ITEM SECURE(INTEGREATED TERMITE ELIMINATION METHOD)

It is a patented Reticulation System designed to effectively treat the area under concrete slabs, for protection against infestation by subterranean termites and around the external periphery of structures to prevent termites entering from the outside of a building ITEM secure is installed prior to laying of the concrete slab for the internal system and externally work has been completed but prior to any concreting, paving etc.
Chemical are added after the concrete slab has dried and  so does not expose occupants to chemical.
Established in 2001 by Mr. Kalpesh Joshi, the company has currently  branches in Gujarat and Maharashtra also  Franchisee in Hydrabad & Banglore also Business Associate with Bhavnagar,Chennai,Jaipur.


What is Different About ITEM SECURE:

Unlike any other system which uses pipes which have been perforated the ITEM Secure System uses flexible imperforated pipes, which have emitters fabricated in to the pipe. Emitters the heart and soul of the System are fused in to the pipe and these act as a back flow preventers.filters and are scientifically graduated to flow at the rate of 1.9 litres per hour.
An ITEM secure system avoids the cost of expensive Re-Treatement including drilling and retrenching which is necessary when the hand sprayng method is used,this is process that may be repeated several times.It is simple and non intusive to recharge an ITEM Secure system.
This adds up to substantial net saving in the long term and makes ITEM secure a true Investment,not a cost drilling holes damagaes the builder’s moisture resisting membrance and creates further access to Termites in the Future.
ITEM SECURE Internal Periphey System:Periphery systems will very accorign to soil type and construciton method,the the systems can be adapted to requirements.
ITEM SECURE External Periphey System:For the external periphery we take a loop of entire structure ensuring extra care/Loop for the drainge/water Pipes penetrating in to the structure.


FACTS OF TERMITES

Termites are a natural part of the environment.

Termites are social insects forming small and large colonies.

Wooden structure is a potential target.

On an average, Termite Live in every third property.

TERMITE DO MORE DAMAGE THAN FIRE AND STORM COMBINED !

Basic requirement of the termite are, soil contact, moisture and nest and tunnel for food supply chain.


Termite Control

Termites are insects which cause great damage to property. Wooden materials, be it your furniture or the wooden structure on which your house is constructed are equally vulnerable to termite attacks. Termites belong to the order ‘Isoptera’. They are also known as white ant because of their resemblance to ants in many respects. They have chewing mouthparts. Termites feed on wood, which is converted to cellulose in their body.

The protozoa living in the digestive tract of the termite convert the cellulose into various sugars. There are at least 2000 different species of termites. They live in colonies which may appear like a mound. Sometimes these mounds may reach up to a height of 40ft. Termites are social insects and live in large colonies or nests. The largest individual in the colony is the queen. The queen lays eggs. Sometimes she may lay thousand eggs in one day. A king is always present near the queen.

Other members of the colony have powerful jaws and a bulb-like head that sprays liquids. These members are called soldiers. The largest group that is present in the colony is the workers group. They build the nest, gather food and spend long hours serving the queen. Workers can be either male or female. Queens and kings can survive for decades and individual workers can live for several years.

Termites live in mud tubes so the presence of mud tubes near your home is the first sign of termites. Start looking for termites in places where wood meets soil. They feed on wood and prefer moist wood which is most likely to be present near the foundation of your house.

Termite infestation is also indicated by the tunneling in wood. Wooden structures become thin. They lose their strength and can be easily punctured. Damaged wood may show signs of darkening and blistering. Termites start eating into a small hole and get inside the wooden structure. Their next step is to make small tunnels. With time the tunnels become long and the damage increases. A termite damage in your home looks like a small animal making tunnels through the wood.

Another indication of termite damage is the hollow sound which is produced when the damaged wood is tapped. Sometimes a rough dusty material is found on the exterior of the damaged material. Termites leave behind droppings, discarded wings and cracked paint. If you spot any of these signs, you can be sure of the presence of termites. Just to make sure of the termite presence in your home you can refer to the internet and get pictures of termite damage.

