Pre Treatment - Termite Treatment


Termite Treatment Part A & Part B Prices From $550






























Termite Australian Standards


•The BCA makes it a very easy exercise to find out what termite protection is in order at your home. Your builder must make sure that copies of documents outlining the termite protections is suited to your home, and this is installed to your property. This is called a ‘termite management notice. Most likely, you’ll often find one inside your electrical meter box. The Australian standard with AS 3660.1–2014 code Termite management Part 1: New building work providing tools to manage termite risks to both existing homes and new construction.



Termite Cheap Treatment



•A Cheap Termite Treatment will usually be done using cheaper generic materials that is a repellent type, and this kills on impact. These chemicals will repel (kill) Termites away from the treated area and will not take it back to the nest. Cheap repellent chemicals are not used by us, if you require a long-lasting termite control treatment we highly recommend using Termidor to get the longest lasting work backed up by the manufacturer and the support by the supplier, so that's why we only use recommended chemicals that are backed.



Termite Chemicals


•Rapid is a professional termite company in Melbourne, we only use a water-based product-Termidor fipronil termite chemical. This is a non-repellent termiticide and has a transfer effect by contact through grooming and feeding. Termidor has no smell, odor or effect on soil micro-organisms, earth worms and plants, and has a very long residual against both subterranean termites and dry wood termites. Termidor is a non-repellent, “transfer poison”. It is unnoticeable to termites once it has been put to the ground. Termites will actually unseeingly enter the treated area, where the Termidor course bind to their cuticle. Once this has come into sight, it is only a matter of time before they perish. And time is not on their side. Termidor’s unique Transfer Effect™ provides that the Termidor is passed from one termite to the next and as an outcome, even termites that have not straightly come into touch with the treated area can pick up a poisonous dose.


Termite Chemical Depth


•The termite chemical used must penetrate in the soil around your home to a depth of at least 110mm. To achieve this, the termite guy will dig a small trench around the house. If the chemical doesn't go down all the way, the chemical will not be productive and give you protection from termites that come beneath the ground. We dig a trench around the house evenly at the correct depth, so the chemical could work at full capacity of strength. Treated areas are there to protect both new and existing structures may be installed using a mixture of classical spraying and digging and termite reticulation systems. Spray tools should be calibrated to deliver a continuous-pressure high bulk spray. It is approved the minimum width of any treated soil treated area is 82 mm.



Termite Chemicals Types


•Termite chemicals types can vary in cost and to form an effective termite barrier you have to use 5 liters to every 1 L/M (e.g. the average small house treatment uses 400-500 litres of termite chemical). While other termite companies may apply only 4 litres of chemical per metre (L/M), we use approx 10 litres of per (L/M)). With Rapid you can be sure you're 100% an effective termite barrier treatment of your home. There are 4 types of approved termiticides available for this type of protection is Fipronil, Bifenthrin, Chlorpyrifos and Imidacloprid. They all work unlike to the other, have many unequal brand names associated to them. They also have different life spans, ranging from 2,6,8 and upto 10 years.


Termite Colony


•Some termite colony can be repelled easily before the termites enter your home. However, those that are already in between the walls often try to spread through out the house and wall cavity. After applying a liquid foam, termites that are already spread into the cavity wall will die from dehydration due to lack of moisture and will take it back to the colony, and after that we do a minor treatment outside.



Termite Control Cost


•Most homeowners pay $880 for the average termite treatment or typically $220 and $880 cost. Larger infestations or difficult system, like extermination with a barrier, could cost $1,200 to $3,500 or more. Every termite treatment cost vary in price, depending on the size of the home and the land and how many chemicals would go into the treatment, that's how we work out the termite costing.



Termite Control Methods


•There is only a few different termite control options you can do, one is a full soil treatment to AS3660 in the ground at 300mm down and a full perimeter of your home is treated with a long-lasting termiticide Termidor. This kills the termites if they attack and approach your home. The other option is to use termite bait stations that are always active, and this will take it back to the nest and kill the queen.

Termite Do Die On Their Own


•Termites need moisture to last and will die if naked to any light or accessible air for a more short period of time. Their tunnels shelter them from the aspect. Habitat: Normally they live in the ground, but can be raised from ground level as sufficient moisture is current. They need to be in a damp ground, rather in blunt contact with timber, in line to remain.

Termites How Bad Are They


•Termites, how bad they are, is that they can eat about half a kilo of wood each day. It may not seem like a lot, but when they are in your home, you can be in big trouble. The fact is that termites continue invisible when they attack your home. By the time you finally discover them, the termite damage has already been done, and the extensive damage will cost your you more than expected.

Termites How Long Do Live After Treatment


•How long do termites live after treatment after a liquid treatment normally will last up to 8 years. 8 years is about the time period for most treatments. If you find live or dead termites in your home disregarding of getting a chemical treatment done soon, it is most likely because they found a gap between chemical treatment, but that is very unlikely to happen.

