There’s no doubt that if you have a termite problem, you will need to have some help with your termite control. This is because the situation can get out of hand if you do not deal with the termites quickly, or indeed correctly.

One Termite DrawWhile a lot of people think it’s ok to dismiss the problem, they only realise they need help when the structure of their house starts to become affected. At this stage, it’s likely that termites have been present in the home for quite some time and they have caused a lot more damage than the home owner realises.

We can help you out with your termite control, as we are a team of professionals who have been working in the field for quite some time. You can be sure that if you hire us, we will get the job done thoroughly and ensure your current termite infestation is a thing of the past.

How Termites Work

Termites life cycleTermites will gnaw away at the inside of a wooden structure making it hollow, it’s how they work, and it’s also how they go undetected for so long. When a termite’s at work, they will not leave traces of dust or wood chips behind, again, making them stay undetected for so long. This is where a lot of people have a problem, they see no evidence of termites, and therefore they don’t worry about it.

Damage caused by termites can result in hundreds if not thousands of dollars’ worth of damage, which means it’s highly possible you may have to hire a team of builders to work on your property so the damage can be repaired. If you are aware of you’re a termite problem suffered by your neighbours or others who live nearby, you need to realise your home could be vulnerable to attack too. You also need to assess if your home is even more vulnerable to attack, ideally you should step up to your home, which indicates termites will have less of a chance of attacking the structure. If you don’t step up to your home, you should have termite proof structures. Wooden structures that are in contact with soil are highly likely to attract termites. Areas that are not well ventilated are also likely to attract termites as they become damp, and termites love the damp.

A  Free Assessment

If you are not sure whether you have termites or if your home is vulnerable, you need to make sure you get in touch with us as soon as you can. You can make use of our free assessment that will help you to understand if you have an infestation and what you will need to do to get rid of the problem should one exist. Give us a call so we can help you out, we will be more than happy to let you know how you can deal with a termite infestation as quickly as possible, and even give you tips about how to prevent further attacks.