Termite Inspection - Treatment

Termite Inspections & Termite Treatment

•Australian Standard 3660.1 - 2014 Termite Management notice - New Building Work is referenced in the Building Code of Australia that is the (BCA) Part A and Part B. New building work provides tools to conduct termite risks to both current structures and after the development of new buildings carried in and around structures. Termite protection is required in accordance with AS3660.1.

•Think you may have found Termites in your home or Termite Damage in Melbourne? Whatever you do, don’t panic and think your house will to bits. We are here to help you. Rapid Termite Melbourne services most inner suburbs of Melbourne and can provide advice, most times. Once a termite infestation has been identified and by us, we’ll show you how to stop and we can get rid of it quickly and prevent it from recurring.

•Most people do not enjoy using chemicals in their homes, to control termites and in an effort to avoid using these dangerous chemicals they want to use more of a natural termite pest control treatment. The application of termite control is not harmless and then the natural methods. One of the best termite treatment control methods of repelling against the termites so you can make use of a carnivore or their attacker against them.

•As you would expect, most folks don’t want to put these types of dangerous chemicals in their house for the logic that, though they may be alive for controlling or killing termites, many of us fear their potential side effects that may have not yet been studied. For this sense, lots of people will seek out natural termite pest services as an option for termite protection. Nobody wants to use all those dangerous termite pesticides when they can be controlled with simple natural, termite service items that are safe for your family and the planet.

•Houses and properties are rarely perfect and there may be lots of issues and defects that are “HIDDEN” under that wall or roof. An untrained eye and without a moisture detection machine will not be able to see what is behind that wall, but with the help of a skilled pest controller, you can uncover those termites that are hidden away. We can help make that decision for that property you are looking to purchase.

•We will do a building, pre-purchase property pest & termite inspection in Melbourne, all home reports ordered by you in accordance with this agreement, and you agree to pay for the inspection on or before the day of the work has been done or inspections have been completed in full.

•Our timber pest inspectors are accredited in training and are fully licensed builders. Our termite inspectors have undergone training and have completed units 5, 6, and 18 to carry out timber pest inspections. Rapid pest control is fully covered with public liability and professional indemnity insurance. Company policy.

•Termite treatment and termite protection work is done by rapid pest control Melbourne. We do all kinds of termite work from small termite protection systems Part A and Part B AS3660.1 2014 to a large termite treatment AS3660.2 2000. All termite certificates are given after the job has been done.


•Termite protection & treatment AS3660.1 2014. The certificate can be a physical or a chemical termite barrier. It can be at different stages of a building project or just to treat an existing home for termites. Part A is for new house pre-construction, home extension, or just a renovation. For example, termite pipe collars, brick piers, stumps, and footings, is physical and chemical barriers. Termite penetration pipe collars are Part A, and it's only done under house slabs. Part B is a chemical perimeter barrier at the end of the build. Part B is a termite blanket as well around the perimeter of the slab edge and it's installed just after the concrete slab is finished, before the framework. A reticulation system is part b option and is installed before the pavement goes down. If you miss Part A at the first stage, you don't need to worry as we can do Part A and B at the same time.

•There are a few ways you can protect your home that is commonly used during pre-construction (or adding a building extension or a pergola) is the installation of a physical termite barrier system - such as a termite blanket and a pipe collar - to reduce future termite protection system requirements AS3660.1 Part A and Part B.

•The system components vary depending on your needs or building surveyor (or council) requirements. These are designed to be active for the structural life of the building for currently 50 years.

•The goal of using physical termite barriers is not the same as soil treatments, it is different - this will manage termites from getting into your house.

•Physical barrier systems can also serve other purposes in your home, like protecting, retaining walls and other structures.

•Pre-Construction termite protection systems, slab on ground is the best way to avoid the termite problem in the near future. Termite problems in the building stage of a project will help reduce or eradicate the termite problem in the future.

•Termite Collars are put on building structures built on concrete slabs. They are put on around all plumbing pipes and electrical conduit that are under the slab, Forbid termite entry through the ground, this is a small cost you have to do in the building process of your new home.

•We have a few options through which we provide pre-construction termite protection for your home, the first is a physical barrier that can be installed around your pipes before construction of the slab. The second type of barrier will be a termite blanket around your slab, this is done before the timber frame goes up. This is a procedure that's carried out by the building code of the Australian standards As3660.1. All certificates of compliance are given out once the job has been completed.

•The process of a long-term physical barrier is to refuse termites living underground access to entry of a building or your home. There are lots of methods used by builders and it depends on your council requirements, but with councils and building surveyors making termite protection part of the building permit, to meet Australian Standards 3660.1 so you can get your termite certificate of occupancy.


•Liquid termiticide barriers are mostly used as they are the most used when termite blankets are can not be installed to protect your home. The most common termiticide used in this operation is a repellent that suspends the effective ingredient. Once the suspended particle comes in contact with the ground, it will create a formal barrier which is called a termite protection slab on the ground. This termite application is great for areas where are apple id can be an issue, such as house extensions, decks, and full extensions for AS3660.1 termite certificate of compliance.

•Part A and Part B termite treatment in pre-construction slab edge termite protection in stages include several ways that must be carried out to make sure that you have a termite-free build construction. Treating the soil before any slab on ground placement with insecticides is the most common design of termite treatment AS3660.1. This will form a chemical barrier between the ground slab edge and this will prevent the insects from entering the building.

•Termite Treatment & Protection Prices Below

•Most Termite Treatment prices start at approx $1,200.00 in Melbourne

•How much does protection of Termite Barrier cost? approx $1,200.00

•Cheap Termite Protection for a small job costs between $440.00 - $880.00

•Termite Baiting prices begin $800.00 - $2,500.00 - the annual cost of around $900.00

•Termite Protection with a Spray, Dust or Foam may cost between $220.00 and $550.00 depending on the size of the house

•In Melbourne from $250.00 for a Pre-Purchase Pest Inspection, and $300.00 - $800.00 for both building & pest inspection

•Termite Soil Protection is the longest barrier to getting rid of termites away from your home. Approx cost $,200.00 and $3,500.00 done every 8 years

• How to kill termites • Termite control options • Cost of termite treatment • How to get rid of termites • Termite inspections and reports • Signs you may have termites • Getting quotes for termites removal • Hiring a pest controller cost • How do you know if you have termites • How common are termites in Melbourne • How much does it cost to control termites • DIY termite control and prevention for termites












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