Termites How To Get Rid Of


•Termites can cause major damage to your home if they have half a chance. The best way to help yourself is to be able to find the best solution that will help you get rid of this termite problem. How to Get Rid Of Termites is what everyone wants to no. Products we use after sprays, fipronil foam, fipronil dust, termite bait stations, and they're the only treatment options we offer.

Termite How To Kill


•If you're looking for the right answers on how to kill termites, you've hit the nail on the head. Yup, there comes a time that your home needs to be termite free. The best way to kill these little white ants is the to do a chemical barrier treatment around or below the ground. Killing termites is very easy but Killing the termite queen requires some expert skill which is only done by an expert.


Termites How To tell


•How to tell if you have termites is tap on your plaster wall and listen for hollow sound in the wall cavity. Termites eat timber from the inside your cavity wall and if you tap on your wall with the end of the screwdriver handle, you may notice a different type of sound coming from that area where the termite damage is. Tight closing doors that are hard to close and windows hard to close, and this may be a sign that you have termite damage.

Termite Inactive Damage


•Active termite invasion means that live termites are directly feasting on your home. Inactive means there's some sort of previous termite damage, but no live termites at this present moment. If you see live termites and know there's an active nest close by. If you don't see any termites, that doesn't mean it's inactive, but have a thorough termite inspection when termite damage is active or inactive.

Termites In The House


•Termite question asked, when you see termite swarmers, either alive or dead, inside or outside your home, you need to control these termites before they enter into your home. There are a few reasons why termites have advanced the nickname silent destroyer in your home and will only appear where there is moisture or some sort of water problem from your shower, a leaky tap or your down pipes are blocked.


Termite Inspection


•Acting a full termite inspection of your home will also enable Rapid Pest Termite to provide you with a correct appraisal of your termite treatment cost. By capturing a better feel of the problem you are handling with, we can help you out on the best treatment and tell you how much it will cost in Melbourne. Termite inspection can cost anywhere between $150 to $500 depending on: the size of your house; and land size; the type of termite inspection to your home; and if the house is double or single story.


Termite Management Chemical Types


•Synthetic pyrethroids like bifenthrin are mostly less toxic than many of the previous insecticides which were illegal in Melbourne in the 1990s. Termidor fipronil notably effective against termites as it is a non-repellant. This route measure of termites will travel through the treated area without detecting the chemical and take it back to the nest, therefore polluting other termites.


Termite Protection Problems


•It’s vital that you commonly check and take steps to control that the slab edge termite protections is installed around your place. Failing to do so may void your insurance and your builder’s warranties insurance. A thorough, rapid pest inspection by a qualified and licensed pest controller is the only way to detect a termite issue with your termite protection cost $880 to $5500 or termite management system that is in place.



Termite protection Part A & B


•Termite Part A & Part B AS3660 the construction of a new home must comply with Australian standards to comply. Australian Standard AS 3660.1 comes in different stages of termite treatment that is installed of the new building construction. Termite treatment system in new homes is considered such a preference that comes in stages of inspections by a building surveyor specifically targets on the termite management system as it’s installed correctly. Building your home can’t go ahead to the next phase unless the termite protection has been installed and complies with Australian standards by the BCA. If it doesn’t comply, at the end of the build you will not get your termite certificate of compliance.


Termite Protection AS3660.1


•Termite protection AS3660.1 in a new home construction is called a termite management system of physical or chemical barriers installed at different stages in the building construction process. They aim to deter subterranean termites from attacking your property that you have built. With termites responsible for hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage annually across Melbourne Vic, the Building Code of Australia (BCA) demands that newly built homes, units and townhouses are built with a termite protection management system in order. Prepare a termite protection in place and installed and checked regularly by a professional in Melbourne.


•Part A termite protection is a plastic Sx collars are installed on all pipes that come from the ground up through the concrete slab, this includes electrical conduits as well. The collars slide down from the top of the pipe and sit underneath in the concrete slab.


•Part B termite protection termite blanket is installed on the perimeter on the edge of the house slab. This is nailed to the top of the slab and sits below the timber wall framing.


•Termite Management Notice sticker outlined the works and extent of termite protection system measures in place around your home is taken out. It also contains noted information that identifies the type of product used if a chemical-based or physical termite protection was carried out. You can then check the manufacturer’s blueprint for information as to how long they’re likely to be effective for and how long it will last.


•There are two types of termite protection: Physical barriers & Chemical barriers


•Given the subterranean termite’s hunger for warfare, it’s not odd for a result of the two systems of termite protection to be in place in newly-constructed homes being built.

