Termite Treatment

Termite Treatment

There is nothing worse than finding termites in your home. The fears and uncertainties associated with termite infestations can be resolved by consulting with a licensed termite operator. A termite operator can ease the fear of not knowing and provide solutions to prevent these pesky home vandals from causing further damage to your home.

Prime Pest Solutions eliminates the active termite infestations and provides treatments for continued protection. With our extensive knowledge and experience, we will propose the best treatment method for your home. We only use high quality termiticides, no cheap generic imitations.

Termite protection methods

There are many ways to prevent or control termites and protect buildings. These are physical barriers, chemical soil treatments, decays, and surveillance systems. Every building is unique and some types of methods are appropriate for one situation, but may not be appropriate for another. We have the knowledge and experience to determine the best method for each situation.

  • Physical barrier

These are heavy-duty physical termite barriers designed to provide strong termite protection around your home. These physical termite barriers are placed when a house is built or added to, specifically around a concrete foundation (or slab).

Physical barriers are the least toxic method of termite control for new buildings. This method isolates termite colonies from buildings by creating a complete barrier around or under the building’s foundation that termites cannot pass through.

  • Chemical zone

Chemicals are applied to the ground as a continuous chemical soil zone around and under the house. These chemicals do not create a defensive barrier that termites cannot crawl through. As a result, termites continue to forage the soil until they have ingested a lethal dose.

Termites are social insects that live together in large colonies, feeding and caring for each other. In doing so, the chemicals are transferred to other termites that may not be in direct contact with the treated soil. This indirect toxicity method can kill entire colonies by simply treating nearby buildings.

  • Chemical barrier

Chemical barriers or repellent works by applying an unbroken boundary of pesticides to the outside of the structure. This creates a zone or band of toxic soil that termites cannot pass through. It is important to understand that repellent chemical barriers may kill some termites that come in contact with treated soil, but these do not control termite colonies. This means that termites can still roam your property and attack untreated areas.

Creating an effective chemical barrier involves digging around the foundation of the structure and injecting the chemicals into the ground through a hole drilled into the concrete foundation.

Benefits Of Termite Treatment

Termite treatment is a powerful tool in protecting your home from the destruction caused by termites. These destructive pests can cause significant damage to your home and can be dangerous to your health if left unchecked.

The benefits to using our  termite treatment to protect your home: –

  1. Deterrent from termites: Termite treatment is designed to create an environment that is unfavorable for termites. This means that it can discourage them from trying to infest your home in the first place.
  2. Cost-effective: By taking preventive measures and investing in termite treatment, you can save yourself from costly repairs down the road.
  3. Protection of your home’s structure: Our treatments can help protect your home’s structure from the damage caused by termites.
  4. Peace of mind: Having your home treated for termites can help you have peace of mind knowing that your home is protected.
  5. Long-term protection: Termite treatment is designed to provide long-term protection against termites.
  6. Environmentally friendly: These treatments are designed to be environmentally friendly, so you can be sure that you are not causing any harm to the environment.

9 Tips to Avoid Termites In Your Property

  • Do not let the floor touch delicate wood.
  • Make sure the underfloor is well ventilated and dry.
  • Only hardwearing wood is used under the floor.
  • Do not store wood directly on the ground, under, around, or in contact with buildings.
  • Improve drainage and fix leaky piping to reduce available soil moisture.
  • Avoid garden beds around your home as they can break termite barriers and provide hidden entrances.
  • If you have garden beds around your house, do not make the ground level higher than the existing ground.
  • Replace bare tree garden borders or retaining walls with termite-resistant materials.
  • Remove dead trees and stumps as these become nesting grounds for underground termites.


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