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Subject: Termite Control Cost Effective No Poison
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KarlF
(Arizona)

Posts:5


09/07/2010 1:55 PM  
Have you ever heard of a microwave treatment
process used to kill termites?

Well if you haven’t heard, It has existed since
1994 and if you have heard something about it,
then you may be interested in hearing about
some of it’s finer qualities.

(1) How Do Microwaves Kill Termites?

Quite simply by cooking them within their living
habitat similar to the way one heats up a cup of
coffee in a microwave oven.

(2) At what heat temperature do termites die?

Microwaves when applied to termites that are
living within generated microwave penetration
range are heated quickly to a scientifically
proven lethal heat dosage rate of 128 degrees
Fahrenheit or 53.5 Celsius.

(3) How long must they be exposed to lethal heat range?

Drywood termites surrender to rapid thermal
death when exposed to their established lethal
heat temperatures for as little as a 5 minute
duration period.

In Conclusion:
Microwave treatment of termites is becoming
more popular because of the benefits attained
from no poison gas or toxic chemical usage.
Public demand for alternatives to old School
high risk poison applications continues to
grow and become a major treatment concern.
SureshD


Posts:0


09/07/2010 5:44 PM  
It is effective for "spot treating" dry wood termites but not subterranean or whole house treatment.
KarlF
(Arizona)

Posts:5


09/07/2010 8:10 PM  
Posted By SureshD on 09/07/2010 5:44 PM
It is effective for "spot treating" dry wood termites but not subterranean or whole house treatment.




Microwaving treatment is not labeled for subterranean termites because they live up to 60 feet deep in the ground. Baits or salt barriers control them most safely. As far as the false myths of Microwaving not being a complete primary means of treatment please read the following.

Fumigation False Claims – Not Healthy Option

For numerous decades the pest control
industry has laid claim that the only way to
kill all termites within a structure, including
the ones not visible, was to cover and seal
the entire structure with tarps and then fill
the inside of the structure with lethal
non-antidotal poison gas. This type of
treatment is also commonly referred to as
tenting. Today the public is falsely being
misled to believe by the pest industry
advertisers that these decades old
outdated termite kill remedies are still
the only surest way method.

1. Civil war amputations kin to Old school fumigation

During the civil war many soldiers returned
home as amputees because the surest way
doctors could prevent death from battle
injuries was to amputate the injured
appendage. This continued to be common
accepted medical practice for decades
after the wars end.

The public today are aware of advancements
in medicine since the civil war that allow
injured appendages to be surgically repaired
instead of amputated. Amputation is no
longer a primary medical treatment. It is now
reserved as a last resort only.

On a similar note, the public today has not
been educated in the advancements of
termite treatment that allows electronic
detection and location of termites in visual
and non-visual hidden areas. These new
technologies along with non-invasive,
chemical treatment alternatives such as
microwave treatment, allow for treatment of
all termites within a structure, including the
ones not visible and all without the risks of
human death associated with poison gas
fumigation treatment.

2. Primary alternatives to fumigation safer and as effective.

The primary recommendation for amputation
of injured appendages no longer is relevant
because of modern day advanced medical
treatment procedures.

Henceforth fumigation with poison gas
should also no longer be falsely promoted as
a primary treatment recommendation to the
public as the only way to kill all termites in a
structure. As with modern day medical
amputation policies, fumigation with the use
of lethal poison gas should also be
re-classified as a last resort only treatment
procedure.

Contrary to what the pest control industry
also falsely claims, microwave termite
treatment is not a secondary or limited
means of treatment. When used in
combination with available advanced
electronic detection and location devices,
microwave termite treatment is a highly
effective primary treatment procedure that
can readily be applied as a safe alternative
to most old school dangerous fumigation.
SureshD


Posts:0


09/08/2010 4:03 AM  
What about electrocution, heating, cooling? These are all viable alternatives to poision gas which have been around for decades.
DonnaS
(Tennessee)

Posts:5671


09/08/2010 6:12 AM  

Suresh,
LOOKS LIKE A SPAMMER
SureshD


Posts:0


09/08/2010 7:16 AM  
Yea, I see your point.

KarlF
(Arizona)

Posts:5


09/08/2010 12:40 PM  
Those are also viable treatment alternatives. In your professional maintenance responsibilities do you deal with termite problems that you might share or that you have a detailed question about?

As a termite engineer professional I am offering valued insider information of which those who do not deal with commercial termite property termite problems see no interest and consider all uninterested written educational substance as spam.

Please let me know if I have wasted my time joining this forum? I have valued professional skills to share with those who appreciate and can benefit from them.

Be Well
SureshD


Posts:0


09/08/2010 5:53 PM  
If you have questions about HOA management or operations great!

Otherwise let me know if I can sell you some insurance, timeshare properties, or skin care products.
KarlF
(Arizona)

Posts:5


10/03/2010 3:56 PM  
1. Poison gas not the only treat option.

There is no longer any excuse for persons
seeking termite treatment to pay for and
except only gas poison tenting of a
residence just to kill a few termites. There
is also no excuse or reason to put any
human at risk of pesticide poisoning
or even death just to kill a few termites.
Microwave termite treatment is the clean
alternative to whole structure fumigation.

2. Poison termite gas deaths occur.

You’ll be surprised to know that numerous
human and animal deaths occur annually
from direct as well as indirect exposure to
all types of poison gas used in termite
treatment. Additionally, there are no known
antidotes for these extremely hazardous
poisons. They are so lethal that persons
contracting to have poison gas with tent
treatment performed, must first review and
sign a detailed written legal disclaimer that
discloses high risk health dangers of its use.

