Once your project is complete, the local council and building surveyor must qualify the property for an AS3660.1 termite certificate of occupancy. By installing part A, you must make sure that the building or home is protected from termites during construction. After completing part A and B, you will receive our certification. Part A, also known as a penetration pipe collar, is the most typical termite protection around the pipe and is installed under the concrete foundation of the house. If there are no underground pipes, Part A will be applied as a termite chemical barrier before the concrete slab, brick piers, stumps, or footings.
Termite protection for all steel frames, commercial factories, warehouses, and buildings is one of the pre-construction services offered. Certificate of compliance for part a and part b of AS3660.1 on termite protection is required for all new commercial factories and warehouse construction. The following items must be installed for termite protection: part A termite collars around the rises and part B for the neighboring factories; a reticulation system around the perimeter of commercial properties; and, if the steel factory or warehouse has no adjacent properties, a chemical barrier, which you should confirm with your building surveyor, if applicable.
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Part A and Part B of the chemical spray installation are separate pieces. In order to prepare the site for the slab pour, Part A treatment is finished. When the paving is put in place, part B application is done all around. Then, to inform prospective owners and inspectors of the termite management system(s) installed, a durable notice sticker is permanently fixed to the building in a conspicuous location, typically the electrical meter box.
You may be able to get a part a and part b approval for the job by pre-treating the house, garage, or building with a chemical barrier or bait stations to keep active termites from entering. If the house is on a slab, steel frames, subfloor to stumps, or brick piers, this treatment is applied around the perimeter to prevent termites from entering any hidden spaces. Depending on the stage of construction, you have a few options to choose from.
When you need a certificate of compliance with AS3660.1 for all commercial factory, warehouse, and residential constructions, including home repairs, home extension, steel frames, and the installation of new decking, you have missed your termite protection for parts a and b. For each new or used extensions or pergola, we will provide the appropriate treatment, certification and sticker required for the building approval. Your performance solution report states that all new construction work must use termite prevention that complies with AS3660.1. Consult your building surveyor for more information, or get in touch with us to discuss your alternatives for the required work.
Protection against termites before construction for new homes that are single, townhouses, or renovated existing homes. However, the provision of a certificate for either part a or part b (3660.1) will be in compliance with Australian Standards if you're building a new home or want to add a barrier to a house extension. Before the concrete slab is finished, Part A, which is the most typical termite protection, is wrapped around all pipe collars for penetration and electrical conduit. Part B is the installation of a chemical perimeter barrier, reticulation system, termite blanket, etc., after the slab has been completed. This is accompanied by a certificate of compliance and a sticker for the electrical meter box. (NSW) Sydney, Northern Territory (NT) Darwin, Queensland (QLD) Brisbane, South Australia (SA) Adelaide, Tasmania (TAS) Hobart, Victoria (VIC) Melbourne, Western Australia (WA) Perth