Contact us during your design stage and we can outline an easy and effective termite control solution.
Service technicians are government licensed by Dept. Human Services and Cert III Asset Maintenance Pest Management.
Exopest services also include and embrace:
Exopest offers a range of termite treatments for new and existing buildings. These include physical termite barriers and chemical soil treatments. Physical barriers are permanent (25 yrs), while chemical soil treatments have a finite lifespan. Both have their place in the tools of termite management, but some are more suited to one project than another.
Chemical soil treatments (spraying) are usually referred to as chemical barriers because they stop or impede termites coming up through the soil and entering the structure. Some chemical treatments (Premise 200SC, Altriset or Termidor) allow termites to pass through the treated soil and pick up the chemical whilst others deter or repel foraging termites (Biflex).
Physical termite barriers are incorporated in the structure of the building and stop termite entry. Ant caps were first designed as termite barriers, but termites simply build mud tunnels over and around the ant cap. First generation physical barriers include termimesh and granitgard, and then came a physical barrier (Kordon) incorporating an insecticide deltamethrin. The latest physical termite barrier in Australia is HomeGuard made by FMC in Queensland. HomeGuard stops repels and kills termites. It is a single sheet polymer designed to last the life of the building.
Biflex (bifenthrin, a synthetic pyrethroid) is incorporated in the plastic polymer matrix of all three forms. As a polymer the Biflex is locked in for the life of the product and does not leach out into the environment. It has APVMA approval, BCA and CSIRO certification.
HomeGuard is Australian made and backed by the FMC 25 yr warranty – Conditions apply.
Contact details for FMC are 1800 066 355
Please refer to the HomeGuard information sheet or the web site at www.homeguardptm.com.au