How to spot termites in your home
Look for signs of potential termite infestations such as areas of rippling paint in walls, skirting boards, window and door frames, as well as mud spotting or mud tunnels. But even if you don't notice any of these signs, that doesn't necessarily mean termites, or the conditions that invite them, are not there. If you are unsure - don't hesitate to call us.
There are many options for termite treatment available which we will tailor to suit your individual needs and budget.
Chemical Soil Treatments - The soil around the footing of a building is saturated with a liquid termiticide to prevent concealed entry into the building.
Termite Baits & Baiting Systems - Active termites may be treated with above ground bait stations while in ground bait/monitor stations are used to prevent further termites from from entering a building.
Building Modifications & Maintenance - In some cases to treat a building effectively it may necessary to make some modifications to the areas that surround a building, like drilling or cutting and removing sections of paths or paving.
Termite Barriers to New Homes and Renovations - Also known as physical barriers are installed during construction to concrete slab and piers of new homes and to renovations or extensions.