Laurel Point

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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22 Comments

  1. Michael Sumner

    Ozzie and Ze did a great job !! Thanks

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      Thanks Michael! It was a pleasure to have you join us!

      Reply
  2. Amy

    I am still a little unclear on what food items do not need to go in the plastic bags you have provided. Do all food items that are factory sealed- ie: cereal, chips, candy, pasta need to go in the bags? Are the only items not necessary canned goods or sealed jarred food items? How about frozen foods that are still factory sealed? Do you have detailed information about the food items that do and do not need to be stored in the bags?
    What are these bags called? Where can I get more at a better price?
    Thank you

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      Hey Amy. The “factory sealed” exemption only applies to glass containers and canned goods. Cereal, chips, candy, pasta need to be double bagged regardless if the items have ever been opened or not. Frozen foods that have never been opened must also be double bagged. The bags used are Nylofume bags. Be buy them from a company called Univar, but you might also find them from different sellers in different quantities. Remember that hygiene and cosmetic products do not have to be bagged.

      Reply
      • sheila

        What about factory sealed plastic containers, such as soda or condiment bottles, over the counter medication, etc? Do these need to be bagged?

        Reply
        • Ozzie Camacho

          Hi Sheila. I advise that you double bag plastic containers as well. The fumigation planning guide may tell you that it’s okay to leave out if it’s factory sealed, but in my experience, it is better to double bag them.

          Reply
          • sheila

            Thanks. To confirm, plastic water bottles are ok to leave out, but plastic bottles containing anything other than water should be bagged?

          • Ozzie Camacho

            That’s correct, Sheila. I appreciate you being proactive to prepare.

  3. Amy

    Do I need to remove wine bottles – whether screw top or cork? How about coffee sealed in foil packaging, still factory sealed?
    There was also a comment about storage containers in the garage. I have several stacked one on top of another. Do they all need to have the lids cracked open? I’m not sure How I can crack them and keep them stacked where they are. Do you have a recommendation for this?
    Thank you

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      Hi Amy. Wine bottles can stay as is only if they have never been opened. Items in foil packaging must also be double bagged. You do not need to unstack your storage containers. If you cracked them open it would be helpful during ventilation. This can be done by wedging a pen into the lid. But even they are not cracked open, that would be fine.

      Reply
      • Amy

        Thank you

        Reply
  4. Yara

    Hi, Who do I contact to provide the code access?

    Reply
  5. Trina Murrietta

    Hello Ozzie,
    What is the is your email address so we can communicate in regards to key exchange?

    Thank you,

    Reply
  6. sheila

    Hi Ozzie,
    On the first call, you mentioned that you weren’t yet able to tell us if our entire patios would be tented or if there might be a safe location on the patios to keep plants outside the tent. Have you had the chance to come out and view our patios? If I gathered my plants in the corner of my patio, this area would be well over 3′ away from any building walls. Thanks!

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      Hey Sheila. I have seen some of the patios and have noticed that they differ from unit to unit. The other variable that I noticed was that some patios are quite empty while others are quite full. Overall, be ready to have the entire patio covered, but we will still make every effort to avoid doing so if enough of the perimeter has been cleared away. Feel free to email me pictures in order for me to have a better idea of your patio in particular.

      Reply
  7. MJ

    Hello, I know you mentioned it in the webinars but can you provide the dates of when the bags will be provided (as another reminder)? Thank you again!

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      Bags for phase one were delivered last friday, Phase two had the delivery go out today, and phase three will receive bags next Friday.

      Reply
  8. Dora Mcintyre

    Where do we put info for lockbox? I don’t see it anymore on the website

    Reply

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FAQ's:

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

22 Comments

  1. Michael Sumner

    Ozzie and Ze did a great job !! Thanks

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      Thanks Michael! It was a pleasure to have you join us!

      Reply
  2. Amy

    I am still a little unclear on what food items do not need to go in the plastic bags you have provided. Do all food items that are factory sealed- ie: cereal, chips, candy, pasta need to go in the bags? Are the only items not necessary canned goods or sealed jarred food items? How about frozen foods that are still factory sealed? Do you have detailed information about the food items that do and do not need to be stored in the bags?
    What are these bags called? Where can I get more at a better price?
    Thank you

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      Hey Amy. The “factory sealed” exemption only applies to glass containers and canned goods. Cereal, chips, candy, pasta need to be double bagged regardless if the items have ever been opened or not. Frozen foods that have never been opened must also be double bagged. The bags used are Nylofume bags. Be buy them from a company called Univar, but you might also find them from different sellers in different quantities. Remember that hygiene and cosmetic products do not have to be bagged.

      Reply
      • sheila

        What about factory sealed plastic containers, such as soda or condiment bottles, over the counter medication, etc? Do these need to be bagged?

        Reply
        • Ozzie Camacho

          Hi Sheila. I advise that you double bag plastic containers as well. The fumigation planning guide may tell you that it’s okay to leave out if it’s factory sealed, but in my experience, it is better to double bag them.

          Reply
          • sheila

            Thanks. To confirm, plastic water bottles are ok to leave out, but plastic bottles containing anything other than water should be bagged?

          • Ozzie Camacho

            That’s correct, Sheila. I appreciate you being proactive to prepare.

  3. Amy

    Do I need to remove wine bottles – whether screw top or cork? How about coffee sealed in foil packaging, still factory sealed?
    There was also a comment about storage containers in the garage. I have several stacked one on top of another. Do they all need to have the lids cracked open? I’m not sure How I can crack them and keep them stacked where they are. Do you have a recommendation for this?
    Thank you

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      Hi Amy. Wine bottles can stay as is only if they have never been opened. Items in foil packaging must also be double bagged. You do not need to unstack your storage containers. If you cracked them open it would be helpful during ventilation. This can be done by wedging a pen into the lid. But even they are not cracked open, that would be fine.

      Reply
      • Amy

        Thank you

        Reply
  4. Yara

    Hi, Who do I contact to provide the code access?

    Reply
  5. Trina Murrietta

    Hello Ozzie,
    What is the is your email address so we can communicate in regards to key exchange?

    Thank you,

    Reply
  6. sheila

    Hi Ozzie,
    On the first call, you mentioned that you weren’t yet able to tell us if our entire patios would be tented or if there might be a safe location on the patios to keep plants outside the tent. Have you had the chance to come out and view our patios? If I gathered my plants in the corner of my patio, this area would be well over 3′ away from any building walls. Thanks!

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      Hey Sheila. I have seen some of the patios and have noticed that they differ from unit to unit. The other variable that I noticed was that some patios are quite empty while others are quite full. Overall, be ready to have the entire patio covered, but we will still make every effort to avoid doing so if enough of the perimeter has been cleared away. Feel free to email me pictures in order for me to have a better idea of your patio in particular.

      Reply
  7. MJ

    Hello, I know you mentioned it in the webinars but can you provide the dates of when the bags will be provided (as another reminder)? Thank you again!

    Reply
    • Ozzie Camacho

      Bags for phase one were delivered last friday, Phase two had the delivery go out today, and phase three will receive bags next Friday.

      Reply
  8. Dora Mcintyre

    Where do we put info for lockbox? I don’t see it anymore on the website

    Reply

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