09-07-2010, 11:30 AM
hello..pls pm termibait's contact pls. my house got "attacked". Thanks
13-07-2010, 11:27 PM
Cannot wait anymore, found another termite road in my store room, just received 5 DIY baiting box today and stick the box on the termite road, so share with everyone here, will come back again share the result once done the baiting. good luck. also thanks jameskaki for the reply.
Originally Posted by Lim Ai Lee
14-07-2010, 12:00 PM
I will be out of town until Sunday 18th July. Please email Me if nd advice. Tq.
19-07-2010, 09:37 AM
hi guys, drop by to share my baiting status, so far so good,
there is no life termites left. One of the box is almost completely eaten. i think is really works! I spend less than one-tenth of the professional pest control fee.
Is there any advice on prevention? please share
19-07-2010, 01:21 PM
The fact is even hexaflumuron And chlorfluazuron will need a period of 8 to 12 weeks to eliminate a colony of coptotermes. I m wondering this company could provide any scientific data to prove what it claims. Ie. 3weeks to eliminate a colony. Remember tat no termites in the box does not mean they are already eliminated. There are more factors to be considered before a confirmation is made on termite elimination status. This includes change of population quota, activities, and so on.
I m fully Support Of DIY and had suggestEd to do DIY for a few clients too.however, u must purchase only proven products not only by word of mouth but oso from the company and relevant auhorities. Good luck and wish our homes are termite free forever.
03-08-2010, 08:11 PM
my house under attack
pls pm me.
03-08-2010, 09:19 PM
u v pm
Originally Posted by faizalchew
u have pm.
16-08-2010, 10:44 PM
Can you please PM me your contact number? I would like to have an inspection on my house.
21-08-2010, 06:23 PM
Special thanks to Forumers for your support. We are now expanded to Sdn Bhd and is also offering other services...PM me if you are interested.
Originally Posted by benzyun
08-09-2010, 06:46 PM
Termibait photos n updates can b found via facebook. Tq
19-09-2010, 10:59 AM
It's end of the year with monsoon seasons. This means more rainwater n termites are migrating and more active due to floods in their nests. Do check ur house for signs of termite before Christmas and CNY. Good luck
12-10-2010, 11:18 AM
Just checking if anyone got the answers.
I'm staying in a double storey linked house. My question is, will termites infest the roof?
I've heard people were saying that the roof portion is too hot for termites.
While I've heard since it is a double storey, infestation will most probably starts from your ground floor. If anyhow it reaches to your roof, I guess the ground floors wood will be completely gone by then.
How true were these 2 statements?
13-10-2010, 05:52 PM
If i may answer your question
Termite may attack roof as roof trusses are mostly made of timbers. No place is too hot for termites as long as they could source water,food(cellulose based ), and right temperature. Yes, temperature in the roof may be high but mud tube can cover the heat and termite move inside the tube....
Originally Posted by titan4444
First of all, termite may enter a premise via ground or flown into the premise.
Ground = Enter via ground beam - wall cracks, pipe connecting ground to first floor in wall, concealed electric cable in wall, from neighbour(cross- infestation).
Roof = Fly into the house or cross infestation from neighbour/immediate next neighbour. ( Once alate/reproductive, widely knowns as "water ant" in cantonese, fly into a premise, they will find a cracks,dark area discard their wings and start mating. if the temperature is right,with food and some water....there it goes, a termite colony is begining to create havoc in the premise.
You may see termite infestation in the roof only in certain houses mainly due to prolonged water leaking issue not being rectified. or cross infestation from neighbour houses....(termite still find their way back into ground/soil) You do not see them does not mean they are not in your first floor or ground floor....
Quote :"If anyhow it reaches to your roof, I guess the ground floors wood will be completely gone by then." .....Termibait answer : not really...If the floor is made of solid wood which is difficult to chew compared to the roof trusses....termite is quite CHOOSY when there are choices...they tend to chew on softer wood/timber....so your floor may still be intact with mild infestation as compared to the infested roof.....
14-10-2010, 05:17 PM
Thanks Termibait for the info.
I was just curious because I asked for an inspection on my house. The guy used a thermal scanner and scanned around the house. but he only scanned the ground and 1st floor. He did not went up the roof to scan. I asked why he didn't scanned the roof. He replied that the house do not have infestation, so it is not necessary to scan the roof. It will be on the roof if the house is in major infestation.
That's why I'm asking the question. I got worried because my neighbour have termites problem.
15-10-2010, 08:47 PM
There is still chance tat termite may attack ur roof as cross infestation is possible. However, if there is no water leaking in it roof n ur neighbor's termite problem is confined to ground only. Then, it is vry unlikely tat ur roof is attacked by termite. But, it is always safe to have ur roof checked for peace of mind. Of cos, it comes wit a price too. Jus like the thermal imaging scanner u had jus engaged them to do. Anyway, it's thermal imaging or termatrac scanner?