Tent Fumigation

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Tent Fumigation for Termites


If your property shows heavy signs of drywood termite infestation or if portions of the infested structure are not accessible by our licensed inspector, a recommendation for fumigation may be on your termite report. All of our fumigations are subcontracted. We use only the most trustworthy, safe, and professional company for fumigations in the Bay Area.

Fumigation Process

Your home will be sealed off from the outside air using a fumigation tent. The tent creates a sealed environment which traps the fumigants allowing them to work throughout the structure. After the tent has been checked for fitment, Vikane is pumped into the structure where it will remain for 24 hours. After that time, the building is ventilated for another 24 hours. The following day your home is certified safe to re-enter the structure.

No Move Out Termite Control Methods

Not looking for the inconvenience of bagging food items and moving out of your home? We offer several secondary local treatment methods which can completely eliminate accessible termites infestations. Your termite inspector will inform you of whether local treatments are right for you.

What About Wood Damaged By Termites?

Your home is 10 times more likely to be damaged by termites than by fire! Termites infest 1 in 30 homes across the country, averaging $8,174 for treatments and wood damage repairs. Our in-house construction team is staffed with specialists who can restore the integrity and appearance of your home.

Termite Treatment Guarantee

Drywood Termites: All of Elite Bay Area Termite’s High Pressure Injection Treatments or Fumigations are guaranteed to protect your structure for 3 years.

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Signs of Termite Activity
If you see any of these tell-tale signs of termite activity in your home or office, contact Elite Bay Area Termite Control for a full inspection: 1.888.611.TERMITE.

Kick-Out Holes: Termites bore through wood, leaving holes to “kick-out” waste material.


Mud Tubes: Subterranean termites live in the soil and build tubes through the base of the structure to infest the wood members.


Pellets: As termites eat their way through your structure, they discard their waste via kick-out holes. These pellets can be found in small piles below infested areas.


Swarmers: Reproductive termites leave the nest and fly to new locations to spread the infestation.