While a physical termite barrier will stop some of the termites getting into your home, it only protects it on one front. That’s were a baited termite control system around the perimeter of your home has the upper hand.
Downfall of physical termite barrier control systems.
And that’s the problem. Termites will use and build tunnels and use structures and debris piled against the walls of your house (think of that wood pile up against the wall) leaving them above your physical termite barrier and with easy access to the timber in your home.
So how do you effectively control termites?
A set of baits set around your home attracts termites away from your home, allows you to see if there are active termites, and then delivers a dose of tailored insecticide that the termites take back to the colony, effectively wiping out the whole colony.
Is it safe?
The termite control systems we use are less toxic than table salt but highly effective on termites.
Why so many stations?
Termites can travel over 100m underground and you just don’t know where their path will take them.
With termite control baiting stations placed at regular intervals around the home and baited with an attractant, the termite control system acts as net that the termites just can’t resist.
Not all termite systems are created equal.
Not with our systems.
We bait using specially treated and termite-preferred timbers to attract and then treat the termites.
Think of your termite control system as an underground Trojan moat. Protecting your home from attack at a distance but with a hidden surprise.
Can we just set and forget the termite system?
The good thing is that you don’t need to remember when we last came, we will do that for you and send you a friendly reminder that your termite stations are due for checking and we will organise a convenient time to make that happen.
So you can sit back, relax, and leave protecting your home from termites to us.