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Knock Down Pest Control Treatment

Anti-Termite Treatment Rodent Control Treatment
carpet beetles Treatment Cockroaches Treatment
Rats Control Treatment Mice Treatment
Mosquitoes Treatment Ants Treatment
Fleas Treatment Spiders Treatment
Repulsive Odour Allergy Control
Anxiety Control Chemical Control
Prevention Sanitation
Method of Treatment (Post-Construction Anti-Termite Treatment )
Description :
To stop and prevent the movement of termites from the ground, holes are drilled using machine from inside your premises at the junction of the wall and the floor at an angle of 45 degrees. The holes are drilled along the side of the entire inner and outer wall at a diameter of 12 mm (1/2" approx.) to a depth of 125mm (5 Inches Approx.) to an intervals of approximately 300 mm (12 inches Approx). Our special formulation of insecticide is then poured into these holes to soak the masonry. In your premises, the partition walls are also treated. The drilling operation is not carried out on the RCC slabs, because it act as a mechanical barrier and the termites cannot penetrate them, but passes through expansion joints. The wood work in contact with the masonry in a building is particularly susceptible to termite infestation, such as door and window frames, wall panels, wardrobes, shelves, wooden cupboards, etc. Protective treatment for these areas is provided by a way of spraying an insecticide specially formulated by us on all vulnerable unpainted wood work.

Control Measures
Description :
The goal is to establish a continuous insecticide barrier between the termite colony (usually in the soil) and wood in a building. Sometimes there may be a secondary termite colony above the soil (in the roof or other areas with a constant moisture supply) that requires additional treatment. Insecticide barriers may be established during or after building construction. There are two types of termite control measures namely Pre-Construction Anti-Termite Treatment (for under constructing buildings- Ten Years Warranty) and Post-Construction Anti-Termite Treatment (for already constructed buildings- Five Years Warranty).

Post-Construction Anti-Termite Treatment
Description :
Preventive Measures :
Prevention is always better that cure. Ideally a building should be treated before it is constructed. Spraying of termite resistant chemicals such as Creosote (black chemical), Wood Guard products does not prevent termites. The chemical is hardly absorbed by the wood. Even so called termite resistant plywood can be damaged by termites. Termites can only be prevented by creating a chemical barrier as shown below. If you are going to change the flooring please call us.

Rodent Control and Carpet Treatment
Description :
Rodents not only cause damage to property but also carry infectious diseases. Different types of traps as well as baiting are used to control these destructive species. Expensive carpets are damaged by carpet beetles and moths. Treatment is carried our for protection and long-life of your carpets.

Pest Control (Cockroaches)
Description :
These insects are oval, flat-bodied, dark colored, with chewing mouth parts, three pairs of legs and usually two pairs of wings. All roaches have three stages in their life cycle -- egg, nymph (young) and adult. Females carry a bean-shaped egg capsule (ootheca), which is full of eggs. The newly emerged nymphs are identical to their parents except for their smaller size and lack of wings. The nymphs grow into adults by periodically shedding their skins, and may appear white for a few hours until their new skin darkens. Cockroaches can be present in almost any place inhabited by humans. They move quickly and are especially active at night. Characteristically, most roaches hide in cracks and crevices or between surfaces that provide darkness and cover. Inside buildings, roaches move freely between rooms or adjoining apartments using wall spaces, plumbing and other utility installations. They can be carried into structures in food and beverage boxes, grocery sacks, animal food and other household goods. Cockroaches can eat almost anything, but they are especially partial to starchy foods and meat products. They feed on such diverse items as cereals, pastries, chocolate, milk products, beverages, cooked potatoes, glue, book bindings, wall paper, animal food, fresh or dried blood, excrement, dead animals and leather products.

Pest Control (Spiders)
Description :

Our spider treatments are environmently friendly
We use odourless non-toxic chemicals
On arrival to your home we will indentify the problem pest
We will treat the home thouroughly against spiders by treating the following areas:

Areas :
1. the roof void
2. sub-floor area
3. external perimeters of the house
4. internal perimeters of the house
5. fence lines
6. external and internal window frames
7. eaves and gutters
8. around the garden and landscaping etc


Pest Control (Fleas)
Description :
The cat flea is the most often encountered flea species in most areas of Australia. It not only attacks cats, but many other warm blooded animals such as dogs and humans. They suck blood and cause irritation. It also has an essential role in the transmission of dog tapeworm.


Pest Control (Ants)
Description :
Ants are more of a nuisance pest, although they can also cause health risks and nest can cause subsidence in soil. Ants generally become a problem in houses and other buildings when their nests have become disturbed after rain, or conversely, during dry weather to look for water. Poor household hygiene and pet bowls also draw them indoors. Outside conditions such as sandy areas, pavers and garden pots also are favorable conditions for ants.


Pest Control (Mice & Rats)
Description :
Man creates the ideal environment for rats and mice by providing a constant source of food, water and harbourage.


