The most common termites in Malaysia are Subterranean Termite. Subterranean termite nest resides under the soil. And craw up to the wooden structural and connecting tubes from the soil to the bootom of the structure. They can make severe damage to your property. We can get rid of those pests by spot teratment with either non-toxic or traditional termiticide. We can provide preventive treatment and alternative service for the structures.
|1.||They can destroy valuable documents, cause electrical short-circuits and consequently fires.|
|2.||Ceilings, roof rafters, window / door frames, timber floors and wall panels are all prone to termite attacks which can prove financially damaging and, in certain situations, pose unnecessary dangers.|
This method to create termiticidal barrier up to 40mm trick around the perimeter ground beams and column of the building. These termiticidal barriers will act as a protective shield against termites intrusion.
In order to inject termiticide to the soil under the building slab, small holes (20mm dia) will be drill through the slab at 40-60mm apart to the nearest point from the vertical wall where seem necessary.
After injection the drilled holes will be filed with cement or other similar suitable material to blend with the existing surface appearance.
ACE Performance will issue a time warranty after completion. During the warranty period an fresh infestation will be treated without additional charges.
If you've ever seen live termite workers or looked at a picture of termites in their nest. You've probably gotten the impression that they look almost larval. They don't have hard exoskeletons like many insects do. Instead, they look soft and milky. Termites look larval because, in a lot of ways, they are larval. The only fully mature termites in an entire colony are the the king and the queen. Even the other reproductives are neotonic - they are sexually mature but have larval qualities.
This perpetual larval state gives termites a lot of flexibility. Basically, all termites start as eggs, and all eggs are capable of developing into any caste. The eggs hatch into larval, and through a series of molts, the larval develop into workers. The workers can undergo a two-stage molt and become soldiers. Older termites can even undergo regressive molts and go back to an earlier stage.