When you envision the beautiful new home you’re planning and building, chances are cockroaches are NOT in the picture. There is a way to keep them out – with Taexx – the bug barrier. Taexx is the most innovative pest control technology available for new homes, and is the easiest way to keep your new home free of common household pests. The Taexx system can only be installed during new home construction (just before the drywall goes up) so check with your builder to see if they partner with HomeTeam Pest Defense to install the system. It could be a standard feature.
Taexx is a network of small, perforated tubes that run throughout designated walls in your home. This network sets up an effective barrier because the pest control materials hit bugs where they live, hide and breed—inside the walls of your home. Once Taexx is installed, pest control materials can be
conveniently applied through a port on an outside wall of the home by professional technicians from HomeTeam Pest Defense. The technicians visit the home for regularly scheduled services, which includes inspection of the home’s exterior perimeter for pest problems. With Taexx, controlling household pests is easy and convenient. After the first visit, you don’t have to be home.
HomeTeam customers love the fact that the Taexx system uses targeted applications with less pest control materials than traditional treatments. Taexx also minimizes exposure to pest control materials inside the home, which protects families and pets. The pest control materials last longer in the wall because they are not exposed to sunlight or rain.
The last thing you want to see are silverfish and earwigs in your new bathroom cabinets, so plan now to keep them out of your house with a built-in pest control system. You want the latest technologies and features to make your home more efficient – take advantage of the opportunity to have Taexx installed while you’re building your new home. For more information, visit www.pestdefense.com, and ask your builder about Taexx from HomeTeam.
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