Spraying for termite treatment part a & a part b to all new commercial factory and warehouse, new extensions to homes, footing spray, house renovations, subfloor, timber deck sprays and house stump chemical sprays for part a, and part b. We can install any type of physical or chemical barrier in accordance with the code AS3660.1 before or after any work has been completed, certificates are certified by a professional termite controller in Melbourne.
Depending on when the concrete slab needs protection by your council or building surveyor needed to install termite protection, nonetheless, we highly advise that you do this. Installing termite protection below the concrete slab is called a termite collar (penetration) – if you don't do this, you will need to pierce and inject the slab to get your certificate of compliance AS3660.1. When building a new house on a slab, or extension on sumps, or just a small renovation in Melbourne, you will need to get this signed off by your building surveyor, and they will ask for a termite protection part a and part b certificate of compliance AS3660.1 in Melbourne, and if the builder has not done this scope of works, then the surveyor will not sign off the job to get your certificate of occupancy, prices can start from $550 upwards.
Chemical impediment systems are generally used in combination with slab-on-ground erection. Conventional chemical treatments include a chemical reticulation system under the slab and around the perimeter of the building. AS 3660.1 define the process to provide a chemical system that will discourage termites from obtaining concealed admission to termite-susceptible sentence structure in the building. Section 8 of the Standard does not refer to any specific chemical. However, it allows us of any compound that is registered for the proposal by (APVMA).
Termite Sprays/Foams: Termidor® Foam has been specifically made as a dry foam that builds and holds in place, ensuring the action is evenly spread throughout the infested area. With the added advantage of an unsurpassed 25:1 expansion ratio, Termidor Foam will permeate intricate termite workings and carton material without dissipating and turning to water as other foams drip away. Termidor Foam should be applied directly to termite walls (including bivouacs) in trees, stumps, posts, power poles, mounds, and wall cavities. Termidor Foam can also apply to termite activity when the nest cannot be located, such as active workings in timber and wall cavities and sometimes in bait stations.