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Kill All Drywood Termites, Not Just The Visible Ones

When it comes to dealing with a drywood termite infestation in your home, fumigation is often the most effective and cost-efficient solution. Unlike alternative treatment methods, which may only target visible termites, fumigation kills all drywood termites in a structure, providing comprehensive coverage and ensuring that no termites are left behind to cause further damage.

In addition to its effectiveness, fumigation is also an affordable option for homeowners. Vikane fumigations, in particular, almost always cost less than alternative treatment methods. This makes fumigation an excellent choice for homeowners who are looking for a reliable and affordable way to solve their termite problem.

Furthermore, fumigation is a hassle-free option that doesn’t require you to do any extra work after the treatment is complete. Since Vikane fumigations have no residual, you won’t have to worry about washing dishes, furniture, clothing, or anything else after the fumigation is completed. You can come back to your home and be at peace, knowing that the termites are gone and you don’t have any extra work to do.

At Tiger Termite, we understand that dealing with a termite infestation can be stressful and overwhelming. That’s why we offer comprehensive fumigation services using Vikane to ensure that your home is completely free from termites. Contact us a

Prepare Your Home In Just 5 Easy Steps

Read the documents provided by Tiger Termite
Remove people, plants, and pets from your home.
Trim plants away from the house.
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Take your two-day vacation, and you’re done!

When you return you do not need to wash dishes, furniture, clothing, etc.…

More Information

Click here for: How to Prepare for a termite fumigation.
Click here for: What needs to be bagged before a fumigation.
Click here for a Vikane Fact Sheet.
Click here for a Occupants Fumigation Notice.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it necessary to clean clothing, dishes or countertops after the fumigation?

After the fumigation process is completed and your property has been certified as safe to re-enter, no additional cleaning of clothing, dishes, or countertops is necessary.

Will the fumigation damage my exterior plants?

While there is always a possibility of some impact on your exterior plants during the fumigation process, choosing a reputable fumigation service and preparing your property can significantly reduce the risk of plant damage. Experienced professionals will take necessary precautions to protect your plants and ensure minimal disruption to your landscape.

How long does the fumigation process normally take?

The fumigation process typically takes two nights to complete. This duration allows for sufficient time to treat your property effectively and ensure the elimination of pests. However, the exact time frame may vary depending on factors such as the size of your property and the severity of the infestation.

Does fumigation leave any residue?

Once aeration of the property has been completed, no residue remains.

Will the fumigation damage my roof?

In most cases, properties undergoing fumigation experience little to no roof damage. A professional fumigation service will take the necessary precautions to protect your roof and minimize any potential harm during the process. However, it’s essential to choose a reputable company with a proven track record to ensure the best results and care for your property.

What do I need to remove from my home while preparing for fumigation?

When preparing your home for fumigation, you should remove all people, plants, pets, and baby mattresses. Additionally, it’s important to either properly bag or remove all food items and medications.

Should I remove baby toys and/or pet toys?

Baby mattresses should be taken out, however toys do not require removal.

Does fumigation kill other insects?

Most insects will die due to the effects of a fumigation, although new insects can potentially enter afterwards since no residue remains.

How will I know it is safe to re-enter my home after fumigation?

The property will be tested and certified safe for re-entry, and the crew will place a re-entry sign on the front door.

Are there any alternatives to fumigation for termite control?

Yes, there are alternative methods for termite control, such as spot treatments, bait systems, and heat treatments. These options may be suitable for minor infestations or as preventative measures, but they may not be as effective for widespread or severe infestations. It’s important to consult a professional exterminator to determine the most appropriate solution for your specific situation.

Can fumigation treat other pests besides termites?

Yes, fumigation can be effective in treating a variety of pests, including bed bugs, cockroaches, rodents, and wood-boring beetles. The specific fumigation method and chemicals used may vary depending on the target pest. Consult with a professional exterminator to determine the most appropriate treatment for your pest problem.

What is your Fumigation warranty?

Tiger Termite’s fumigation warranty covers structures for three years against drywood termites and wood-boring beetles, with potential re-fumigation if necessary, but excludes coverage for bed bugs and loose commodity products. For more information, visit

At Tiger Termite, we are committed to providing our clients with reliable and effective fumigation services. If you have any further questions or concerns, our team is always available to provide the information and guidance you need to make an informed decision about pest control. Call Us at (909) 597-6953

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