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Wood treatment

Tiger takes care of your wood and guarantees it for 10 years

Wood treatment


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Tiger is your specialist in the treatment of frames against xylophagous insects.

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We work in the treatment of wood, frames, furniture ...

Whether preventive or curative , our wood treatment experts will find the most suitable solution to keep your frame or your furniture in good condition.

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How to recognize the signs of an infested frame?

  • Galleries on the surface of the wood

  • Sawdust under the beam

  • Small visible holes

  • Noises in the frame (we can sometimes hear the noise of wood-boring insects working)

Know that if you notice one of these 4 signs on one of your beams or furniture, it is time to bring in a professional to carry out a survey as quickly as possible.

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How is the treatment carried out?

  • Logging / Brushing : stripping of the still healthy wood using a stripper or an ax then brushing in order to remove the sawdust.

  • Drilling : 2/3 of the beam in order to insert in staggered rows every 35cm of the wood injectors

  • Injection : at very high pressure in the wood injectors so that the insecticide and fungicide solution reaches the heart of the wood and deeply treats the beam

  • Double spraying : at low pressure it allows a slow impregnation on the surface of the insecticide and / or fungicide solution in order to improve the persistence and therefore avoid any rapid return of xylophagous insects

  • Attirez son principal prédateur: la mésange! (A l'aide d'un petit nid par exemple)

  • Plantez des bouleaux, son odeur est un très bon répulsif anti chenilles

  • Se munir de barrières physiques tel que les éco pièges

  • Se munir de barrières chimiques tel que le bacille de Thuringe (insecticide 100% naturel)


Si vous voulez en savoir plus, vous pouvez toujours contacter un professionnel qui vous aidera à trouver une solution adapté à votre situation.

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Comment s'effectue le traitement contre les chenilles processionnaires?

  • Identification: Identification de la zone de traitement et des arbres à traiter​

  • Mise en place du dispositif: Traitement par procédé 100% écologique. Des éco pièges (collier placé autour de l'arbre avec accroché des sachets plastiques remplies de terre) sont placés le long des arbres à traiter

  • Les passages: Passage d'un technicien dès que nécessaires pour vider le contenu des sacs en vous débarrassant des chenilles à l'intérieur

  • Il est possible de réaliser ce type de prestation à titre préventif, pour ne pas vous laisser surprendre et sécuriser vos extérieurs.

Pourquoi se protéger et traiter les infestations de chenilles processionnaires? 

Why and when should you protect your frame against wood-boring insects?

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Wood is a natural, living material known for its longevity when properly cared for. This one undergoes various and varied attacks of various parasites (fungi, insects, larvae ...)

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The most common but also the most harmful, in the region of Var and the Alpes Maritimes, are xylophagous insects, commonly known as Wood-eating Capricorns. They are capable of completely destroying a frame.

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You should know that new constructions are treated and have a 10-year guarantee against all xylophagous insects.

It is therefore important at the end of these 10 years to carry out regular checks and preventive treatments in order to avoid an infestation.

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Tiger recommends polling every 2 years to prevent infestation.


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For all your problems related to xylophagous insects that attack your beams, your frames, your woodwork ... you can count on our teams:

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