Remedial Versus Preventative Termite Control

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Conventional methods for controlling termite populations are through preventative and remedial treatment. Termite control through conventional approaches has been successfully utilized for over five decades.

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Remedial Versus Preventative Termite Control

  1. 1. REMEDIAL VERSUS PREVENTATIVE TERMITE CONTROL
  2. 2. These preventative measures are utilized when there is no defining evidence of ongoing termite activity either inside the structure, or around its exterior. Preventative termite treatment options are usually renewed each year, with or without a warranty. More info on: http://www.goldcoasttermiteprotection.com.au/termite-control/
  3. 3. Termiticides are typically utilized when existing activity of termites has been detected. Typically, these treatments are used on entire exterior perimeter of the home or building structure along with locations on the interior where activity is present. More info on: http://www.goldcoasttermiteprotection.com.au/termite-control/
  4. 4. Safeguards – Advancements in termiticides technology now provide a variety of safeguards to protect the structure against a subterranean termite infestation. More info on: http://www.goldcoasttermiteprotection.com.au/termite-control/
  5. 5. Environmentally Friendly Options – Preventative termite treatments are less intrusive than remedial solutions and require less preparation. Limiting the amount of chemicals produces environmentally friendly solutions for the residential or commercial property owner. More info on: http://www.goldcoasttermiteprotection.com.au/termite-control/
  6. 6. Long-Lasting Protection – Minimally intrusive chemicals used as a safeguard against termites can provide long-lasting protection to the building structure. Homes and commercial properties can be protected for years against the harmful damage caused by termites. More info on: http://www.goldcoasttermiteprotection.com.au/termite-control/
  7. 7. Minimizes Chemical Use – Using preventative measures reduces the need to continually treat the interior of the building structure and living spaces. Application of termiticides can be localized to specific areas where normal activity of termites occur. More info on: http://www.goldcoasttermiteprotection.com.au/termite-control/
  8. 8. Time - Tested Materials and Approaches – Preventative chemicals and approaches used time-tested materials to reduce the potential of a termite colony infestation. More info on: http://www.goldcoasttermiteprotection.com.au/termite-control/
  9. 9. Both remedial and preventative measures to control termites include soil treatment, bait and monitoring systems, along with termite barriers. Each option provides safeguards against termite infestation and prevents against significant damage to the structure. More info on: http://www.goldcoasttermiteprotection.com.au/termite-control/
  10. 10. Service plans for remedying an existing colony, or preventing against termite intrusion, can be developed to fit the needs of a specific residence or business. Termite control company’s often customized service plans to provide a variety of insect treatments . More info on: http://www.goldcoasttermiteprotection.com.au/termite-control/
  11. 11. Prevention through soil treatments and remedial controls of ongoing active infestations often involve insecticides and termiticides. Treating the soil often requires high-level repellents that can kill the termite slowly. More info on: http://www.goldcoasttermiteprotection.com.au/termite-control/

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