Cure All Pest Control has been conducting termite protection in Brisbane, Ipswich and the Gold Coast areas for over 47 years. In that time we have developed an in depth understanding of all the different treatment methods available to protect your home from termites. It is our knowledge of termite treatment alongside our extensive experience in dealing with termites that allows us a unique insight as what method of treatment will work best for your particular circumstance.

Foaming is one such treatment method and is designed to immediately address the current termite infestation. Foaming is a part of the second step of our 4 step approach to termite protection in Brisbane, Ipswich and Gold Coast areas.

Our 4 step approach is;

1. Assess and Recommend 

We assess the immediate termite problem and recommend a tailored treatment plan.

2. Inspection and treatment of active termites

We conduct a full inspection treating any active termite areas to ensure no further damage is caused to your home.

3. Create a barrier for protection 

We lay down a long life chemical barrier to protect your property from further termite attacks.

4. Follow up check

We assess the effectiveness of the treatment plan and perform further follow up inspections if necessary.

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How does Foaming Protect my Home?

Foaming equipment uses air to expand a mixture of finished liquid product, thus enabling the product being foamed to increase the contact surface area. The product expansion ratio of 30 to 1 fills gaps and crevices, delivering a lethal dose of imidacloprid which is a potent termiticide, directly to the targeted areas of the termite infestation. This allows us to treat the immediate termite problem, ensuring that no further damage is caused to your home.

What are the Benefits of Foaming?

When it comes to termite protection in Brisbane, Ipswich and the Gold Coast areas, foaming technology has certain benefits that allow for more effective treatment:

  • Foaming uses smaller access holes which means less physical evidence left behind
  • Foaming spreads itself more evenly over a larger area
  • Foaming ensures there is no liquid runoff
  • Foaming reduces the risk of over application
  • Foaming has superior penetration, allowing us to target and control the application process.