Think You Might have Termites?
Act now before damage can spread
Signs of a termite infestation vary depending on the level of damage caused, but all should be taken extremely seriously. During the breeding season, you may be able to see a swarm of termites emerging from a specific site, and you may find small termite wings left behind as they shed their wings when they find a new location for the colony.
Another common sign of termites are brown mud tubes on the interior or exterior of walls. These are known as termite ‘mud leads’ and are tunnels that they build to protect themselves, as subterranean termites are unable to survive in the open air. This is a sure sign of infestations, and you should call Flick immediately on 1300 270 019. You can also test by knocking on wood around your home, specifically skirting boards and door/window frames. If it sounds hollow or there are sagging floors, this is a major indication of a termite problem.
Or call 1300 270 019 to book an inspection.
Termite Pre-Construction Solutions
Explore our range of termite management systems
Backed by a large team, Flick is well-equipped with the tools, technology, and experience it takes to handle projects of all shapes and sizes. As specialists in termite control for new construction, we will work with all clients and within all budgets to ensure that your project stays on track and produces the highest quality results. We use only the most trusted brands of termite-management treatments, all manufactured by trusted, reputable suppliers. Whether you are opening a new business or revamping the family home, you can trust the termite professionals at Flick to ensure the safety and structural integrity of your building for years to come. Backed by a 50-year warranty (subject to annual inspections and conditions), our pre-construction treatments will ensure that your space both meets and exceeds all state and federal regulations.
Learn More About Termites
Questions about termite habits or behaviour?
Often referred to as white ants, termites are insects which devour wood and most cellulose-containing materials like cardboard, paper, etc. There are significant variations in the colour, shape, and size of termites depending upon the species, but they are all characterised by certain similarities. These critters fall under the order Isoptera and are closely related to cockroaches on the evolutionary scale. Despite their name white ant, they bear no relation to the ant family and wreak havoc on a majority of Australian homes. The key to lowering the cost of termite-related repairs is to conduct frequent termite inspections to detect problems early.
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