Termite Control - Termite Inspection
•Part A and Part B The Building Code of Australia (BCA) requires that buildings, during construction and use, must reliably resist termite actions. The BCA provides two deemed-to-satisfy options for the protection of buildings where a subterranean termite hazard is present.
•Termite inspection is carried to find out if you have live termites in your home and moisture detection when buying a new or old home on any pre purchase inspection AS4349.3-2010.
•Termatrac t3i machine is what we use to pick activity to see if the termites are live. If the radar machine goes into peaks and valleys and we have high readings for moisture detection, then we have a termite infestation. The machine picks up vibration that the termite are working in your wall. And we also look for damage to all timber floors, walls, foundations, subfloor, structural support beams, roofs and ceilings that have termite damage in Melbourne.
•Our termite pest inspectors & building inspectors are accredited in building and fully licensed builders. Our timber pest inspectors have undergone a pest licence and have completed units 5, 6 and 18. We are fully covered with public liability and professional indemnity insurance.
•Termite treatment and termite protection work is carried out by rapid pest control Melbourne. We do all kinds of protection work from a small termite protection AS3660.1 2014 to a large termite treatment AS3660.2 2000. All termite certificate of compliance Part A and Part B treatments are given after the completion of the job.
•The treatment has been tested to stop termites from eating the timber on your home in days and is only toxic to to you. The treatment eradicate termites from framework within 3 months and provides protection as a soil barrier from on going termite damage.
•Termite Protection & Treatment AS3660 Certificate is a physical or chemical termite barrier. It comes in different stages of a new building going up, or it can be to treat a existing home for termites. Part A is for a new home termite construction, house extension and old renovations. For example termite pipe collars, brick piers, stump and footings, is a chemical barrier, or it can be physical barrier. Termite penetration collars is Part A and it goes underneath the concrete slab. Part B is a physical barrier and it's a termite blanket installed just after the concrete slab is finished. Termite reticulation system is Part B and is installed before the concrete. If you miss Part A & Part B As3660.1 at the start, you don't need not to stress as we can do Part A and Part B at the end and this will give yoy a certificate for termite protection is required in accordance with as3660.1
•Specifying your home's termite management system (preconstruction new building works termite barrier) is one of the most important agreement you will make when building your brand new home. The accord of a termite management system is to avert hidden termite entry points and reduce the risk of termite outbreak.
•Even if you will need to comply with council regulations to get your ‘Termite Certificate of Occupancy’ or you want to make your home or building against long term termite attack, Rapid Termite Control are the Melbourne termite professionals to provide you with fast service. We can do a variety of building pre-construction termite control methods to suit your needs.
•We offer a Part A and Part B physical and chemical pre-construction termite barriers and can do a suited for your needs. We use products that are safe and non toxic and kid safe for you and your family. There is no smell and use only the best quality materials that are water-based insecticides in our termite barriers for new home builders.
•Installing a termite protection system for a new home or building it is necessary to select the right products to accommodate with the correct construction features of the new building. Insalling an unified termite barrier system that prevents covered termite entry into your new building.
•Termite protection systems products can generally be brand as chemical termite barriers or a physical termite barriers. In many cases a combination of both physical and chemical products can be applied.
•A physical termite barrier can be a metal strip over the stumps (or “ant” capping). Although these are still used today, there are different physical termite barrier products that used today to protect your new home being built.
•Operation of liquid termiticide to soil under the house and stumps around the perimeter of the home, and we can provide a very direct chemical termite barrier for AS3660.1 Part A and Part B certificate of compliance.
•These chemicals last for 8 years, they don’t last for 50 years. like the protection as a termite blanket for the slab on ground! Although, it is important to to meet regulations for the BCA building code of Australia, and at the end you will get your termite certificate of compliance.
•Termite protection for house renovations, extensions and landscaping.
•Although most builders of new homes are very much aware of the need for Part A and Part B termite protection AS3660.1, often termite protection are missed by a experienced builder. Any additions to a home extensions or internal house renovations or decking, needs to be guage at the first planning stage to see if their is potential termite entry holes and the slab edge is protected.
•External house extensions such as decking and pergolas, and landscaping alterations bordering to the house such as concrete paths, driveways and landscaping, also all need to be gauge to complete termite protection systems As3660.1 slab edge on ground to meet the regulations of certificate of compliance.
•To make a concrete slab as termite proof as you can, it is best to use both physical and chemical barriers to boost its durability. While a home owner or builder has to make sure to put down a physical barriers in were they belong, both barriers can only be installed by licensed pest controllers to get your your certificate of compliance.
•When building a home or you are looking to protect your home from termites entering from the concrete slab. Termites are able to mud tunnel through small holes in the concrete. A concrete slab can test to be one of the more active long term physical termite blanket barriers.
•Termites will look for any entry holes that they are able to adventure in their search for hunger and food. Edges of slabs are notably at danger, while holes for termite penetration collar pipes may provide the perfect crack for entering termites if they are not put in place. If the concrete slab is at or beneath the ground, then the risk of termite will increase.
A Termite treatment can cost anywhere between $500.00 to $2,000 depending on: the size of your house; the type of termite protection to your home.
• 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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