Every responsible home owner should pay proper attention if you want to protect his property from termite damage. Termite treatment is essential if you want to keep your house safe from termite damage. You can take the help of termite control companies to prevent termite from destroying your property. If you prefer doing things in your own way, you can get rid of termites on your own by using powerful chemicals. However you need to keep your eyes open to any sign of termite infestation in an around your home. This is the first step towards termite control and is extremely effective when it comes to eliminating termites.

The presence of termites in your house can have devastating effects but if you eradicate them by the responsible use of termite eradication chemicals and products, you would have taken a major step in the protection of your property and everyone inside it. This elimination of termites can be performed by a professional, licensed termite control company by the use of control procedures.
This process, eliminate termite control, squarely aims at the eradication of termite colonies that have currently taken residence at the structure. The sooner you reach an infestation, the greater your chances of completely eradicating the termites and you can also get on with your program of prevention of future infestations quickly. This procedure usually involves spraying of chemicals that would kill the termites around the base of the structure in addition to the walls of the structure where the termites love to live.

Some of the steps you can do yourself include inspecting the foundations of your home for cracks or any other openings and sealing them with proper fillers and sealants to prevent the entry of termites into your home.

Search for places where the foundation of your house meets the soil and also for places where water collects near the wood. Termites like to feed on wet, wood damp and naturally tend to drift towards places where the wood happens to be weak and tunneling is easy for them. Use chemicals to from a protective barrier and seal places where water tends to seep beneath the house.
Eliminate termite control eradicates the termites which are already infesting your house, but to keep your house safe from future infestations, you need to take annual preventive treatments from a pest control company. You can eliminate all the termites in your house by yourself, but to prevent them from re-infesting, you need professional help. In the long run, this may work out cheaper than repeated infestations of termites and the corresponding costs of the required repairs.
One can never truly and completely eliminate the requirement of termite control. As a responsible owner of a property or a structure and as a responsible citizen, you need to really think about pests like these that take residence in the wood in your home and devastate it making it unsafe to inhabit. So take the necessary steps to eliminate termites and make your building safe and sound for everyone concerned.

Living in certain climates such as South Florida is great. It can also have its down side of high levels of certain types pests that live there also. We have termites that love it here also because of the abundant supply of wood and water. So we have had to learn to deal with them early on by different methods of pest control.

Historically, the only way of getting rid of termites was with the use of chemicals and toxic gases. Most of the fumigators would tent the house or business to kill them. They would also pump chemicals into the foundation and walls. The occupants of these areas had to vacate the premises for a few days till it was cleared to enter again.

Today, we have more environmentally friendly natural termite control methods. Recently, I was speaking to the owner of Alternative Termite Management, Steve Paige, of Hallandale Beach, Florida. He was telling me about their method of Natural Termite Control. He stated that you can use an “Electro Gun” and Borate Treatments to do the job for termite control. The “Electro Gun” uses high frequency and high voltage to kill the termites. Then they use Borates to treat the area, this prevents infestations in the future. The good thing is that people can still stay in the home and the costs are much lower than the traditional methods.

In conclusion, Natural Termite Control is good for the Environment. The use of the combination of the “Electro Gun” and Borates kills Termites the Green Way without contamination of the Environment. Borates is a natural product called Boron which is mined in Death Valley, California. There is a product in the grocery store which also uses Borates called “Twenty Mule Team Borax’. It does a good job cleaning clothes also. If you feel that a you have been affected by any Termite Control Product, consult with your Doctor immediately.


Termite Protection

Contrary to popular perception, you need not always depend on pest control experts for termite. If you are really serious about getting rid of termites, then there are many things that you can do in order to strengthen your first line of defense.

1. As a first step you will need to get rid of debris and try and keep your home clean. Take care to ensure that you do not store any debris made up of cardboard, paper or wood, either near or below your house. This is one effective termite method that can give almost instant results.

