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How Fumigation Works
The fumigation process should generally only be considered as a “last resort” and should only be used if an infestation has gotten to the point where traditional treatment options will either take too long or run the risk of not working at all. This is most common with tiny but rapidly reproducing pests, such as fleas, flies, mosquitoes, or bedbugs. During this process, your home is sealed with a rubber canvas and its environment is loaded with a toxic gas that eventually eliminates all of the pests living in your home. This includes the space between your walls, in your flooring, and even in the attic over your head. However, because it takes time for air in these areas to change, this process can take several days to complete.
During the fumigation process, you will not be able to stay in your home. The gas used is toxic if ingested in large quantities, but it is extracted as much as possible before you’re given the all-clear to return home. Fumigation is a potentially hazardous operation, but your Yates-Astro professionals hold official certification to perform fumigations in a manner that ensures maximum safety.
Have any questions about the fumigation process? Do you think fumigation might be the solution to your issue? Find out more by contacting Yates-Astro Termite & Pest Control today!
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