The vastly experienced, accredited, and fully licensed Pest Police team, with help as required to quickly and professionally identify where an infestation is, without needing to damage any surface. Once it has been located, the Pest Police inspector will identify the type of termite, and recommend suitable Termite Removal Chemical Sprays and other relevant treatments. Our team always take the time needed to fully explain the situation and answer any questions often-anxious homeowners may have.
Termite Removal Chemical Sprays
What courses of action might be recommended?
There are a wide range of possibilities for professional treatment of a termite infestation. For example, some Termite Removal Chemical Sprays and other treatment options include:
The latter of these can also be carried out to prevent the presence of subterranean termites, dealing with them before they strike. Such courses of action do give many Melbourne home owners that much needed peace of mind. When skillfully undertaking such treatments, our proven processes can see us use established and trusted products such as:
Why should Melburnians choose Pest Police?
There are a wide range of reasons why so many people in the Melbourne area contact our Pest Police team for our Termite Removal Chemical Sprays services:
If you need help with termite infestations, or require an inspection for a current property or proposed purchase, contact our Pest Control experts now.
Termite Inspections Chemical Sprays
FIND INFESTATIONS EARLY ON
Termite Inspections Chemicals Sprays experts know that as termites work quite efficiently in destroying structural timbers in your home, it is imperative that annual termite inspections are carried out to detect an early infestation. If you have trees nearby, then you may have termites nearby as well! Our experienced Termite Inspections Chemical Sprays technicians can alert you of any potential dangers around your property and test drill high-risk trees, if necessary, for a termite nest.
For many new buildings, the creation of a chemically treated layer of soil surrounding and under the building can take place. This can allow an integrated soil barrier, together with the use of some physical barrier methods, to pipe penetrations within a concrete slab.
UNDER THE SOIL
The termiticide may be applied to the soil under the slab and around the footings, construction joints, pipes, conduits and other structures of the house during construction to create a horizontal barrier. Further loosened soil around the perimeter of the house, including around all pipes and service facilities, is treated after construction to form a horizontal barrier.