic inspections at regular intervals to ensure complete protection of your valuable assets and provide maximum care.

Stage 1:

1. Treatment to wall and floor junction holes of 12mm diameter 12 inches apart are drilled along the inner junction of wall and floor up to a depth of 6’’ or half the thickness of wall on the entire ground & first floor of the building.

2. Termiticide solution will be injected with pressure into these holes to create barrier against termites. If heavy infestation is noticed on 2nd or above the same treatment will be carried out on the respective floor.

Stage 2:

3. Treatment to wood work fixed on wall/floor; holes of 4mm diameter will be drilled on the wood work (ply fixed on the wall) at an interval of 18 inches in both the directions to ensure chemical barrier behind wooden unit.

4. Drilling along door & window frames to be carried out by drilling holes of 4 / 6mm diameter and termiticide solution will be injected. This treatment will be carried out on all floors (Except basements/terrace).

5. Special care to be taken to check furniture attached to the wall as the termites can easily attack them

6. Drilling will be carried out at the base of all such fixed furniture and termiticide solution will be injected. An oil based termiticide will be used for treatment of woodwork infested by termites within the premises.

Stage 3:

Treatment of termite mud tubes by injecting chemical emulsion. The mud tubes will be removed after the treatment to avoid any confusion at a later date for fresh infestation.

Stage 4:

1. Treatment along the external perimeter of the building by drilling holes of 12mm diameter, 12 inches apart along the external walls of the building up to a depth of 12 inches to inject chemical emulsion. All the drilled holes will be sealed suitably.

2. If there is a loose earth around the walls of the building, rodding will be done at every foot, adjacent to the external surfaces of the foundation wall up to a depth of 300 mm from the ground level.

3. If building is surrounded by garden, the treatment shall be carried out to soil which is in immediate contact with the building.

   Over a month ago
SEND

Termite Treatment Control in Mohali

1. For Basement Structures

a) Treatment to bottom of the basement – After excavation for the basement is complete, before the sub grade is laid; chemical emulsion is sprayed at 5 Lit / Sq.M on the surface of soil. In the event sub soil water is present in the excavated pit, treatment shall start when the surface is dry or PCC / waterproofing is laid. The application dose to be modified depending on the absorption capacity of surface.

For structures where soil is also used for filling purpose on the raft or grade slab, treatment would be decided based on the suitability of the situation; either on the excavated surface of the basement or on the top surface of soil above grade slab / raft.

b) Treatment to vertical backfill along the retaining wall – After the retaining wall of the basement come up, the backfill in immediate contact with the retaining wall shall be treated at the rate of 5Lt/Sq.M of the vertical surface for each side. The earth is usually returned in layers and the treatment shall be carried in similar stages.

2. For Plinth Beam & Column Structures.
a) Treatment of top surface of soil filling in plinth – The top surface of the consolidated earth shall be treated with the chemical emulsion at the rate of 5Ltrs/Sq.m of the surface before the sand bed or sub-grade is laid

b) Treatment along junction of wall& floor- soil along the wall & floor junction shall be treated by making rod holes at 30 cms interval and up to a depth of 30 cms and emulsion injected at 1 Lit / Linear M.

c) Treatment to soil along external perimeter of building - After the building is complete, the earth along the external perimeter of the building should be rodded at the intervals of 30cm and to a depth of 30cm and chemical emulsion poured along the wall at the rate of 2.25 liters per Linear M.

Treatment of soil surrounding pipers, waste’s and conduits – when pipes, waste’s and conduits enter the soil inside the area of the foundation, the soil surrounding the point of entry must be loosened around each such piper waste or conduit for a distance of 15cm and up to a depth of 7.5cm before treatment is commenced. When they enter the soil external to the foundations, they shall be similarly treated unless they stand clear of the walls of the building by about 7.5cm for a distance of over 30cm.

Post Construction Anti Termite Treatment

SKPMS assures you, continuous protection of valuables from termites. It’s a 3 step process

– Triple ‘T’ (Target, Treat, and Track) is effective for, sustained and holistic pest management

TARGET: SKPMS expert detects the termite entry point, their pathways and extent of infestation. Based on this understanding SKPMS experts designs the appropriate type and level of treatment

TREAT: SKPMS experts use the latest and highly effective DRILL-FILL-SEAL (DFS) technique and inject chemicals to form a barrier that prevents termites from coming in. the treatment is quick, non-messy and completely safe.

TRACK: SKPMS experts use scientific methods to conduct regular checks and prevention by conducting systematic inspections at regular intervals to ensure complete protection of your valuable assets and provide maximum care.

Stage 1:

1. Treatment to wall and floor junction holes of 12mm diameter 12 inches apart are drilled along the inner junction of wall and floor up to a depth of 6’’ or half the thickness of wall on the entire ground & first floor of the building.

2. Termiticide solution will be injected with pressure into these holes to create barrier against termites. If heavy infestation is noticed on 2nd or above the same treatment will be carried out on the respective floor.

Stage 2:

3. Treatment to wood work fixed on wall/floor; holes of 4mm diameter will be drilled on the wood work (ply fixed on the wall) at an interval of 18 inches in both the directions to ensure chemical barrier behind wooden unit.

4. Drilling along door & window frames to be carried out by drilling holes of 4 / 6mm diameter and termiticide solution will be injected. This treatment will be carried out on all floors (Except basements/terrace).

