So, you think you may of found termites in your home? Well you’re not alone! Termites attack about 1 in every 3 homes in Australia, causing millions of dollars in structural damage every year.
With that said, termites can be very easy to manage through correct termite treatments and termite management solutions.
Case Example – Brassall, Ipswich: The clients knew they had termites in the house for over 12 months but kept trying to kill the termites they found with regular fly spray. The problem is that you will kill the termites that come in contact with that product in that area, but the rest of the termites will avoid that area and move somewhere else. Common Termite nests can grow as large as 2 million, so when you spray and kill a few hundred, you have to wonder where the rest are.
What should I do if I find termites?
- First things first, take a breath. Termites are not going to eat your entire house in a night. It does take time for those little critters to complete extensive damage (however don’t leave it for weeks until acting).
- DO NOT disturb the termites and DO NOT attempt to treat termites with regular insect control chemicals.
- If you have already attempted to kill the termites with a spray or other pest control method, take another breath and do not further disturb them.
- Call the termite control professionals 1300 270 019
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