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New Vikane Website for Homeowners is Launched

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The new home page features insect images that when hovered over, share facts on those specific insects, their destructiveness and treatment.

| January 23, 2012

INDIANAPOLIS — Homeowners will find it faster, easier and more fun to learn about drywood termites and fumigation on the new Vikane gas fumigant website, TermiteTenting.com.

 Designed to be more interactive, the new home page features insect images that when hovered over, share facts on those specific insects, their destructiveness and treatment. In addition, the site now features a more prominent toolbar featuring “Your Fumigant Professional,” giving users a way to find a fumigator. The website also provides information on termites, bed bugs and preparing for fumigation, and several informational videos.

“Consumers will find this new site informative and easy to navigate,” says Justin Stewart, product manager for Vikane gas fumigant. “Our goal is to help preferred fumigators connect with and educate homeowners who want to learn how Vikane gas fumigant has been providing the only 100 percent effective way to protect their property from pests like drywood termites and bed bugs for more than 50 years.”

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