Building a new home is a major undertaking. From picking flooring and paint, to cabinets and fixtures, there is no shortage of important decisions to make. When it comes to choosing how you will protect your family from unwanted pests, installing Taexx – the built-in bug barrier – is an easy selection.
Developed by HomeTeam Pest Defense, Taexx is the original Tubes in the Wall® system that can keep your new home free of common household pests. A network of small, perforated tubes that run through the walls of your home, Taexx creates an effective barrier that targets bugs where they live, hide and breed. With Taexx, pest control is easy and convenient.
Once Taexx is installed, HomeTeam technicians routinely inject pest control materials into the system through a service port located on an exterior wall of your home. The technicians not only service the system during their visit, but they also inspect your home’s perimeter for pest issues.
HomeTeam customers love that the Taexx system uses less pest control material than traditional pest treatments. By minimizing exposure to pest control materials inside your home, your family and pets are also protected. Pest control materials also last longer because, in the walls, they are not exposed to sunlight or rain.
The Taexx system can only be installed during new home construction, so check with your builder to see if they partner with HomeTeam to install the system. Even if you are not building a new home, you may have Taexx and not know it. Check your home’s exterior walls for a mounted port box. If you are unsure, call HomeTeam for confirmation.
The last thing you want to see are bugs scurrying across your floors. A new home is something to be proud of, and we want to help you protect your investment. Take the proactive approach, and eliminate insects at the source – all while keeping you and your family comfortable and protected. For more information on how the Taexx system can improve your home, contact HomeTeam Pest Defense today.
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