Pest Control (Damages)
Description :
Disease Transmission. Cockroaches can carry organisms that cause human diseases, including food poisoning, dysentery and diarrhea. However, roaches have not been associated with serious disease outbreaks.


Pest Control (Repulsive Odour)
Description :
Most cockroaches produce a secretion or chemical that has a repulsive odor. This characteristic odor can be detected in infested areas.


Pest Control (Allergy)
Description :
Roaches can cause allergic reactions in some people. Roach ?allergen? that is ingested with contaminated food or inhaled when dried fecal particles causes the response and fragments of ground-up bodies of dead roaches are mixed with house dust.


Pest Control (Anxiety)
Description :
The sight of cockroaches can cause considerable psychological or emotional distress in some individuals. Cockroaches usually do not bite, but their heavy leg spines may scratch.


Pest Control (Prevention)
Description :
Entry and establishment of roach colonies can be prevented by close inspection of incoming merchandise, such as food boxes, beverage cartons, appliances, furniture and clothing. Caulking or puttying areas such as cracks and crevices around kitchen cabinets, bathtubs, water and plumbing pipes, cracks on floors and walls, and exterior windows and doors can eliminate most hiding places and help reduce the cockroach population. Other structural modifications, such as weather stripping and pipe collars, also help to reduce cockroach entry and establishment.


Pest Control (Sanitation)
Description :
Good housekeeping is the most important factor in preventing and controlling cockroach populations. Cockroaches cannot live without food, water and shelter. Do not allow food particles to remain on shelves or floors. Dishes should not be left unwashed after a meal, particularly overnight. Clean areas under refrigerators, stoves, sinks and furniture regularly to remove bits of food that have accumulated. If pets are fed indoors, do not leave food in their dishes after feeding, especially overnight. Store pet food in tight containers, and clean litter boxes frequently. Keep all food items covered or in a refrigerator at all times between uses. Empty garbage and waste containers frequently and keep refuse in a covered container away from the residence. If possible, prevent cockroach access to water sources. Common sources include leaking faucets and pipes, drains, toilet tanks, washbasins and sink traps, aquaria and water-filled tubs. Pets\' water dishes, beverage bottles or cartons, and pipe condensation can provide an adequate water supply for roaches. Roach breeding is encouraged by clutter. Avoid unnecessary storage of corrugated paper boxes, piles of paper bags, newspaper, magazines, and soiled clothing and rags.


Pest Control (Chemical Control)
Description :
If cockroaches become established, chemical control may be needed in combination with good sanitary practices. The insecticide spray is needed frequently to control roaches; it is advisable to spray our chemical formulations in all areas where cockroaches are seen, especially in kitchens and bathrooms. Prime locations include under sinks and toilets, drainage chambers, beneath refrigerators, dishwashers and stoves, next to trash containers and inside cabinets and storage areas. It's essential to apply insecticides at where walls meet ceilings & floors and walls junctions, since these are the paths commonly traveled by roaches. If cockroaches are seen in other areas like bedrooms and utility rooms spraying should be carried out at behind cupboards, under the furniture, small gaps between the wall & furniture and junction of wall and pipelines etc., and for constant effective control measures the treatment should be repeated at a periodical interval.


Pest Control (Mosquitoes)
Description :
There are about 60 different species of mosquito around the world. Several of them are capable of transmitting serious, possibly even fatal diseases, such as Mosquito-borne encephalitis and malaria to humans. Even in the absence of disease transmission, mosquito bites can result in allergic reactions producing significant discomfort and itching. In some cases excessive scratching can lead to bleeding, scabbing, and possibly even secondary infection. Children are very susceptible to this because they find it difficult to stop scratching. Frequently, they are outside playing and do not realize the extent of their exposure until it is too late. Regardless of whether record numbers of mosquitoes are produced this year, many people are now asking how to control these pests in and around their homes. The first and most important thing to remember is that while there are several options available to reduce the number of mosquitoes breeding on your premises, this may not result in a reduction in mosquito numbers or biting activity. To put it very simply, our most common species of mosquito can migrate several miles from where it developed. Female mosquitoes are ready to bite one or two days after emerging as adults. Female mosquitoes can produce a painful bite during feeding. Mosquitoes can travel a mile or more from their breeding spot to find a meal. Female mosquitoes are ready to bite one to two days after adult emergence. Only the female mosquito sucks blood, which she needs to lay eggs. Adult male mosquitoes feed only on plant nectar and are harmless to people. Most mosquitoes feed just after dark and again just before daylight. Mosquitoes may transmit diseases such as dengue, yellow fever, and malaria to humans. Mosquito-borne encephalitis is a viral inflammation of the brain. Encephalitis can infect humans, horses, and a variety of other mammals and birds. Transmission of the disease occurs when an infected mosquito takes a blood meal.











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