Managing termite pests is a problem for many householders across Australia. These small insects can nest in wooden beams throughout the house, causing structural problems and weakening foundations. Many homes suffering from termite infestation cannot be sold, and they may be seriously devalued by the problem. The only solution for homeowners is to get rid of the termites once and for all. Standard DIY termite powders have been shown to leave some termites alive and certainly shop-bought powders tend to result in re-infestation within a short period. Unlike these options, Termicide pest control offers treatment that provide a solution which can clear up white ant infestation once and for all.
Why use Termicide?
Termicide produces effective management for white ant colonies inside the home, and in the ground around the home. Controlling the spread of termites is about more than just eliminating them from the home; it also requires treatment that prevents them from coming back onto the property after the powders have been removed. Termicide offers the best solution to controlling termites and other insect pests which can reduce the quality of life and affect the value of property. Termicide solutions may include using the Replenishment system which is designed to continue pushing chemicals into the soil long after the initial infestation was treated. The company can also offer a range of different treatments designed to help homeowners prevent infestation before it happens, ensuring that their property remains termite-free. Prevention is the best termites control method as it allows homeowners to stop termites before they enter the home, meaning that no nests are built, and therefore that there are no missed termites on the premises.
What are the best preventative measures?
There are several steps that you need to take in order to prevent the advance of termites into the home. Wood can be treated with boron in order to poison termites who try to consume the wood. There are also timber preservation services which can be used to inhibit rot, meaning that the wood is stronger and more resistant to termite attack. There are also termite barriers which can be used to stop termites entering the floor of the home. Even if you find that these preventative measures have not been enough to stop termites building a nest, with the help of the pest control Logan experts, you can still remove them completely, and prevent termites from re-establishing old nests.