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Renovating, extending or building a brand new home?

The Building Regulations 2006 requires all new houses, including extensions to have some form of termite management solution against termite attack!

A new building must have its structural members protected against the concealed entry of subterranean termites in accordance with the Australian Standard AS 3660.1-2000

We can provide you with options to suit your needs and budget, including:Description of photo here

•  Chemical soil barriers
•  Physical barriers
•  Slab penetration shields/collars

Ultimately the local council must qualify the property for a Certificate of Occupancy upon completion of its construction. Therefore it is very important you ensure the structure is protected during the construction phase with a sufficient termite barrier by arranging Part A & Part B level certified protection for the dwelling.

We recommend that you consider a physical barrier termite management solution or chemical termite treatment for your next building project.

We have a proven record of providing outstanding, reliable and timely service. Our technicians are accredited and qualified to install both chemical termite soil barriers and physical barriers to protect newly constructed homes from subterranean termites.

Physical Barriers

HomeGuard is a Precision Termite Management System which works as a physical and chemical subterranean termite barrier in one. It is installed to the foundations of new buildings or extensions eg. Installed under/in slab
and the perimeter wall cavity.

This leading pest control technology is a safe solution for your workers and home owners, designed to provide a continuous barrier, which prevents the concealed entry of subterranean termites to the building for at least 50 years.

HomeGuard is also Codemark Accredited and approved for building work Australia-wide, providing certification within the requirements of the Australian Standards AS3660.1-2000.



Chemical Barriers

Termite chemical barriers or treated zones (using liquid termiticides). Treated zones stop subterranean termites gaining concealed access into your property.

Chemical barriers can be used as a prevention and/or treatment.
Non-repellent termicides are preferred and should be re-applied approx every 3-5 years.



Reticulation Systems

With minimal disruption of external soils, the TermX replenishment system can be installed and up and running in no time. Once chemical treatment can be carried out at your convenience with no drift into the surrounding environment.

This gives homeowners great peace of mind to know that chemicals won’t be being sprayed into the air and local environment.

The system should be recharged every 3-5years.

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