Offering effective protection against termites

Existing homes and workplaces often have chemical barriers in place to protect from termite attack. These barriers have a finite life span (often 5 -8 years) and will be required to be replaced when due.

After an onsite visit to determine your needs, building type, and termite pressures, we will make recommendations as to what options would best suit protecting your home. Products such as Altriset, today's most advanced termite product is an option that should be considered.

We can also inspect homes where chemical barriers have been installed to make sure that they are still effective in preventing termites from entering into your home.

If you are considering or currently building a new home, don't worry. These chemical barriers can also be installed to offer protection from termites. Contact us for more details about this option and how we can safeguard your home.

Not sure what termite solution you need? Give our friendly staff a call. Whether you have termites, or just want to protect your asset, we use and implement the CDI 5 star programme to give you unparalleled protection and peace of mind.

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1. Inspection

The first stage of any termite protection program is an inspection. This inspection will determine the extent of any infestation, if present, identification of the termite species, where the termites are entering the building and also what steps need to be carried out to eradicate any termites present and protect the building from further attack.

2. Live Treatment

Colony control is critical to the long term protection of your home and must be carried out prior to a management system being installed. Termite treatments often fail when this process is not carried out correctly.

3. Protection

Once colony control has been achieved, a termite management system can be installed to impede and/or discourage the concealed entry of termites. This will be carried out in accordance with Australian Standard AS 3660.2 - 2000.

4. Quality Control

Ninety days after the management system has been installed, a follow-up visit is carried out to ensure that the work has been carried out to the clients satisfaction and no inadvertent compromising of the system has occurred.

5. Annual Maintenance

In order for the termite management system to protect your home, it requires annual maintenance. This may be as simple as doing an annual termite inspection or it may require certain areas around the house to be retreated.




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