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St Ives Chase North Shore

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

Do You Need To Locate A St Ives Chase Termite Treatment Specialist?

What was the main reason why you chose to find a local St Ives Chase termite treatment specialist today?

  • Have you noticed the tell-tale indications of termites, and need to know your options?
  • Do you require termite treatment right away?
  • Do you need to protect yourself from future termite problems?
  • Need to inspect a home before purchase to make sure it is termite free?

A large number of houses are affected by termites every year.

The best way to do away with St Ives Chase termites is to detect them early and engage a specialist technician to eradicate them before it becomes a huge and expensive problem.

Contact North Shore Termite Pest Control now for a property inspection by one of our trained technicians. After the inspection, we will give you a quote for the price for termite inspection and treatment.

Real Estate Property Manager. Prior to the introduction I had used other companies who did not offer the same professional service I attained from these guys. No job was too small or too big and they were always contactable and were able to attend to the job quickly. The quality of their service and the work performed is second to none. I have used the company for my own family needs as well and I will never again use another company for my pest control needs.

John Ear

Treatment & Inspection Against Termites

Termites, also known as white ants, are a regular sight around Australia. Once they infest a home, termites can rapidly create a large amount of damage, making it crucial to call your reliable North Shore St Ives Chase termite treatment provider.

Termite Control/Protection Strategies

Termite treatments change in terms of their aims and application, each with their own benefits, differences and limitations. There are two major termite management strategies; trying to exterminate the termite colony through baiting, and chemical treatments which aim to create a barrier in between the termites and the building to be protected. Give us a call today to learn more about the cost of termite treatments.

Generally, in St Ives Chase, termite experts use a chemical treatment as the preferred method control strategy for killing termites, however, colony eradication through baiting also has some distinct advantages and should also be considered.

It is vital to have the white ant situation checked out by a professional bug exterminator to evaluate the damage and suggest a suitable management plan.

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

For additional information on our services, call 0480 024 706.

Chemical Treatment Against Termites

Repellent Chemicals

Repellent chemicals are easily identified by termites and avoided, so they provide good protection for treated areas. However, if not all areas are treated, or the treated areas become compromised, termites can identify the gaps and gain access via them.

Bifenthrin has a residual life of as many as 5 years and is the most commonly used repellent chemical on the market today.

Non-Repellent Chemicals

The chemicals aren’t sensed by termites, and so the termites do not avoid contact with the chemical. Once exposed, the termites are killed, and will also transfer the chemical on to other colony members, therefore causing a compounding result.

Since the termites can’t detect non-repellent chemicals, they can’t tell untreated from treated locations, and are less likely to gain access via possible breaks.

The most common non repellent chemical is Fipronil, this has a residual life of up to 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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Baiting Systems For Termites

Above Ground Systems are used to remove termites from your residence by putting attractive bait stations directly on the sites of termite activity and therefore tempting the termites to eat a poison bait instead of the timber. These termites then pass on the bait to other individuals in the nest which produces a flow on effect.

In this way, the whole termite nest will be exterminated, even if you do not know the actual location of the nest. The bait stations continue to be monitored and assessed, so that they can be added, rebaited and/or moved in response to the observed results.

While In-Ground Systems are used in a similar fashion, they are typically installed throughout the property to offer an early warning and interception system. These systems are particularly useful when the residence design means that an effective perimeter barrier is impossible to install.

Advantages OF Termite Baiting

  • Very flexible protection systems
  • Unimpacted by weather
  • Safe to use around children and pets
  • Eco-friendly

Common Indications Of A Termite Infestation

These are the signs you have a termite infestation:

  • Small holes in the drywall and wood
  • Wood is damaged or disintegrating
  • Presence of ‘mud tubes’ on the floor, brickwork, ceilings or below the floor
  • Nests or mounds in trees
  • Swarms of alates flying from the termite nest

How Much Damage Can A Colony Of Termites Do?

For such tiny individuals, a colony of termites (white ants) are capable of doing a lot of damage to a home. If the problem becomes bad enough, the dwelling may become unusable. Contact North Shore Termite Pest Control today and schedule a comprehensive examination with one of our St Ives Chase termite treatment technicians.

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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St Ives Chase Termite Treatment

North Shore Termite Pest Control are a company authorised to provide an array of termite and pest management services. We have a trained group of experts with numerous years of experience effective at providing advice and guidance tailored for the localised St Ives Chase area. We have actively invested in modern technology to give the most effective and safest solutions for that house occupiers. We provide a warranty on all of our work to give 100% customer satisfaction.

Our company of specialists include numerous years of local St Ives Chase knowledge which enables you to be positive about choosing North Shore Termite Pest Control as your pest management treatment experts. We utilise a number of treatment solutions including gels and sprays along with non-toxic traps and dusts to make certain a completely effective solution.

Our service execution starts with termite detection tests to ascertain the extent of the infestation. We use thermal and radar imaging technology to map out all areas for treatment and we recommend the most effective termite treatment to use.

We can provide 100% satisfaction guarantees and comprehensive warranties on all our work. Our specialist team will advise you on the best methods to protect your dwelling from termites (white ants) and other pests.

Contact North Shore Termite Pest Control now to have one of our trained termite technicians visit to your home for a full inspection.

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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