persons, domestic animals (including fish) and the live plants must be removed from the structure prior to fumigation.
mattresses must be removed along with any other mattresses or pillows that are enveloped in waterproof covers (or covers may
3. All items for human consumption (such as foods, beverages, and medicines),
which are not in airtight containers (such as sealed glass or metal) must be removed from the structure.
all flames, including pilot tights, hot water heaters, gas ranges, ovens, broilers etc. Turn off or unplug all electrical
heating elements such as those in heaters, pianos and organs. Shut off automatic switch controls for appliances and lighting
systems which will be included in the space to be fumigated.
order to ensure proper fumigation and aeration of your home, all cabinet drawers, closet and interior doors must be opened
a minimum of 4 inches. Blinds must also be raised and drapes and attic vents should be opened.
and tree branches may be damaged or burnt during fumigation therefore it is best to cut back enough foliage to allow the tent
to fall freely to the ground. In order to minimize foliage loss, heavily water shrubs, plants and grass which are located
adjacent to the structure before fumigation.
The Company will exercise due care In Its
fumigation procedures but WILL NOT be responsible for damages to any type of roof covering (I.e. tile), gutters,
solar heaters, foliage, or other inadvertent damage that may occur when properly performed fumigation procedures are conducted.
All awnings must be retracted by the property
owner to prevent damage.
The law requires that all
buildings be locked during fumigation. It Is important that you make key arrangements with our office.
the fumigation and aeration procedure, the Company WILL NOT be held responsible for vandalism, theft or unauthorized
entry. If you are concerned, we recommend that you obtain a guard during the fumigation procedure.
MUST NOT be shutoff as It will be required to run fans during the fumigation procedure.
must be clear of vehicles.
13. Fences attached to building must be detached by owner. Company will
remove fences if deemed necessary for proper treatment but will not be responsible for damage or reattachment.
screen areas attached to building (pool & patio) must be pulled back 18 inches.
obstructive articles such as antennas, guide wires, weather vanes, or satellite dish should be removed prior to fumigation.
The Company WILL NOT be responsible for changes In television reception once fumigation is completed.
tape or glue becomes necessary for sealing purposes, the Company will not be responsible for paint, plaster, residue lifting
off when the tape or glue is removed.
Company must be notified of any damages within 24 hours.
fumigated structure MUST NOT BE RE-ENTERED until it has been declared safe for re-entry by posted notice.
As perhaps you know, tent fumigation is heavy work. We take the position that we cannot be responsible for roof damage including
screening, tiles, antennas, ducts, gutters, ventilators, solar panels, etc. unless such damage is caused by our gross negligence.
If the building is sealed there is a possibility of paint chipping on removal of tape. The following have noted most but not
necessarily all potential liability factors, as many homes are unique as to that aspect. Please initial the box that you understand
the general liability statement as well as specifically obvious type liability factors. Please understand, however, that our
trained crews will endeavor to render a quality fumigation procedure with minimum inconvenience to you. The above facts also
apply to mobile homes, as this type roof is particularly vulnerable to damage. We will not be responsible for grass and shrubbery
damage. Mobile home roofs may become damaged due to weight of equipment. They are exclusively not covered
Your contract charge assumes the above will be provided or attended to by the client. Should the company incur additional
production man-hours or other expenses as a result of the client not providing any of the above, client agrees to amending
the contract charge to include these expenses. Current production man-hours charge $50.00.
TIME OF FUMIGATION: WHERAS OUR CREWS HAVE MANY JOBS
TO DO IN A DAY, IT IS IMPOSSIBLE FOR US TO PREDICT ARRIVAL TIME PRIOR TO ACTUAL JOB DAY. ALL WORK IS SCHEDULED GEOGRAPHICALLY.
SUMMARILY WE POINT OUT THAT ALL OUR JOBS ARE PERFORMED WITH THE SOLE INTENTION TO KILL THE TARGETED INSECT.
We assume no responsibility for delays or postponements due to acts of God or extreme, weather conditions, average
temperature below 55 or winds exceeding 15 miles per hour.
NOTE: it is possible that ants might invade your home after fumigation. This
occurs because the ants are feasting on the dead termites also at the same time you might see pellets (termite evidence) that
were left in the existing galleries and are now pushed out by the ants. It is also possible to find other live insects in
your house after the fumigation. This occurs because of the dosage of gas used in the fumigation might not be of the same
level needed to kill insects other than termites. Some pests such as spiders, which are not an insect, require much higher
dosage. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact our office