As part of the Initial Construction phase of a new home or business, before the concrete slab is poured, a soil treatment is required for the prevention and treatment of Subterranean Termites. This treatment is required by local County Codes in conjunction with Florida Building Codes and Ordinances.
The team at Personalized Pest Control has the knowledge and experience to treat your new home. Most often we work with the home builder or contractor building the home. However, we can also work directly with the homeowner to coordinate construction treatment services
Upon completion of the initial slab treatment, our technicians will post all required treatment notices on the permit board. When the final perimeter treatment is performed, the treatment notice will be posted on the electrical panel.
Billing will be generated after each service. Additionally, warranty information and paperwork will be completed and provided to the builder or homeowner as indicated. The initial service and treatment cost includes the warranty for the first year. After the first year, the homeowner/buyer may obtain annual extensions of this warranty for a period of up to 4 years with an annual renewal fee.
As part of the construction process, Personalized Pest Control also recommends performing pest control and termite treatments to the interior walls and framing using Timbor. Treatment is recommended just before the drywall is installed.
The use of Timbor offers protection to structures where wood is available to treat. Timbor is an insecticide, fungicide and wood preservative used for the protection and treatment of lumber against fungal decay and wood destroying insects (including termites, beetles, and carpenter ants).
Contact Personalized Pest Control to see how this effective treatment adds another layer of insect and termite protection to your home.
Education and experience leading to quality results, along with a commitment to the Southwest Florida community, has allowed Personalized Pest Control to grow steadily throughout the years.
All technicians are educated bi-weekly at staff meetings to review and advance their knowledge and techniques. They are provided up-to-date knowledge regarding every aspect of pest control, including service techniques and plans, customer interaction standards, cleanliness in the home, equipment operation, and driving skills. All technicians are Florida State Licensed and Certified pest control operators.