La Costa Casa Grande

Thank you for choosing Accurate Termite and Pest Control for your community’s fumigation.

This dedicated web portal contains all of the information you need for your upcoming fumigation.

What you need to do:

1. Attend One Townhall Meeting (Find My Meeting Dates)

Sign your disclosure and notice of compliance
Pick up your allotted Nylofume Bags (20 per unit)

2. Bag and Store Perishable Food, Medications, and Supplements

See a list of food items that need to be bagged and bagging instructions below.

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3. Provide a spare key to your unit and leave all rooms accessible

NOTE: All keys are left in your unit with the door locked once we clear your unit. Be sure to have access to your unit other than the key you provide to avoid locking yourself out.

4. Vacate Accordingly

What you need to know:

The entire process is detailed in this video:
Information about Vikane®, the product being used:

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Online Webinar

Wednesday, April 20th, 6 PM

When is my unit being Fumigated?

Vacate by:

Tuesday, May 10th, 8 AM

Return after:

Thursday, May 12th, 12 PM

FAQ's:

The Structural Pest Control Board published the following document with Frequently Asked Questions regarding whole structure fumigation.

9 Comments

  1. Lucia Garcez Doria Amaral

    Does silverware (spoons, forks, knives, etc.) have to be bagged or taken out of the property?
    How about clothes, towels, bedding, handbags?
    Can I give the spare key to project manager at site on the morning of tenting/fumigation? Or can I leave the key under the front door mat?
    Will fumigation company and SDGE leave the front door key back under the front door mat when it’s done?

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      As far as turning in your spare key for the fumigation, there are a couple of options.

      1. You can turn it in on the morning of the fumigation by leaving it under your doormat the morning of the fumigation.
      2. You can leave it in a lockbox and provide us with the code.
      3. You can give it directly to the crew chief (no one else) when the crew arrives to start the fumigation.

      Regardless of your preferred choice, please send me an email letting me know how you will be providing your key. My email is [email protected].

      Kitchen utensils and other household items do no have to be double-bagged. Only edible food items. The fumigators will leave your key locked inside of the house at the end of the fumigation. Each resident is responsible of having someone home between 12pm and 6pm to allow SDG&E entry to restore your gas service on the last day of fumigation.

      These and many other questions will be answered in detail during your scheduled webinar meeting. Be sure not to miss it!

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      • Lucia Garcez Doria Amaral

        Hi Ozzie. Thanks for your reply. I will either leave the key under the front door mat or will give it to the crew chief, what’s his name?
        I’m at work today till 10PM, so I will try to watch the webinar, but not sure if I will be able to as I work at a gym and is crowded and loud, but will try.
        You said the crew will leave my key locked inside the house, I don’t understand, as in order to lock and leave the house one has to be outside the house.
        How about clothes, does one have to wash and dry cleaning every piece of clothes left in the house?
        My plants are too heavy, so I will try to remove them, but if I am unable to, I will leave them where they are now.

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  2. Lucia Garcez Doria Amaral

    Not sure if the key will fit through the threshold, but one can try, if it doesn’t fit, it can be left under the front door mat or give me in person as I will be there at noon on Thursday, 04/20.
    Do mouth wash, tooth brush, tooth paste need to be double bagged? How about dog and cat food (dry and non dry) that hasn’t been open yet?
    Thank you Ozzie. Let me know.
    Kindly,
    Lucia Garcez Doria Amaral

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  3. Lucia Garcez Doria Amaral

    I have asked a few times without an answer, this will delay fumigation, as I don’t know what exactly needs to be bagged.
    Please answer question: Do mouth wash, tooth brush, tooth paste, dental floss, eye drops, cat and dog food dry and wet unopened and already opened need to be bagged?????
    Best,
    Lucia

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      I’m so sorry Lucia, I’m not sure why the last question and answer are not showing up. Hygiene products do not need to be double-bagged. This includes toothpaste and mouthwash as they are not considered edible. The same applies to eye drops and any other products not intended for oral consumption. Pet food DOES need to be double-bagged or removed from the structure. The only exceptions are any canned food that has never been opened or food in a factory-sealed glass container.

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  4. Laurie A Tetreault

    Ozzie,
    I am the next of kin for Dennis Wagner at 2374 Caringa Way #D. I live out of state. He passed away on 1/26 and I am handling his condo and cleaning it out to be sold. It will be not be lived in at the time of fumigation, and I will be there this weekend to ready it for your team. I just learned of the fumigation and am trying to figure out what to do with the key and the arrangements for SDG&E. Are you in the area? Is there a designated lockbox I can leave the key in? Anywhere on the property I can leave it or give it to Dee Rowe? Would you get back to me ASAP with some ideas of how to make this work? Thank You.

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      Hi Laurie. I’ll be sending you a private email shortly.

      Reply

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