Monday, 2 September 2013

What is Barrier Treatment?

Barrier Treatments

A barrier treatment is a ‘chemical treated zone’ which is installed around the outside perimeter of a house. Installing a barrier treatment typically involves trenching the soil areas against the outside walls of a home down to the footings, then flooding the trench with chemical and filling the trench with treated soil. 

Where there is concrete against the outside wall of a house, 12mm holes are drilled through the concrete at approximately 150mm from the wall and 200mm apart and chemical is injected under the concrete to treat the soil. 

This creates a complete treated zone around the house, protecting it from a termite attack.

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