5. Special care to be taken to check furniture attached to the wall as the termites can easily attack them

6. Drilling will be carried out at the base of all such fixed furniture and termiticide solution will be injected. An oil based termiticide will be used for treatment of woodwork infested by termites within the premises.

Stage 3:

Treatment of termite mud tubes by injecting chemical emulsion. The mud tubes will be removed after the treatment to avoid any confusion at a later date for fresh infestation.

Stage 4:

1. Treatment along the external perimeter of the building by drilling holes of 12mm diameter, 12 inches apart along the external walls of the building up to a depth of 12 inches to inject chemical emulsion. All the drilled holes will be sealed suitably.

2. If there is a loose earth around the walls of the building, rodding will be done at every foot, adjacent to the external surfaces of the foundation wall up to a depth of 300 mm from the ground level.

3. If building is surrounded by garden, the treatment shall be carried out to soil which is in immediate contact with the building.

   Over a month ago
SEND

Termite Treatment Control in Panchkula

1. For Basement Structures

a) Treatment to bottom of the basement – After excavation for the basement is complete, before the sub grade is laid; chemical emulsion is sprayed at 5 Lit / Sq.M on the surface of soil. In the event sub soil water is present in the excavated pit, treatment shall start when the surface is dry or PCC / waterproofing is laid. The application dose to be modified depending on the absorption capacity of surface.

For structures where soil is also used for filling purpose on the raft or grade slab, treatment would be decided based on the suitability of the situation; either on the excavated surface of the basement or on the top surface of soil above grade slab / raft.

b) Treatment to vertical backfill along the retaining wall – After the retaining wall of the basement come up, the backfill in immediate contact with the retaining wall shall be treated at the rate of 5Lt/Sq.M of the vertical surface for each side. The earth is usually returned in layers and the treatment shall be carried in similar stages.

2. For Plinth Beam & Column Structures.
a) Treatment of top surface of soil filling in plinth – The top surface of the consolidated earth shall be treated with the chemical emulsion at the rate of 5Ltrs/Sq.m of the surface before the sand bed or sub-grade is laid

b) Treatment along junction of wall& floor- soil along the wall & floor junction shall be treated by making rod holes at 30 cms interval and up to a depth of 30 cms and emulsion injected at 1 Lit / Linear M.

c) Treatment to soil along external perimeter of building - After the building is complete, the earth along the external perimeter of the building should be rodded at the intervals of 30cm and to a depth of 30cm and chemical emulsion poured along the wall at the rate of 2.25 liters per Linear M.

Treatment of soil surrounding pipers, waste’s and conduits – when pipes, waste’s and conduits enter the soil inside the area of the foundation, the soil surrounding the point of entry must be loosened around each such piper waste or conduit for a distance of 15cm and up to a depth of 7.5cm before treatment is commenced. When they enter the soil external to the foundations, they shall be similarly treated unless they stand clear of the walls of the building by about 7.5cm for a distance of over 30cm.

Post Construction Anti Termite Treatment

SKPMS assures you, continuous protection of valuables from termites. It’s a 3 step process

– Triple ‘T’ (Target, Treat, and Track) is effective for, sustained and holistic pest management

TARGET: SKPMS expert detects the termite entry point, their pathways and extent of infestation. Based on this understanding SKPMS experts designs the appropriate type and level of treatment

TREAT: SKPMS experts use the latest and highly effective DRILL-FILL-SEAL (DFS) technique and inject chemicals to form a barrier that prevents termites from coming in. the treatment is quick, non-messy and completely safe.

TRACK: SKPMS experts use scientific methods to conduct regular checks and prevention by conducting systematic inspections at regular intervals to ensure complete protection of your valuable assets and provide maximum care.

Stage 1:

1. Treatment to wall and floor junction holes of 12mm diameter 12 inches apart are drilled along the inner junction of wall and floor up to a depth of 6’’ or half the thickness of wall on the entire ground & first floor of the building.

2. Termiticide solution will be injected with pressure into these holes to create barrier against termites. If heavy infestation is noticed on 2nd or above the same treatment will be carried out on the respective floor.

Stage 2:

3. Treatment to wood work fixed on wall/floor; holes of 4mm diameter will be drilled on the wood work (ply fixed on the wall) at an interval of 18 inches in both the directions to ensure chemical barrier behind wooden unit.

4. Drilling along door & window frames to be carried out by drilling holes of 4 / 6mm diameter and termiticide solution will be injected. This treatment will be carried out on all floors (Except basements/terrace).

5. Special care to be taken to check furniture attached to the wall as the termites can easily attack them

6. Drilling will be carried out at the base of all such fixed furniture and termiticide solution will be injected. An oil based termiticide will be used for treatment of woodwork infested by termites within the premises.

Stage 3:

Treatment of termite mud tubes by injecting chemical emulsion. The mud tubes will be removed after the treatment to avoid any confusion at a later date for fresh infestation.

Stage 4:

1. Treatment along the external perimeter of the building by drilling holes of 12mm diameter, 12 inches apart along the external walls of the building up to a depth of 12 inches to inject chemical emulsion. All the drilled holes will be sealed suitably.

2. If there is a loose earth around the walls of the building, rodding will be done at every foot, adjacent to the external surfaces of the foundation wall up to a depth of 300 mm from the ground level.

3. If building is surrounded by garden, the treatment shall be carried out to soil which is in immediate contact with the building.

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