Inspection is one of the most important steps prior to any treatment carried out against termites. At Oscar’s, we utilizes Termatrac T3i tool to conduct a preliminary inspection of your premises. It detects, confirms and tracks the presence of termites, allowing our Oscar Technicians to determine the next best course of action to implement.
Depending on the extend and the severity of the infestation, our specialist from OSCAR Pest Management will be able to advise you the most suitable methods to choose from in order to achieve the best results.
We offer various kind of Termite Treatments to Commercial, Industrial & Residential that will adequately cover all your requirements.
|Termite Proofing – Pre Construction Soil Treatment
The main objective of this treatment is to create a barrier directly underneath a building or house where it sits before its being built. Click here for more information.
|Termite Proofing – Post Construction Soil Treatment (also known as Corrective Treatment)
This treatment is meant to further protect buildings that has been erected and pre treated for more than 5 years ago. Click here for more information.
Termite Baiting System
The timber is treated to protect against damages caused by termite attacks.
A suppression method which uses termiticide dust or powder.
At Oscar, we only deploy products that have proven to treat Termite Issues effectively. Be assured that when you select Oscar Pest Management as your Pest Control Service Provider, we aim to give you the best experience – guaranteed.
|ExterminexTM Termite Baiting Systems
Contains highly refined most preferred physical form of alpha cellulose matrix, and fortified with alluring compounds and feeding stimulant to attract Subterranean termites. Fuss-free installation, and no drilling/pumping of chemicals inside your home.
|BayerTM – Premise Termiticide Solution
Premise 200 SC provides a complete treated zone around your house against intruding termites – a feature called Lateral Soil Movement.
While termites can be helpful in breaking down rotting wood in the environment, these wood-destroying pests also can cause extensive damage to homes. Sometimes called the “silent destroyers,” termites may leave few signs of activity as they steadily consume wood in the walls, ceilings and floors of homes. Click on the images below and learn how to conduct self-home inspection to prevent or detect termite infestation before incurring costly repair fees.
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