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Reticulated Replenishment Termite Control System

The Replenishment System is a specially designed pipe system that once buried under ground, either around the perimeter of a structure or under a slab prior to construction, is used to apply termiticide chemical under pressure to saturate the soil surrounding a structure. This creates an impenetrable barrier (if repellent termiticides are used) or a death-trap for unsuspecting foraging termites (in the case of non-repellent termiticide chemicals) that move through treated soil.

HomeGuard Physical Termite Barrier

HomeGuard is a Precision Termite Management system which is a physical and chemical termite barrier in one.

The termiticide is impregnated into tough polymer sheeting, which is installed to the foundations of new buildings or extensions to provide a continuous barrier, thus preventing concealed entry of termites into the building. Collars are installed to plumbing penetrations to prevent termite entry.

The HomeGuard product range is manufactured in Australia from polymer based products and incorporates Australia’s leading liquid termite barrier Biflex.  

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GreenZone® Physical Termite Barrier

GreenZone® is a polyethylene expansion gap flexible foam containing Bifenthrin to act as a barrier to termites, black ants and cockroaches.

It is used as an expansion foam in control joints where two slabs join, for example where a new house extension is being built, the new slab joins onto the existing house slab. It provides both termite protection and addresses the expansion/contraction of concrete slabs in one-step. 

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Drill and Inject Termite Barrier to existing houses

When your existing termite barrier needs to be updated (usually every 5 years) we install the drill and inject barrier. Holes are drilled approximately 150mm out from the edge of the building through concrete paths, tiles, or pavers and are placed at intervals of 200mm. We then inject Biflex or Termidor termiticide (depending on the individual situation) into the holes down into the soil, and then all holes are plugged. This forms a chemical barrier around the complete perimeter of the home. This barrier, if undisturbed and continuous, will give you five years of protection from termites.

All work is carried out according to the Australian Standards AS3660.2.