ANTI- TERMITE TREATMENT
The anti-termite treatment is a chemical process to provide the building with a chemical barrier against the underground termites before and after construction work. This process accomplishes for masonry, wood, soil, and electrical fixtures to provide the building with a chemical barrier against the underground termites. In the early stages of building construction, soil treatment is applied to a building with the help of anti-termite treatment and it provides the building with a chemical barrier against the underground termites.
Anti-termite treatment is a chemical procedure carried out for soil, masonry, wood, and electrical fixtures to provide the building with a chemical barrier against the subterranean termites before and after construction.
TYPES OF ANTI-TERMITE TREATMENT
PRE-CONSTRUCTION ANTI TERMITE TREATMENT
Treating the soil beneath the building and around foundations when it is still in the process of construction is a good way to prevent termite infestation. Pre-construction anti-termite treatment is attracting attention throughout the world. The soil in immediate contact with the foundation and floor structure of a building is treated with an insecticide that kills or repels termites thus forming a toxic barrier that is lethal to termite entry. Pre-construction anti-termite treatment is done in the early stages of construction so as to prevent termite infestation in the constructed building.
Post-Construction Anti Termite Treatement
After the completion of the construction of the building, this treatment is conducted and normally consists of reusing termiticides to the soil around the foundation. For termite control, it also treats the floors of rooms by making holes under floors and fills them with chemicals. To existing buildings that are already attacked by termites, this treatment is applied.