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The objective of this blog is to cover the aspects of construction anti-termite chemical treatment in trenches/pits and below floors, junctions of walls, and floors. The use of construction anti-termite chemicals for the treatment of wood is a highly effective but risky process. The chemicals termite control companies use to exterminate termites can be particularly hazardous to humans when not handled properly. Building or homeowners should be extra careful when they are treated with termite control chemicals.

Call for chemical treatment of wall and floor cavities for termite prevention is a must for any building. Beforehand you need to know the exact area of the building where the treatment is to be done. Re-construction can be used to calculate the area that needs to be treated. Anti-termite chemicals are usually injected into small holes in the walls or floors of homes that are in termite-infested areas. This injection does not expose the chemical to the elements, as it does not come into contact with water. This means that it is an effective method of killing termites in your home.

Termites are a major problem in India that needs to be taken care of fast. The danger of termites is not only because of their ability to ruin your property but also because of the medical risks that they pose to your health. There is a lot of effort that goes into making sure that you do not get attacked by termites. There are chemical products that are not only efficient but are also safe for your family. You should go for the best, and there is nothing better than the best price for chemical treatment per sqm.

Types of chemical treatment for termites.

1. Termite treatment is not just about spraying a chemical over the top of your house. There are many different types of termite treatment that can be used. Each type of treatment works in a different way and is used in different situations. Below is a list of the most common types of termite treatment that we use at Pest-Tech.

2. What is the price for chemical treatment for termites per sqm.?

Rs.3 to Rs 5 per Sqm

3. How long does the chemical treatment last?

Chemical treatment for termites is not a one-shot type of service. It is actually a combination of two different services, one being the application of the chemical and the other being the inspection that follows. The reason for this is that the chemical treatment that is used will not reach the underground colony of termites. The colony itself isn’t going to be exterminated by the application of the chemical. Instead, it will be what we call a barrier treatment. The chemical basically forms a barrier around your property. The termites will not be able to tunnel through it but they will also not be able to be exposed to it. The barrier that is created is going to last for a year or two. You will have to reapply it or get regular inspections to make sure that the termites haven’t changed their behavior or somehow found a way around the barrier. The inspector will look for the presence of termites and he will also be looking for any fungal growth. He will look for any wood that is damp or wet as well.

Pre-Construction anti-termite chemical treatment in trenches/pits and below floors, junctions of walls and floors. The external perimeter of the building and surrounding conduits/pipes of the building are mentioned against items as stipulated. Anti-termite treatment shall be done through an approved specialized agency that is a member of the “Indian Pest Control Association” holding a valid license as per clause 13 of the “Insecticides Act 1968”. Persons employed to do the anti-termite treatment shall be qualified as per the rule framed under the “inspection rule” 1971. 

The specialized agency may be one that is located and active in the area with prior approval of the site engineer. Anti-termite shall be carried out with emulsion of the chemical chlorpyriphos or lindens 2cc purchased directly from the manufacturer or his authorized agents. Purchase vouchers and necessary test certificates shall be produced before the employer for verification and defacement against the contract. 

The employer will not be allowed to use the chemical aldrin, heptachlor, and chlordane. In view of the ban imposed by the government, the chemicals used for anti-termite treatment shall be treated as propriety items and the quantity procured in sealed containers shall be recorded in a measurement book duly signed by site engineers and contractors indicating the batch number and purchase voucher reference. 

 The defects' liability period of anti-termite treatment will be 10 years & the contractor shall be responsible to keep the entire building free from termite infestation for a period of 10 years from the date of taking over the completion of the building. Should the employer at any time during the construction or prior to the expiry of the said guarantee period of 10years find that the buildings have been infested with termite, the contractor on demand in writing from the employee will forthwith undertake to carry out such treatment which may be necessary to render the buildings free from termite infestation at his own expense until the expiry of the guarantee period of 10 years? The guarantee shall also be applicable to woodwork & joinery as specified hereinafter. a. 

The chemical shall be procured only from the manufacturer or their authorized agent/dealer. b. Chemical brought to site in sealed containers bearing ISI certifications, and marks shall only be permitted to be used. c. Chemicals shall be stored extremely carefully at the site. Seals of containers shall be broken only in the presence of engineers.

 Employers should ensure that paid vouchers are procured by the agency executing the work for the full quantity of chemicals required and brought to the site & records of such vouchers should be kept by the engineers. d. Tests may be carried out in a recognized laboratory or test house at the description of the employer for the chemicals brought in by the agencies executing the work to satisfy that spurious materials are not being used & such testing charges shall be borne by the contractors. A copy of ISI 6313-2 should be made available at the site by the contractors. e. Treatment shall be carried out generally in accordance with the stipulation laid down by IS 6313 –part II or latest.

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