allguard termite and pest control - guarding your environment!

805-642-7433

2186 Eastman avenue, ste 107, ventura, ca  93003

No Move Out Method


​At AllGuard Termite and Pest Control, our trained inspectors can determine the extent of your infestation and give you an honest evaluation of how effective a " no move out" termite control process will be for your home or structure. D-limonene based termite and pest control products are not considered an alternative to tenting as the two processes are completely different and offer different pros and cons. We take every household's requirements into consideration and will offer you the options that best fit the needs of your household.

Fumigation Method

Fumigations are an effective way to control dry wood termites. Fumigations do not have any residual. This means once you return to your home there is no need to wash dishes, furniture, clothing etc. Preparing is fairly simple. It includes carefully reading all documents provided by AllGuard. Trim plants away from the house and remove or bag up any consumables and medicines. Then plan on taking a two-day vacation. When you return, the termites are eradicated and you’re done. Rest well knowing you have the best fumigation guarantee in the industry! AllGuard will walk you through the appropriate methods to ensure that your home, plants, pets and family are safe. That's the AllGuard guarantee! 

Rod & Treat/ Trench & Treat Methods

These two treatment methods have always been the number one way to control subterranean termite infestations. AllGuard will trench/rod and treat the perimeter of your property with the industry's leading eradicator- Termidor.  Termidor has received consistent praise from the pest control community as providing a long-term, reliable and effective soil barrier. Termidor will protect buildings from subterranean termite infestation and has a remarkable capacity to adhere to the worker termites skin. It is then transferred back to eradicate termites en masse at their central colony nest. 

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