Termites rank among the most prevalent household pests in Malaysia. These small critters can inflict significant harm on your residence if not addressed.

The longer you wait to get them removed, the worse it will be when they finally show up and take over your home!

We have compiled some information on why termite treatment is important for any homeowner, as well as a few things that may happen when you don’t treat your house for these pesky bugs.

P.S. For further assistance with termites, find out more about our termite control services by calling us today!

Termite Pretreatment Explained 

You prepare your foundation before you begin building the house. You ready the land by grading it and leveling it so that you can pour concrete on top of it. Then you lay down dirt to cover up any imperfections in preparation for pouring the foundation’s base material: cement blocks or precast slabs called “forms.”

As soon as this purplish-brown mud dries out enough to be walked on without sinking into it (usually three days), then comes another step: applying termite prevention treatment before finishing the foundation.

Termite Pretreatment involves placing chemical treatments on your property’s foundation and ground before building begins. This is an important step in the process of “termite prevention,” because this is what essentially stops or slows the termites from being able to infest your house.

There are many different chemicals you can use for this purpose, so it’s important that you do some research beforehand and find out which chemical is right for your property.

The Dangers of Poor Termite Pretreatment 

Now that you know what Termite Pretreatment is, you’re pretty much aware of how vital it is for your new home.

If you end up choosing the wrong chemical for your property, or if you don’t perform this step at all, then it’s very possible that termites will find a way to infest your house no matter what else you do.

Here are the dangers of poor termite treatment:

Termites May Not Be Fully Eliminated 

If you don’t perform a Termite Pretreatment, or recklessly do so, you might end up with a pest infestation.

This will mean that there are termites that may not be eliminated by the treatments you’ve performed on your property, and new ones might find their way in again through cracks or holes in your foundation walls.

It’ll also make it harder for you to detect any future pests because they’re hidden right under your integral structure.

If this is something you want to avoid, be sure to ask for Termite Pretreatment from professionals.

Your Home Won’t Be Fully Protected From Termites 

Let’s face it, termites can be a nuisance and a danger.

If you don’t do a Termite Pretreatment, your home will not be fully protected from these pests as they could start to make their way in and eat away at the structural integrity of your house.

This means that if termites are present on or near your property, it’s entirely possible for them to get into your home and invade your peace/

Termite damage can be costly, especially when you factor in the repairs and restoration process.

The only way to avoid that is by getting Termite Pretreatment from a reliable pest control company.

You might think it’s a bit costly at first, but the benefits it gives you will pay off in the long run because your home and your family will be safe from these pests.

You Might Get Sued Due to Termites 

Many cities in Malaysia will not allow construction projects to commence until termites are eliminated if there is a high risk of them being present on or near the property.

If you build a house that does not have proper pre-termite treatments, you may be held liable for any damage caused by these pests in the future as well.

Your clients might end up suing you for any damages that are unfortunate enough to occur due to a termite infestation.

If your property is leased out, it may result in the tenant being forced to move elsewhere because of these pests and their risks.

The only way around this is by ensuring proper Termite Pretreatment before building or renovating anything on your property.

Wrapping it up

Taking care of your property is a top priority for any homeowner.

If you have termites, you’ll need to take the proper steps to stop them in their tracks before they spread and cause more damage.

The first step is to make sure you get a termite pretreatment, and you can do so by calling our experts today!