2. Termites are known to thrive in moisture. Eliminating moisture by proper ventilation and fixing problems such as leaking faucets, pipes and defective gutters is another thing that can help you get rid of these pests. You will also need to make sure that the draining system in your house is working properly.

3. Another simple termite protection tip is to ensure that you keep wooden items at least a few inches above ground. This way you reduce the chances of the wood attracting termites.

4. If you want to have plants or large trees around your house, you should make sure that they are located at some distance from the house. You must also take care to see that the wooden areas of your house are not touched by the branches of trees.

5. Another effective termite protection method is to use treated wood in your house.

6. Termite protection has got a lot to do with regular inspections too. Make sure you ask pest control experts to check your house at regular intervals of time. Early detection is the key to getting rid of termites and saving your wooden items.

The presence of termites in your house can have devastating effects but if you eradicate them by the responsible use of termite eradication chemicals and products, you would have taken a major step in the protection of your property and everyone inside it. This elimination of termites can be performed by a professional, licensed termite control company by the use of control procedures.
This process, eliminate termite control, squarely aims at the eradication of termite colonies that have currently taken residence at the structure. The sooner you reach an infestation, the greater your chances of completely eradicating the termites and you can also get on with your program of prevention of future infestations quickly. This procedure usually involves spraying of chemicals that would kill the termites around the base of the structure in addition to the walls of the structure where the termites love to live.

Some of the steps you can do yourself include inspecting the foundations of your home for cracks or any other openings and sealing them with proper fillers and sealants to prevent the entry of termites into your home.

Search for places where the foundation of your house meets the soil and also for places where water collects near the wood. Termites like to feed on wet, wood damp and naturally tend to drift towards places where the wood happens to be weak and tunneling is easy for them. Use chemicals to from a protective barrier and seal places where water tends to seep beneath the house.
Eliminate termite control eradicates the termites which are already infesting your house, but to keep your house safe from future infestations, you need to take annual preventive treatments from a pest control company. You can eliminate all the termites in your house by yourself, but to prevent them from re-infesting, you need professional help. In the long run, this may work out cheaper than repeated infestations of termites and the corresponding costs of the required repairs.
One can never truly and completely eliminate the requirement of termite control. As a responsible owner of a property or a structure and as a responsible citizen, you need to really think about pests like these that take residence in the wood in your home and devastate it making it unsafe to inhabit. So take the necessary steps to eliminate termites and make your building safe and sound for everyone concerned.

If you own a building or a home, you might want to know the right time to do a termite control so that your property and structure undergoes minimum damage. Most termites reproduce and lay eggs during spring unlike a lot of other animals. They lay eggs after burrowing into moist soil. Once the eggs are laid, they incubate till it is time to hatch. While the termites wait for their eggs to hatch, they work in and around your house in order to provide nourishment that their babies will require. So in case you are wondering which season to do termite control in, the answer is right before spring.

But that is only one answer. In reality, it is best to do termite control around the whole year, as this will prevent these creatures from going into the moist soil under your house at any time. Make a concrete plan to ensure they do not get under your house at all, after which you can exercise termite control around the year.

Once the weather becomes warmer and it begins to rain, you must pay close attention and be aware of the things happening in and under your house. There might be holes and leaks in your house that you never knew of. Discovering these defects in time can help you avoid a lot of problems at a later date.

The kitchen and the bathroom are the first places you should check, as these are the areas in which there is use for running water. Check the pipes running below your house and ensure that the wood and pipe fit tightly and that there is no water leak of any sort. If you locate any place through which water can leak or termites can enter, you need to plug them up immediately before any damage starts to happen.

Once you have checked your pipes, make a termite control plan and make a decision about inclusion or exclusion of chemicals. The best way to kill and keep away the termites is by using chemicals. Today, termite control chemicals are made in such a way that they are harmless to human beings and do not cause adverse effects due to their presence. If you are doubtful as to when you should do your termite control, the best thing to do is coincide the application of chemicals with the peak season when termites attack, which is early spring. Once you have established control, there is very less chance for any occurrence of a problem throughout the year.


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