Termite Fumigation

Insects that feed or tunnel into wood can seriously damage houses, apartments, and other dwellings or structures. Each year termites or other wood destroying insects damage more than 5 million homes. Other pests, such as bed bugs, may be dispersed throughout rooms and can be difficult to locate and control quickly and completely. Depending on the extent or location of the infestation, fumigation is the only total control method proven to eliminate certain infestations of wood destroying insects, bed bugs, and other structure infesting pests.

Termites cost property owners $5 billion in treatment and repair annually.

There are two types of termites that can damage your home – drywood termites and subterranean termites. Each type is different and must be treated separately. A professional termite inspector can help you determine whether or not you have a termite problem and, if so, what kind of termite infestation you have.

Termite Fumigation Treatment

Whole-structure fumigation is the only treatment that ensures 100% eradication of drywood termites in a home and structures. Vikane® is the #1 brand chemical used for termite fumigation, and is developed, manufactured, and distributed in the United States.

Vikane Gas

Vikane® gas fumigant has little to no negative environmental impact. There development of new uses for the active ingredient used in Vikane to introduce its industrial counterpart ProFume® gas fumigant, as a replacement for the ozone-depleting substance, methyl bromide, which was phased out under the Montreal Protocol.

Vikane® gas fumigant is backed by over half a century of use to treat over two million structures, including historical landmarks, churches, museums, research facilities, colleges, hotels and ships.