Post-Construction Treatment (CST)

Post-Construction (CST)

TREATMENT TECHNIQUES The first treatment

The steps to be taken to carry out this treatment are as follows:

1. Accurate and thorough inspections will be made to detect the location of active termites in the building

2. Examinations will be focused on high-risk locations such as door frames, windows, parquet floors and roof wood.


Re-examination will be performed to detect termites that remain active after the first treatment. Chemical sprays will be performed with caution on the problematic parts and other parts of the risk of preventing termites being removed from reactive.


The most effective method for preventing and eliminating termites is long-term rehabilitation treatment or better known as "Drilling-Treatment Methods". The objective of this treatment is to establish a chemical resistance under the building site to protect from long term termites.

How to Treat

a. The 16mm diameter hole will be drilled through the building floor at a distance of 30-40cm from the wall.

b. The holes will be drilled along the perimeter of the walls and other strategic areas such as the fringe of the stairs, door frames, pillars and others.

c. The drilled hole is 45cm deep and the distance between one hole and the other hole is 46cm.

d. The chemicals will be injected into each hole at 5 liters / holes using a special high pressure injector.

e. Once the chemicals are injected, these holes will be re-installed together with the original floor of the building.

f. The injected chemicals will be mixed with the building ground and this will remove and prevent termites attack.

g. The hole will be drilled on both sides of the wall if necessary


A three (3) year warrant will be issued after the treatment is made and payment is paid by the customer. In the event of termite attack on the building, we will undergo treatment at no extra charge.


The chemicals used are from the PREMISE 200 SC brand. The use of this chemical has been certified and approved by the Pesticides Board and the Department of Agriculture Malaysia. These chemicals do not have any side effects on building materials including waterproofing.