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St Ives Chase North Shore

Your Local St Ives Chase Termite Protection Specialist
North Shore Termite Pest Control

Finding The Best Option For A St Ives Chase Termite Protection Specialist

What was the main reason why you decided to search for a local St Ives Chase termite protection specialist today?

  • Dealing with termites in your home and wish to know how to deal with them?
  • Do you want termite protection right away?
  • Do you want to protect against future termite attacks in your house?
  • If you are intending to buy a property, it is advised to have an inspection to ensure it is free of termites.

If you say yes to any of these questions, you’re one of many. Termites affect many St Ives Chase of homes every year.

The easiest method to do away with St Ives Chase termites is to detect them early and employ a specialist to eliminate them before it becomes a huge and expensive problem.

Contact North Shore Termite Pest Control now for a property inspection by one of our skilled technicians. After finishing the inspection, we will provide you with a quote for the fee for termite treatment and protection.

I had Benjamin come to our place on Monday because I was worried we had a spider problem. He identified a major funnel web spider situation. Benjamin was so thorough and considerate because I was very scared having three small children. He went above and beyond to make sure he spent as much time as needed to treat every single spider hole in our yard. He has arranged to come back in 2 weeks time just to make sure we are all safe for the Christmas period. So grateful for all his help. Highly recommend!

Debbie Green

Protection & Prevention Against Termites

White ant or termite infestations are quite common around Australia. Termites are responsible for causing significant damage to many properties in St Ives Chase North Shore each year. That is why termite protection and extermination is very important.

Termite Control & Protection

Each situation is different, and so there are different treatment options for specific situations. There are 2 strategies employed are creating a termite barrier using specialised chemical treatments, and getting rid of the termite colony entirely by baiting. To learn more about what these treatment methods cost, give us a call now.

As a general rule, chemical treatments the most commonly used management strategy for termite treatment in St Ives Chase. However, there are several benefits to interception and baiting that should be considered as well.

It is important to engage the services of a specialist white ant exterminator to check over your structures so that the damage can be thoroughly reviewed.

If you believe that your home or building is under threat from insect invasion, don’t panic. Contact us to get the assistance of the most experienced termite protection team covering the St Ives Chase area. We can help you to make a well informed decision about this vital service, and offer you a competitive price for treatment.

To find out more about the termite protection prices, give our team a call right away.

Chemical Treatments For Termites

Repelling Chemicals

These chemicals can be easily detected by termites / white ants, which makes them excellent for providing protection on treated areas. However, if the treated areas are not fully covered, or if they later get compromised, termites can detect the breaks and again access the home.

The most widely utilised repellent is Bifenthrin, that includes a residual effectiveness of as much as five years.

Non-Repelling Chemicals

Non repellent treatments are not identified by termites, and so they do not steer clear of the chemical. As a result of this, termites will pass over the chemical and die as a result of exposure to it. Individual insects transfer the chemical onto fellow colony members, causing a flow on effect.

Since the termites don’t identify non repellents, they don’t recognise the difference between untreated and treated locations, and therefore access via possible gaps is much less likely.

The most common used non repellent chemical is Fipronil which has a residual life span of as much as 8 years.

At North Shore Termite Pest Control we pride ourselves on being able to eliminate termites quickly making sure to minimize the damage a termite infestation can cause.
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Termite Baiting Systems

Above Ground Systems are used to eliminate termites from buildings by placing bait stations at the site of activity, so they begin to feed on the bait matrix as opposed to the timber they were consuming. Worker white ants then return to the colony and feed the bait to other colony members and so a compounding effect is achieved.

The entire nest may be eradicated in this fashion, regardless of if the position of the nest is known or not. The area should be regularly monitored so that if needed, stations can be rebaited or moved, or more can be added, depending on the white ant activity.

In-Ground Baiting Systems are usually installed around the property as an early warning system. These systems are particularly invaluable when the design of a residence may prevent other effective perimeter barriers, as they can detect and eliminate termites before they breach the perimeter.

Baiting System Advantages

  • Flexible protection system
  • Not affected by weather conditions
  • No danger to kids or pets
  • Eco-friendly

The Signs Of Termite Infestation

A number of signs that you could have a termite problem include:

  • Little holes found in drywall or wood
  • Timber is disintegrating or damaged
  • “Mud tubes” appearing on the ceiling, floors, woodwork, brick work and subfloor areas
  • Nests or mounds below trees
  • Swarms of winged termites flying from the nest

What Destruction Can Termites Do?

Termites can cause lots of damage to the structural components in your dwelling. If significant, the infestation can make the residence unfit for use. Contact North Shore Termite Pest Control today, and arrange for one of our termite protection experts to come and examine your St Ives Chase home.

A termite problem can quickly turn into an expensive disaster, fortunately our technicians can do a termite inspection and come up with a plan to exterminate the termites ASAP.
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Your Termite Exterminator

St Ives Chase Termite Protection

North Shore Termite Pest Control is your preferred local termite control service. Our trusted technicians are qualified, licensed, and fully insured, and have years of local knowledge and experience. We provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee and can offer warranties on all of our work. To ensure your family and pets safety and the most effective treatments, we consistently update our treatment methods.

Our team of experts include many years of local St Ives Chase experience which enables you to be fully confident in choosing North Shore Termite Pest Control as your next pest control treatment experts. We use a number of treatment options including gels and sprays as well as dusts and non-toxic traps to make sure an entirely effective result.

Our service execution begins with pest and termite detection processes to ascertain the extent of your infestation. We utilise thermal and radar imaging technology to map out every area for treatment and we recommend the ideal termite treatment to use.

We can offer 100% satisfaction guarantees and comprehensive warranties on all of our work. Our specialist team will advise you on the options to protect your home from white ants and other pests.

Call us now to have one of our skilled technicians come out and inspect your residence.

Residential

Residential Termite Pest Control Services

Commercial

Commercial Termite Pest Control Services

End of Lease

End of Lease Termite Pest Control Services

Chemical Treatments

Repellant & Non Repellant Chemicals Used

Baiting Treatments

Termite Baiting Treatments

Drywood Infestations

Get Rid of Drywood Termite Infestations

Subterranean Infestations

Get Rid of Subterranean Termite Infestations

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