When you’re building a new home, you want to make sure it’s safe from all the bugs and pests. Termites and carpenter ants can cause massive amounts of structural damage to any home, but if you’re only up to the studs of your new home, they can send you all the way back to start. How do you prevent this, and why is termite pre-treatment so important when you’re building a new home?
What is Pre-Treatment?
Before you treat termites while building, you probably want to know what you’re doing and how it might affect your new property. New construction termite pre-treatment is done before the concrete is poured for your home. We apply specific products to the soil in order to prevent future infestation and protect the structure. The type of products we utilize is non-repellent termiticides, which means these materials are undetectable to subterranean termites which is the most effective type of termiticide to protect your home.
Why Should You Choose Pre-Treatment?
If you don’t want termites to find their way into your newly-built property, it’s probably a great thing to choose home building termite treatment. If you’re not looking into replacing your studs, door frames, or even wood floors, you might want to spring for the pre-treatment options. Termites love to burrow their way into somewhere, and they can be a nuisance to get out. If the infestation becomes bad enough, they can even threaten the wooden furniture you have in your home- or your kids, or your pets.
Pre-Treating Your Home
If you’re looking for home-building termite treatment, you don’t need to look further than ScorpionTech. They are devoted to making sure that your home is safe from bugs and pests, and that those pests stay gone once they’re out. Not to mention the fact that ScorpionTech personalizes their solution to fit your home, and cares about you and your family’s well-being.
Stay safe as you build your home, and keep what you’ve already built- consider pre-treating your home with ScorpionTech, and you won’t have trouble with termites. Contact us today.