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Payne Pest Management tackled the challenge to fumigate this distinctive five-story, 3.5 million cubic-foot building with 92 units in San Diego, California, after heat and localized spot treatments failed to control a drywood termite infestation.
You’re tasked with fumigating a condominium complex, home to 540 residents, that spans 14 buildings and 10 million cubic feet — all at once. Read how two companies join forces to fumigate 14 buildings infested with termites.
JFK’s historic bomb shelter and maritime museum in Southeast Florida are treated for both drywood and Asian termites.
Home to lepers and their caregivers, the infested residence was by far the most difficult to reach for fumigation crews because of some of the world’s largest cliffs surround the colony. Creative thinking to overcome challenges lead to the successful fumigation at this residence in the Kalaupapa National Historic Park on Moloka‘i island.
The historic Tuttle Mansion, an ornate Victorian built in 1899, currently home to several businesses is fumigated for drywood termites.
Slow and steady wins the race against termite infestation at this historic landmark in Gainsville Florida.
Read how fumigation was the ultimate solution for controlling bedbugs in this 18-story, 4.8 million cubic foot building in Dayton, Ohio.
Read how tablet computers and the bags used to transport them to and from school provide attractive harborage sites for bedbugs.
McCarthy Pest & Termite Control in St. Charles, Missouri, fumigated a home infested with more than 6,000 brown recluse spiders.
A powderpost beetle infestation in a convention center requires creativity. Read about the creative strategy put into play to fumigate the massive Palm Beach County Convention Center.