Fumigation For Cockroaches

Is It Really Fumigation?

Fumigation generally involves the following phases: First the area intended to be fumigated is usually covered to create a sealed environment; next the fumigant is released into the space to be fumigated; then, the space is held for a set period while the fumigant gas percolates through the space and acts on and kills any infestation in the product, next the space is ventilated so that the poisonous gases are allowed to escape from the space, and render it safe for humans to enter. If successful, the fumigated area is now safe and pest free.

This subject can become a technical debate of ”Is this treatment really a fumigation?” most people get it mixed up with the fogging treatment, where a fog of pesticide is released inside a particular area in order to kill pests. Regardless of what you call it, this is usually a heavier treatment than spray where the client has to leave the premises for a few hours until it the fog settles down.

There are many different treatments to get rid of cockroaches, I’m sure we will have one that fits your situation best.

Call Bruce today on 0417 251 911 for advice or to arrange an inspection.