People driving by a tented house may wonder what the huge tube running up the side of the tent is for. The tube, or duct, is one component of the CAP protocol for flushing fumigants out and fresh air in. Implemented three years ago, the California Aeration Plan (CAP) is a safety plan for the aeration of fumigated structures. CAP’s goal is to lower the exposure of workers to fumigant gas in the performance of their jobs: putting up and taking down fumigation tarps (or tents). What CAP means for California homeowners is even more assurance that when they enter their home after a termite fumigation, it is clear of fumigants.
California Aeration Plan Protects Homeowners
About the Author: Janet Thrasher
For over 35 years Thrasher Termite & Pest Control, Inc, has grown by referrals and by establishing a reputation of excellence. I am a big believer that providing exceptional customer service is the cornerstone of any successful business. I and my staff go out of our way to accommodate homeowners and real estate professionals who bring their business to us. --Janet Thrasher, Owner