Buggables Termite & Pest Solutions

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A Termite only needs a 164th of an inch to attack your home, this is a width of a sheet of paper! Do you see how many different ways a termite can enter your home? Why trust a baiting system with your biggest investment? Have this Quality Pro Certified Applicator protect your home and or business,
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Monolithic Slab

 Trench and treat soil adjacent to slab

 Drill and treat under abutting slabs, such as patios, carports, etc.

 Utility pipes/Bath traps if needed.

 

 
                                                                          Floating Slab


 Pinpoint bottom of slab area for treatment.

 Drill voids of hollow block, treat expansion joints under slab, plug hole with plastic cork.

 Treat around bath trap and utility pipes.

 Trench, rod and treat soil adjacent to foundation wall.

Drill and treat under abutting slabs, such as patios, carports, etc.

 

 
Supporting Slab

 Drill through block of foundation wall to underside of slab.

Treat soil after bath trap and other plumbing access areas.

 Drill and treat under slab at expansion points.

Drill and treat under abutting slabs, such as patios, carports, etc.

 


 
Crawl Space


 Remove debris.

 Scrape off tunnels.

 Trench and treat the soil adjacent to the foundation wall, inside and out.

 Treat wall voids, voids in blocks, supporting piers and surrounding soil.

Drill and treat through brick veneer (if applicable).

 


 
Basement

 Entry occurs through small cracks in the foundation, or through expansion joints in the basement floor.

 Treat soil around the foundation and voids in the foundation wall.

Where necessary, treat expansion joints in the basement floor.

 



Pest, Termite, Rodent, Fire ant,Wasp,Hornets, Spiders, Ants, Roaches, Earwigs, Millipedes, Scorpions, Carpenter Bees, (WDO Reports) CL100 Letters, Foundation Vents, Vapor Barriers