3. The solution is microwave termite treatment.

Those who seek termite treatment no longer
need to run the risk of poisoning, death or
health injuries associated with poison gas
treatment.

Microwave termite treatment is a safer way
to kill termites without tenting a structure
and filling it with poison lethal gas.

Be Well and stay healty
DavidJ11
(New York)

Posts:1


11/08/2012 5:14 AM  
You can refer more infomation about termite treatment cost at http://www.termietstreatmentcost.org, i think it can useful for you
TimB4
(Virginia)

Posts:16092


11/08/2012 7:17 AM  
David,

I initially thought you were a Spammer until I visited the site (with the correct spelling) and the site does provide various information.

This thread is over 2 years old. Typically it's best to start a new thread than to reactivate an old thread.

HarseW1
(Alabama)

Posts:2


09/05/2018 10:41 PM  
Hello All members,


The most effective method to Kill Termites

Prior to executing termites, it is critical to expel any simple sustenance hotspots for them. For some mortgage holders, this frequently implies moving the kindling heap from adjacent to the house. Any wood, blunder, or even paper trash that is close to a home's establishment can turn into a home for a settlement of termites to start. Make a point to crush out or haul out any stumps that are close to the home and some other plant-based garbage that is available also.

Termites additionally require a section point into the home to plague the inside of it. Ensure that there are screens set up on each outside vent to keep these irritations from moving in. Consistently review any decking, fencing, and other wood parts of the home and make a move to expel the vermin instantly on the off chance that they are found.

There are DIY, synthetic, and non-concoction arrangements that will evacuate a settlement of termites. The most widely recognized non-concoction arrangement is to introduce a boundary around the home. This normally happens when the house is being manufactured, however another boundary can be introduced in a comparative design to another waterproof film along an establishment.

Termites likewise battle to travel through sandy soil. Introducing an obstruction around your establishment, that is sand could back these nuisances off. Joined with steel work on any vent, this can be a viable arrangement. Certain parasites and nematodes have likewise been appeared as being successful at disposing of a termite province.

Certain compound arrangements are additionally endorsed for utilize and might be accessible through an online store, at a nearby equipment supply store, or through an expert irritation eliminator. The most widely recognized kind of compound answer for evacuate termites is using lure. The lure is set out around the region of the settlement, it bolsters off of it, and inevitably it ceases to exist. There are three other regular compound arrangements that are likewise endorsed for utilize.

1. Fluid pesticides that are particularly figured for termites and connected to the dirt.

2. Building materials that are as of now mixed with a pesticide.

3. Wood medicines that are connected as required.
GenoS
(Florida)

Posts:2580


09/05/2018 11:23 PM  
HarseW1, "disposing of a termite province"?

Please don't spam here. Especially in a thread that's 8 years old. It makes you look dumb. It also makes you look like a spammer because most spammers are dumber than a box of rocks.
DonaldF5
(Arizona)

Posts:5


09/08/2018 5:32 AM  
Thanks for sharing.
GenoS
(Florida)

Posts:2580


12/18/2018 12:53 PM  
Posted By HarseW1 on 09/05/2018 10:41 PM
3. Wood medicines that are connected as required.

This isn't even English. It's some badly robo-translated attempt to interfere in the 2020 US elections, isn't it?
EdF4
(Nevada)

Posts:1


12/18/2018 4:15 PM  
Well HOAers, after 25 years of successful field use and study, radio waves are the safest non chemical method of controlling wood pests. Not only has it proved safest, For HOA use it is the smartest, most economical means of wood pest control. If your HOA is not using this technology, your wasting money, time and convenience. Your also subjecting occupants to unnecessary health risks, including accidental death. You owe it to your self to educate yourself about this proven technology available for the control of wood destroying pests, (ie) drywood termites, wood destroying beetles and organisms (ie) Wood rot. To learn more visit WavelengthEMTS.com
KarlF
(Arizona)

Posts:5


12/18/2018 5:07 PM  
Posted By GenoS on 12/18/2018 12:53 PM
Posted By HarseW1 on 09/05/2018 10:41 PM
3. Wood medicines that are connected as required.

This isn't even English. It's some badly robo-translated attempt to interfere in the 2020 US elections, isn't it?



FYI - You need to excuse the Southerners proper English. I don't think it's a bot or a foreign agent.
When he speaks of wood medicines, I take it he is referring to the Termite Lures mentioned in his post.Lures being Termite bait in the form of an added chemical substance to the structure for the ongoing control of termites. Termite bait substances are transferred by the termite contacting them, to the entire colony eventually infecting them all. One such natural bait is a fungus which attaches itself to termites and feeds off them. The termites naturally die from the organism feeding and then the organisms die when no more termites are available to feed upon. At one time a bait as such existed called ."Bio-Blast" sold up until 2008.
MarcoT
(Alabama)

Posts:1


01/07/2019 2:50 AM  
Hello, HarseW1,

Thanks for sharing the most effective termite kill service so, please share termite control service company details it's urgent require these service please suggest me.

Thanks again!


RoyalP
(South Carolina)

Posts:307


01/07/2019 7:44 AM  
the MOST effective termite killer is Cyanide gas

little to no residual effects after dissipation

GenoS
(Florida)

Posts:2580


01/09/2019 3:07 PM  
Posted By MarcoT on 01/07/2019 2:50 AM
Hello, HarseW1,

Thanks for sharing the most effective termite kill service so, please share termite control service company details it's urgent require these service please suggest me.

Thanks again!



What's the most effective treatment against spammers (unsolicited commercial salesmen) and those who won't abide the Posting Rules? MarcoT seems to be inviting spammers here. Why come here to ask for information that's "urgently" needed when there is no shortage of such information online?
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