New Construction Services in St. Louis

Termite Pretreatment

Commercial Termite Pretreatment St. Louis

Termites can pose a major threat to commercial and industrial properties in St. Louis. Pure Pest offers Termite Pretreatment services for new construction.

Termites play an important role in the ecosystem, and maintain nature’s balance by breaking down various plant material including dead wood. There are more than 2,600 known species of termites worldwide, and of those, nearly 50 are found in North America. However, when termites invade commercial property, they become a major threat.

Pure Pest Termite Pretreatment Service

  • Treat the entire foundation, including vertical walls area around foundation
  • Treat base-layer that is under to-be-poured concrete
  • Product is rated to last for five years
  • Applied to the outside around the foundation area in addition to under any area that concrete will be poured.

New Construction Waterproofing

New Construction Waterproofing in St. Louis

Quality Waterproofing is the leading provider of new construction residential waterproofing services in the St. Louis area. We work with many of the area’s largest builders to provide high quality, efficient waterproofing services without impeding the construction process.

We offer a full line of waterproofing choices to cover every need in the industry, and only use premier products to provide the best coverage available.

Dehumidifier Rentals

Dehumidifier Rental in St. Louis

When your home or business is in need of a temporary dehumidification solution, we can provide dehumidifier rentals that are capable of removing up to 36 gallons of water from the air per day and help improve the overall air quality in the area.


New Construction Helical Piering in St. Louis

Helical Piers for new construction projects are specifically designed to eliminate shifting and moving in unstable soil, as well as improve the structural integrity of foundations.

Helical piles have significant load bearing capacity and are used in both compression (downward) and tension (uplift) applications. New construction piers will prevent future foundation problems.