1. Wood borer
Wood Borers are often confused with Termites. They are called woodborers cause their larva or adult eat and destroy wood. These damaging larvae are called woodworms.
Woodborers are detected sometimes much later after a new construction. The lumber supply used may have contained wood infected with beetle eggs or larvae. Some species will infest furniture.
Some beetles invade wood used in construction and furniture making
They are tiny beetles that feed on starch and the attack results in drop of powder from affected area. On surface shot holes are seen
SIPC Injection & fumigation treatment for Woodborers
- Borer activity is usually determined by the presence of borer holes.
- Pest Doctor offers Injection & fumigation treatment which is most effective to control wood borer.
2. Beetles, Moth and Lice
Beetles, moth and lice are the most common insect pests of stored grain and processed food products.
They are small enough to feed and hide inside the stored grains and will feed over clothing, rugs and other fabrics to all food materials and have their shelter over the same materials.
SIPC Disinfestations and Fumigation treatment
- SIPC offers disinfestations and fumigation treatment on continuous monitoring scheme to the time frame offered by the client.
- We offer various Fumigation Services such as:
- In-Transit Fumigation
- Bulk/Bagged Commodities Fumigation,
- Containers Fumigation
- Empty hold Fumigation
- Ship Fumigation,
- Stored Grain Fumigation
- Factory Fumigation
- Quarantine Fumigation
3. Snake Management
Snakes are the most dangerous reptile guests to our living places which are of lethal threat to human life.Snakes are legless, carnivorous reptiles.
The skin of a snake is covered with scales. Snakes moult by shedding the complete outer layer of skin in one layer. Older snakes shed its skin maybe once or twice a year. Younger snake sheds
up to four times a year.
Few snake species use venom to immobilize or kill their prey. The venom is delivered through fangs.
All snakes are strictly carnivorous, eating small animals including lizards, frogs, other snakes, small mammals, birds, eggs, fish, snails or insects. Because snakes cannot bite their food they swallow their prey whole.
Snakes do not ordinarily prey on humans. Unless startled or injured. Nonvenomous snakes are not a threat to humans. Although the possibility of infection and tissue damage is possible. Venomous snakes are fatal to humans.
SIPC Snake Management Treatment:
- SIPC offers preventive repellent treatments to avoid invasion of snakes to our property by using Carbolic acid and other chemicals.
Phosphine gas treatment will also be used at adverse situations to kill the snakes which are inhabited in the termite hills.
4. Honey Bee
Honeybees produce and store honey and construct nests from wax. A colony generally contains one queen bee(fertile female); a few thousand drone bees( fertile males) and tens of thousands of sterile female worker bees.
Honeybees help in pollination of plants. Honey bees feed on pollen and nectar. Pollen is the protein source for honeybees Nectar is a source of water and carbohydrates in the form of sucrose.
Drones are male, while workers and queens are female.
Honeybees live in colonies where the workers sting intruders as a form of defense, and alarmed bees release a pheromone that stimulates the attack response in other bees.
Honey bees are known to communicate through many different chemicals and odors, as is common in insects. They also rely on a sophisticated dance language that conveys information about the distance and direction to a specific location.
Honey bees may be beneficial insect but when they are found in residential and office complex they pose threat to the people.
SIPC Honey comb removal and Treatment:
- Honey comb removal is more technical and skill-oriented process, particularly at high roofs and elevated structures. It needs trained bee handlers.
- SIPC offers the best and safe technology to remove honey combs in all places without damage to the property and harm to the people.