The "Termiticide Flex Plug System and Method" (U.S. Patent No.: US 9,986,728 B2). A more cost effective, user-friendly, and efficient plug.
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"Termiticide Flex Plug System and Method" U.S. Patent No.: US 9,986,728 B2
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Think about how your back feels after patching drill holes. If you are using paper, plastic plugs, rubber plugs, or cork to support concrete patching materials, you are spending as much time patching holes as drilling and treating. A single technician using Poly Plugs can plug and patch up to 100 holes an hour. Using other materials are not only costing you time, they also cost anywhere from 3 to 4 times as much to purchase. Click on the red button and watch the YouTube video for how fast you can plug every hole using the
"Termiticide Flex Plug System and Method"
If you are constantly "geysering" nearby holes while injecting your termiticide, you may not be monitoring your treatment area properly. Poly Plugs are not designed to prevent gysering. I suggest you monitor surrounding holes while injecting your termiticide and not plugging them until after treatment so you can confirm sufficient treatment to areas. Only in rare instances should you use a plug to prevent gysering. While injecting holes, you should be constantly checking inside nearby holes with a flashlight. If nearby holes show signs of gysering, I suggest you move your injection to the next hole. You must also watch area for your chemical rising through stress cracks in the slab. Keep in mind that a stress crack may be under nearby carpeted areas or on the other side of a wall from where you're treating. When signs of too much pressure is noticed to treatment holes or stress cracks, I suggest you wait at least 15 seconds before releasing the seal pressure of your sub-slab injection rod to allow pressure to disperse your chemical underground from the hole you're currently treating. When using repellent termiticides you need to get chemical to all active tubes. When using non-repellent termiticides, you only need to get termiticide within 1-2 feet of the area with active termites.
The Professional Termite Technician should attempt to leave a house or any structure looking as if no drilling of slabs, patios, or pavement took place after a treatment. If you were selling your house, why would you leave plastic plugs or unsightly materials to alert a potential buyer of a home, or any structure, wondering if the termites are still there? The true professional leaves a structure with little indication they were ever there. That's why the professionals patch drill holes neatly that are almost invisible around a structure.
The Poly Plug is one of the two parts to a more cost effective, user-friendly, and efficient system. The second part is an optional “T Handle Tool” used to counter sink the Poly Plug. The plug will support the wet cement patch materials for the termite treatment drill holes in concrete slabs until cured.
Two Added Important Benefits and Tips
1. If termite treatment holes are drilled around exteriors of structures and rain storms should suddenly approach, Poly Plugs (closed cell material) can be quickly installed leaving them just above the top of slabs in order to prevent rain runoffs to enter drill holes prior to, or after treatment. After rains have passed, Poly plugs can either be removed for termite treatment, or, than counter sunk to apply patching materials.
2. Since Poly Plugs are a closed cell material, they will not absorb moisture out of concrete patch. This will allow the concrete to dry evenly. A quick scuff over the concrete patch with your boot after patch has cured for 10 minutes, and the holes are almost undetectable. The plugs will be covered and not seen again.
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