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By the time termites are found, it’s probably already too late, because they've likely been feasting on your home for some time. Termite infestations are not easy to spot by the untrained eye and termites can do incredible amounts of damage. Subterranean termites can be effectively treated with chemical barrier preventative measures, providing a “safety bubble” for your home.
What is a Chemical Termite Barrier - A chemical termite barrier involves applying a liquid chemical to the soil, either under concrete flooring and/or around the entire perimeter of your building’s foundations. Our Termite Control Technicians are trained to take care of your home or business, working with you to create an effective barrier with the minimum disruption to your premises and its surroundings.
Who should use the Chemical Termite Barrier? - A chemical barrier is suitable for most people who want to take steps towards protecting their home or business from termite infestations. This type of treatment can be implemented at any time, Other chemical termite barriers have to be put in place while construction is taking place (pre-construction treatments or pre-treats), but are extremely effective at discouraging subterranean termite infestations.
Types of Chemical Barrier - Some chemicals are designed to kill the termites and others are designed to deter them. Every termite situation is different, so choosing the right type of termite chemical barrier for you is very important. Western Exterminator’s experienced Termite Control Technicians are trained regularly to continuously update their expertise in your local area and its environment, as well as with the latest technology so they can empower you to make that choice by providing the very best recommendations for the unique issues are your property.
Interested in additional ongoing protection? Western Exterminator’s Homeowner Protection Plan, which includes repair or replacement of any new damage caused by termites, is a great option to protect your home.
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