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Scope of Anti-Termite Treatment

Among the top concerns for Indian homeowners are termites. Even though you invested an enormous amount of effort and money building your ideal house, termite control is necessary to keep its structure and foundation healthy. Termites will eventually begin to undermine the structural integrity of your house. But don’t worry, since you have the most reliable pest controllers as your friends to help you deal with this problem. We have multiple ways to carry out our anti-termite treatment depending on which one is suitable for your premises’ condition.
This standard covers measures for the eradication and control of subterranean termites in existing buildings using chemicals. It includes reference to the chemicals to be used, lays down minimum rates of application for usage, and outlines procedures to be followed.


For the purpose of this definition:

  • 1. Chemical Barrier

  • The layer of chemically treated soil in immediate contact with the foundation and floor structure of a building kills or repels termites thus forming a barrier which is impervious to termite entry.

  • 2. Post Construction Treatment

  • The application of chemical insecticides to buildings to eliminate existing termite infestations and to make them resistant to termite attacks are all covered in this type of treatment.

  • 3. Soil Treatment

  • The application of chemicals to the soil adjacent to and under a building forms a chemical barrier which is lethal or repellent to termites.

  • 4. Wood Treatment

  • The application of chemical treatments to woodwork and wood-based materials eliminates an existing termite infestation and makes it resistant to termite attack.
    Our expert and professional team will visit your premises and analyze the destruction termites have already caused in the property and suggest a treatment accordingly that would not only control the damages done by these unwanted guests but also offer an effective solution to help you get rid of them permanently.

Anti-Terminating Pests Right Away With Ease And Safety Via Pre-Construction Treatment!

DO YOU HAVE SAFETY FROM TERMITES IN YOUR HOUSE? Termites pose a threat. Among the most damaging pests that can seriously harm your house are termites. Your furnishings, flooring, fixtures, wooden structures and even the base of your house can be quickly destroyed by them because they feed on paper, wood, and other materials that contain cellulose. All you have to do is to avoid and apply an anti-termite treatment prior to construction. Pre-construction anti-termite treatment is one of the best ways to safeguard your premises from termites, so it is imperative that you take preventive steps.
We have been offering our clients unrivaled pre-construction termite control services for over 30 years, supported by a team of exceptionally trained pest controllers. Termite-proof elements and top-notch chemicals are used in our treatment. Numerous builders find that our anti-termite treatment assists them to achieve termite-free properties, residential structures, and commercial projects during the pre-construction phase.

Our Pre-Construction Treatment

Pre-construction anti-termite treatment involves applying chemical treatments to the soil prior to building construction. Termites are kept out of the property by the treatment, which forms a barrier between the building and the earth. This technique is quite good at keeping termites out of your property and lowering the chance of damage. This standard gives recommendations for the chemical treatment of soils for the protection of buildings from attack by subterranean termites. It includes reference to the chemicals to be used, lays down minimum rates of application for usage, and outlines procedures to be followed while the building is under construction.

  • 1. Pre-Construction Soil Treatment

  • This is a process in which soil chemical treatment is applied to a building during the early stage of its construction. In order to prevent the termites from accessing the building's foundation, a chemical shield for the termites is formed by applying liquid termiticide to the soil. This will safeguard your house against termite attacks in the future in addition to preventing a termite infestation beneath the base.


  • This stage involves removal of trees, stumps, logs or roots from a building site to reduce the hazards from subterranean termites. Similarly, the sub-floor area should be kept free from all debris in which new colonies of termites might be established. In order to ensure uniform distribution of the treating solution and to assist penetration, site preparation is a necessary part of the process.

    Note : The information given 2.1 to 2.4 is for guidance in preparing a building site for chemical treatment.

  • 2.1. Heavy Soils and Sloping Sites

  • On clay and other heavy soils where penetration is likely to be slow and on sloping sites was runoff of the trading solution is likely to occur, the surface of the soil should be scarified.

  • 2.2. Sandy or Porous Soils

  • On loose, sandy or porous soils where the loss of treating solution through piping or excessive percolation is likely to occur, preliminary moistening to fill the capillary spaces in the soil is recommended.


  • 2.3. Leveling, Excavations and Filling

  • All sub-floor leveling and grading should be completed; all cuttings, trenches and excavations should be completed with back filling in place, borrowed fill must be free from organic debris and should be well compacted. If this is not done, supplementary treatment should be made to complete the barrier.

  • 2.4. Concrete Frame work

  • All concrete frame-work, leveling pegs, timber off-cuts and other builder's debris should be removed from the area to be treated.

  • 3. Treatment For The Plinth Filling's Upper Surface

  • The whole surface of the occupied soil as well as the topmost layer of the plinth wall or beam must be coated with the chemical emulsion at a rate of 5 liters per square meter after the soil refilling in the plinth area is finished and prior to the dry rubble stacking.

  • 4. Wall-Floor Intersection Treatment

  • Along the intersection of the wall and soil filling, roving must be done every one meter. Emulsion should be applied at time frames of up to 30 cm across the wall juncture at a rate of one liter per linear meter to ensure complete mixing with the broken-up soil. After that, the disturbed ground is tamped back into position.

  • 5. The Final Treatment

  • Treating the soil surrounding the drains, gutters, and pipelines running inside the structure is the last phase. The soil around each pipe or tube at the place of entrance needs to be loose in this stage, and termiticides need to be applied to the loosen soil.

Anti-Termite Pipe Network

Anti-Termite Pipe Network is a cost-effective & revolutionary concept. No one is unaware of the destruction caused by termites to wooden fixtures, furniture, walls etc. The pipes are inserted under the soil before flooring at the time of construction. The pipe fitting is done along the walls covering both sides of all walls. When maintained pressure is applied, the pipe releases chemicals in sand/soil. The filling of chemicals is done after the flooring for the best chemical filling results. The refilling can be done any time since the inlets are maintained in junction boxes fitted in the outer walls of the house.

Chemical Filling

After the pipe fitting, we insert chemicals in pipes which can protect our building from termites, ants, snakes and all other pests. The expert team tries their best to use eco-friendly chemicals that don't affect pets, essential belongings or humans and are only harmful for annoying pests like termites.
Are you well-informed and confident with the importance of pre-construction anti-termite treatment? If yes, move quickly to get a pre-construction anti-termite treatment to prevent the termite infestation from spreading to the entire building once it has been built.
The best answer to your termite treatment needs is Pest Strikers, with our skilled staff, high-quality supplies, and affordable options.
Refilling ECOGUARD INSECTICIDE on both sides of walls can be a savior for these annoying termites and help you treat column pits, wall trenches and basements!