The Benefits of Microwave Over Fumigation

March 1, 2016by

While Hi-Tech Termite Control offers both tenting/fumigation extermination and microwave extermination services, we must admit that our microwave extermination option has unique benefits over tenting and fumigation. Let’s look into some of the benefits of opting for our microwave termite extermination services — as always, you can count on Hi-Tech for alternative termite treatments, we proudly provide service throughout Southern California, including in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange County.

Keep Living Your Day to Day

Unfortunately, with tenting and fumigation, you and your family will have to vacate your home for three days. Moreover, you’ll have to clear out your home of animals, plants, and items that are liable to be effected by a fumigation. On the other hand, microwave extermination isn’t so invasive. Carry about your day to day as our exterminating tech targets termites within your home.

Don’t Worry About Foods & Plants

Again, fumigation harms humans, pets, plants, and food. Any food or plants that are left in the house will be damaged, and most likely need to be thrown away. With microwave technology, you can leave your food and plants where they are (so long as they aren’t directly in the way!).

Stay Green

Fumigation is rather harmful for the environment, since the intent of fumigation is to sterilize your environment of pesky termites. Microwave termite extermination is far more “green” since it doesn’t release poison into the atmosphere. Microwave tech simply pulls a bit of electricity to perform an extermination.

If you’ve encountered a termite infestation, consider opting for our hi-tech microwave extermination technology. It’ll allow you to maintain your day-to-day, keep food and plants safe, and it’s the greener option. Get in touch with a termite exterminator here at Hi-Tech Termite today! We provide termite control services for our neighbors throughout Southern California, including those in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange County.