Termite Queen


•A chemical treatment is one of the common treatment methods that involves by repelling or killing the termite queen, before they invade your home or as they head back to their colony after leaving the structure of you to be home pest free. To kill the termite queen you must use a non-repellent chemical, and this product will kill the queen very fast if the chemical is applied the correct way.



Termites Quotes For Control


•In this plan you will get the correct basic termite quote for the correct treatment to control. Lots of people make a fault of only getting a termite quote from a non-reputable termite quote company. If you're looking for a termite control contractor, ensure their treatment plan is correct. Also check that your termite control service is certified and licensed to carry out the work.

Termites Spread From House To House



Termites can move from house to house if they do not kill the termite nest. Houses that were built at the same year and time, in the same area normally get termite an infestation at the same stage. Termites are all year-round, and they spread most of the time below the ground. If your house been always termite-free, it could turn into a full termite problem if the active close by.

Termite Sublfoor Control



•Most common termite subfloor errors in regard to termite damage and shows a timber house with no clearance and no subfloor ventilation. The subfloor is usually made of yellow tongue or just tassie oak boards and this is called termite food. The floor joists support the subfloor and the subfloor are connected to the top-floorboards. With different approaches can be carried out for the best termite protection can be sprayed, and we need to have at least 400 mm clearance to complete the job.

Termite Treatment Cost



•A termite treatment cost for a termite barrier will usually cost start from $660.00 to $5500 depending on the size of the house and size of the land. This is only recommended for existing homes or buildings, so prices can changes due to the size if the damage. Over the phone, Rapid can tell you the price of a termite treatment just by telling us the size of your home or structure.



Termite Treatment New Construction


•Termite treatment to all new pre-construction for all new homeowners, building surveyors, builders, large developments and draftsman should be aware that the Building Code of Australia or BCA, and the Australian Standard is AS3660.1-2014. All newly built homes that are a preconstruction need to comply with the new Building Code of Australia (BCA)



Termite Treatment Price Comparison



•The cost for a Termite treatment Price Comparison will vary between $1,200.00 to $3,500.00 for a 12 sq home to 35 sq home. This cost will usually include a barrier treatment if termites are active at your home. The termite treatment cost for an approx 8 bait station is normally around $800.00 and cheaper if there is no chemical used. Bait stations are only used if we can't apply the termite chemical.



Termite Treatment Quote


•The cost for a Termite treatment quote will vary between prices from $550.00 to $5,400 for a small to large home. This quote will usually include a treatment if termites are live in your home. A termite barrier spray or chemical is a non-repellent, and this is used to kill the termite queen by taking the product back to the queen. Most chemicals will last for up to 8 years in the ground, if the treated area is disturbed, the termites can enter back into the home.



Termite Worst Suburbs



•The worst suburbs in Melbourne for termite zones are in areas where the ground holds a lot of water and moisture in the ground, and most of all the old suburbs where there is a lot of big gum trees 50-meter radius from your home. Termites love old trees and are known to attack houses close by. Most inner suburbs are affected and here are just a few examples of the temite hot spots, Caulfield, East Malvern, Footscray, Hoppers Crossing, Mernda, Newport, Parkdale, Port Melbourne, Truganina, Williamstown, Werribee, Yarraville and the neighboring suburbs are the termite hot spots in Melbourne.



Termite What We Do



•As a termite company in Melbourne, we carry out a full inspection before we start. When we locate the termite infestation, and then we will inject the walls with termite foam and then allow 2 – 4 weeks for the queen to die. After a few weeks we will drill holes around the perimeter, dig trenches and then inject and spray around the house for a prevention spray, so the termites do not enter back into the house, and this generally last 8 years with TERMIDOR which is known to be the best on the market AS3660.



Termite treatment will impact the total cost you pay

•How much does inspection of termite control cost? $250.00

•All Pre Termite Treatment Prices Start At approx $1,200.00 In Melbourne

•Cheap Termite Treatment for a quick fix would cost between $440.00 to $880.00

•Termite baiting costs around $800.00 to $2,500.00 and must be repeated at a cost of around $900.00

•Termite treatment with a spray, dust or foam may cost between $220.00 and $550.00 depending on the size of the house

•Soil treatment is the longest lasting of keeping termites away from your home. Approx cost $1,200.00 and $3,500.00 repeated every 8 years

•Expect to pay in Melbourne from $250.00 for a pre-purchase pest inspection, and $300.00 - $800.00 for a combined building & pest inspection


• Pre construction termite protection • termite protection under slab on ground • Australian standards termite protection AS3660.1 • post construction termite treatment methods • termite protection around the pipes • pre construction+termite treatment procedure • termite protection when building a house • termite concrete slab protection • termite protection requirements Victoria • termite part a & b termite certificate • termite trenching to treat soil • around a concrete pier or foundation • concrete drilling and rod injection • treat soil underneath a concrete slab • rod injection treat soil around the perimeter of the home







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