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TERMITE TREATMENT OPTIONS

Baiting or Dusting Is the First Line of Defence

Termite baiting does not require explosives or trenching for spraying. Stations are located in particular locations around your home and baits are put within the current stations until termite activity is detected. The termite bait used, which contains an active agent, is non-chemical, so effective that only a small amount is needed. Termites eat the bait and take it back with other termites to the colony where they exchange it.

To Apply Termidor Dust: In infested timber or directly on termite tracks, small holes are created. Fine dust is puffed directly onto termites within the infested wood using a small puffer, these gaps are sealed to close the workings, avoid the release of any dust and minimise termites disruption.

In order to pass the Termidor Dust to unsuspecting termites inside the group, the termites will continue to go about their daily activities long enough. It would typically take 3-6 weeks for the dust to affect the colony.

Termite dusting does not provide a building with continuing security from potential termite assaults, however. Within striking distance, there could be more than one termite nest and new nests are continuously being built by termites.

This is why, after termite dusting, termite soil treatment is important.

External Perimeter Walls:

  • Soiled areas will be trenched 

  • Concrete areas will be drilled
     

There Are Two Main Types of Soil Treatments. We will discuss which is the best option for you!


 

Sydney’s Best Pest Control Suggest:

If you notice the slightest termite activity, contact us to do a full inspection so we can supply you with a report with recommendations for the pest control solution and minimising spread. 

  • Check timber frames inside your home

  • Look for blistered paint, this is usually a big warning signal 

  • Check for rippled or bulging wall linings

  • Check for termite mud galleries against foundation walls, piers and edges of concrete slabs

  • Check formwork timbers left beneath suspended concrete patios, this will require your attention asap

  • Check stored timber or cardboard in contact with the ground in subfloor, usually a good indication of termites present

  • Ensure any timber stored alongside the house is kept as far away from the house as possible

In most cases your home is the most expensive item you might own; don’t let it be dinner for termites!! 

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