Choosing a Termite Barrier System and Pest Control

Security at home will always be one of our main concerns. We want our own space to be welcoming and to feel completely safe at all times. You can install the best locks and security doors and although that will stop thieves on their tracks, it will do nothing against other types of menace. Termites and other creatures can come into your house regardless of how secure your lock is.

Potential Damage

In their natural habitat, termites are in charge of decomposing waste, such as wood, and replenishing the soil with nutrients. This process allows plants, trees and other animals to prosper. However, as we moved closer to the areas where termites lived, they started invading our homes. Termites love the taste of wood and they know how to find the best hiding spots. As a result, you can expect a good amount of structural damage by the time you notice their presence.


Any Logan Pest Control company will tell you that the best way to avoid a termite infestation is by having a barrier system in place, which is usually installed before the house is built. You can choose between physical and chemical barriers or a combination of both. Physical barriers are made of plastic, metal or sand. They work by making it impossible for the white ants to build the tunnels that allow them to reach your property. Chemical barriers work by applying Termicide around and beneath the house. This is such a strong chemical that it will kill them as soon as they get near. Some physical barriers are infused with Termicide to maximise their efficiency.

What to Do in Case of an Infestation

If your home has already been infested, it is crucial that you call the professionals. White ants are very sneaky and Termicide pest control is the only way to get rid of them. Pest control companies use specialised equipment to track down the colony and exterminate it.

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