House Fumigation Prices In South Africa

What is House Fumigation?


Fumigation is the process of securely enclosing a house in a large tent or a series of tarps so that the pesticides can be safely released inside the sealed space. This technique ensures that fumes permeate the building and suffocate any pests living in your home.

House Fumigation Prices In South Africa

In most instances, the price is calculated based on the volume of goods as well as the preparation and gas used. For a Methyl Bromide Fumigation, you’re looking at a minimum of R2 600. 00 as it’s an expensive hard-to-come-by gas. An Aluminium Phosphate Fumigation for Moles can start from as little as R1 300.

How long does it take to fumigate the house?

Fumigation can take from six hours to one week depending on the type of infestation, dosage, temperature, size of the structure, and other factors. What does the fumigant smell like? Structural fumigants are odorless.

How do I know if I need fumigation?

5 Signs That You Need to Fumigate Your Home

Seeing Termites. One of the first signs of having a bug infestation is that you see a bug.

Finding Droppings. If you see bits of matter around your baseboards, in your mattresses, or your cabinets, you have a bug issue.


Unexplained Holes.

Bubbling Paint.

How long should you stay out of house after fumigation?

You’ll have to make arrangements to be away from your property for a minimum of 24 hours but some fumigation appointments may take as long as 72 hours to completely dissipate the chemicals inside. Licensed fumigators should be the only ones entering your property after the tenting goes up.

Is it safe to stay next to the house being fumigated?

Thus, is it not considered dangerous to live next to a house that is being fumigated for termites? However, as a precautionary measure, it is not advised to stay near the premises during the tenting. Once fumigation is over, the tent is lifted and the chemicals escape into the atmosphere.

Do you need to remove clothes for fumigation?

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Clothing and other fabrics like furniture, toys, bedding, mattress, towels, and more are not affected by the fumigation process. You do not need to place any of these items in special bags. You also do not need to remove them from the house.

Does fumigation affect electronics?

Methyl iodide fumigation damaged light-emitting diodes and optical films in computer displays that were powered on during fumigation. Methyl bromide and methyl iodide can cause damage to electronic equipment, but the damage seems to be limited to organic materials rather than the corrosion of metal surfaces.