Since founding in 1947, Johnson Group has been specifying and excelling in termite control. From the over 70 years of experience and the drive to be better, we have developed a system for termite control procedures and employees training. Nonetheless, Johnson Group is keeping up with the latest innovations, introducing multiple cutting-edge device to make our termite control service more accurate and efficient.
12-month Warranty – Truly Resolve the Problems for You
Upon receiving the termite reports, our team will first conduct an on-site inspection and evaluation. Then there will be 3 mandatory services in the 1st, 2nd and 8th month* within the contract period*. From date of the 1st service, we will provide a 12-month warranty, which covers all the extra investigations and service for free if the termite problem reoccurred in the period of time.
Full Treatment For All Wooden Materials Used in Renovations
Indoor renovations often involves a lot of raw wooden material with natural finish, which looks simplistic and natural. However, natural finish means that the material had not been treated for termite prevention, which makes them easy targets for termites.
For clients who are undergoing renovation, Johnson Group will take care of the all the wooden material involved for free, including the wooden floor, door frames, ground skirts etc. So that you would not have to worry about termites again after moving in.
*The actual termite control schedule and procedure might differ according to the infection situation, constructions, and environment. Feel free to contact us for more detail.
The first one will be termite swarm during early spring, a swarmer is a reproductive individual within the colony. Swarmers emerge from the ground or soil and mate in flight. They then drop their wings. When mated females find suitable habitats (with moisture and wood), they are then ready to begin laying eggs and forming a new colony.
The second method is that, subterranean termites access aboveground wood in buildings through protected cracks and cavities.
Using the low toxicity termiticide can cover all the cracks and crevices, preventing them from invading your home.
Bayer Premise® SC200 Liquid Termiticide
Johnson Group’s Exclusive Equipment
FLIR® Thermographic Camera
Thermographic Termite Inspection – Infrared thermography is the easiest and quickest method to detect heat and moisture in structures or buildings. An infrared camera shows exactly where the problems are and helps focus termite professionals’ attention allowing them to properly diagnose areas with termite activity.