Wood Borers are tiny beetles whose larva feed extensively on wood. The adult make tiny holes on wooden surface before flying out. The Powder then begins to fall out from these tiny holes. This is the first sign of infestation in the furniture.
Treatment : The control measures depend on the nature of premises to be treated and is determined by a thorough inspection of the borer infested woodwork, keeping certain aspects of their life history and habits in mind and the severity or extent of damage caused.
A suitable oil based residual insecticide is injected into the tiny holes made by the insects in the woodwork supplemented with a thorough application of the insecticide to all the exposed surfaces of the infested wood.
Frequency : Two treatments at an interval of once a month’s treatment and followed by two checkup visit after one months under contract period of four months.