Termite Control

Found termites?

Don't spray them!  Call an expert now.

There are lots of termite 'experts' out there. 

But how can you tell the real experts from the fakes?  Our free guide, '9 Vital Questions To Ask Before You Sign That Termite Contract', will ensure you don't make any costly mistakes.

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Termite Inspections

Termites cause over $780M damage per year.

This is NOT covered by your home insurance!

Don't let these silent predators erode the value of your home. Termite Insurance is now available!  Now you can enjoy peace of mind that your asset is covered.

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Pest Control

Hearing noises in the roof?

It could be rats or mice!

You may be unknowingly providing a safe and comfortable haven for these unwanted pests.

Our free guide, '7 Tips To Keep Rats Out Of Your Home', contains simple steps that you can take yourself to keep rats and mice out.

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Termite Management Services

As termite specialists we provide all termite inspection and control services, including:

For more information on any of our services, please call us on 1800 111 616.

Termite Baiting in Sydney

Why has baiting emerged as the optimum treatment for most homes?

Termites have long been a problem for building owners in Sydney. Traditionally chemical soil termite treatments were used to try to create a barrier through which termites could not travel, thereby keeping them out of the building. The chemicals that were used to carry out these traditional termite treatments were found to have potential carcinogenic properties and were removed from the market in most areas of Australia in 1995.

The termite management industry floundered for some time whilst trying to find a good alternative. One particular pesticide was immediately available. Unfortunately the termite control industry as a whole was quite unprepared for the differences in termite treatment necessary to ensure effectiveness of the new pesticides. Many termite treatments failed for quite a few years as technicians resisted the “new” ways and companies battled with how to recoup the increased costs of termite treatment.

New pesticides have become available since around 2001 that are much improved in efficacy and when applied by a technician that understands the correct termite treatment methods can give good long term control. Some of the necessary actions that need be carried out to ensure the efficacy of these chemical controls are, drilling holes through concrete slabs at regular intervals to inject chemical under, Cutting concrete pathways and lifting them to access the soil under for treatment, lifting pavers around the perimeter of the home to access the soil under for treatment, removing hot water cylinders, air conditioning units and any other obstacle e.g. water tanks, from the edge of the building to enable treatment of the soil under.

Fortunately termite baiting has become available. Termite baiting is a technique that has 100% effectiveness when the process is followed by an adequately trained termite control technician.

Some of the benefits of termite baiting:

  • 100% effectiveness
  • Very low toxicity
  • Reduces the risk of attack to the home over time
  • Guaranteed to eliminate the termite colony
  • Minimal disturbance or risk to occupants
  • Minimal damage on installation
  • Long term ongoing prevention