Although often invisible, most mobiles homes and campers are (partially) built with a wooden structure. As this structure is often covered and therefore invisible, it can be hard to reach. If wood destroying insects, such as longhorn beetles, woodworms, common furniture beetles, and deathwatch beetles are present in the mobile home or caravan, fumigation is the ideal solution to solve this problem perfectly!
The mobile home or camper that is to be fumigated is first sealed gas-tight and protected against unauthorised access. Gas-tight tarps are used to accomplish this. The gas is then inserted into the construction, after which the concentration is closely monitored for a 48 hour period.
Once the right gas concentration has been inside the mobile home or camper for long enough to neutralise all wood destroying insects, the mobile home fumigation or camper fumigation process comes to an end, after which EWS ventilates the mobile home or camper until all residual gases have dissipated.