South India Group
The South India Group of Companies is the outcome of earnest hard work; acquired knowledge and innovative ideology of a consortium of Agricultural technocrats under the stewardship of Mr.Baskar, the Founder Chairman and Managing Director of South India Pest Control Pvt. Ltd. (SIPC) and South India Facility Management Services (P) Limited (SIFMS). The visionary management has rightly foresighted the importance of service sector business and its perspective in India during late 1990’s and established this group of companies during 2002. sipc Initially, the ideology of this group is to provide only pest control services in India later it has entered in providing all sort of facility management services under one roof by considering the existing gap in Indian service sector industry. The team of professionals with innovative technical competency and greater level of fortitude is the success behind the South India Group of Companies. The range of our services will suit to varied range cliental features service needs of a small residence to corporate business premises.
Cockroach SIPC Gel treatment
* SIPC Gel Treatment is the best solution for cockroach control.
* A new generation low dose technology molecule Fipronil 0.05 % in gel food attractant carrier is used.
* SIPC Gel is applied in infected areas as dots in cockroach movement areas like wall corners, cracks and crevices in kitchen, bathroom, store room, shelves and wardrobes.
* This odorless, harmless gel can be applied at any time of a day without causing disturbances to routine work.
* Cleaning or washing the premises is not needed after this service.
* As this gel is attractive food stuff for cockroach single bite by one cockroach will be shared by 40 cockroaches.
Mosquito Borne Diseases
* Mosquitoes are the most important insect pests affecting the health of people and animals in all climatic conditions.
* Mosquito takes a blood meal as like that of a professional physician taking blood sample. It sucks blood by puncturing its mouthparts to the skin, injects a small amount of saliva into the wound and feed blood. The saliva makes penetration easier and prevents the blood from clotting during feeding.
* Effective mosquito control programme includes sanitation (removing food, water, and shelter), habitat disruption, biological control, mechanical control, self protection and chemical control.
* Mosquitoes are vectors of diseases like Yellow fever, Dengue, Encephalitis, Malaria, etc.
Termite Life Cycle
The life cycle of the termite begins with a mating flight, wherein swarming winged reproductive males and females leave established colonies and procreate. After fertilization, winged termites land and shed their wings, going on to form new colonies. These insects then become the king or queen termites of their newly established colonies. The queen and king termites are at the center of the termite life cycle and are responsible for reproduction.
After the fertilized queen lays her eggs, they hatch into pale white larvae. Over the course of several molts, these larvae grow to assume a role in one of the three termite colony castes: workers, soldiers and reproductive termites, also known as alates.
Workers and soldiers live approximately one to two years. Queen termites may survive for over a decade under optimal climate conditions.
Bed Bugs Life Cycle
* Bed bugs are parasites that feed on humans, using the blood to grow and reproduce. Bed bugs are also capable of feeding on animals, including dogs, cats, and other pets.
* Bed bugs typically bite the head and neck but they will also bite bare arms, hands, and legs.
* They live close to where people sleep, rest, or sit for long periods of time and are active at night and generally hide during the day.
* State of the art technology inputs.
* Good management practices.
* Quick and timely service as requested by the customers.
* 24 x 7 customer care.
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South India Facility Management Services (P) Limited established in the year 2002 was acquired by the South India Group of Companies during 2006 with the aim of bridging the gaps existing in facility and property management services available in India.