The Importance Of Regular Termite Inspections and Preventative Treatment

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Did you know that termites infestation is the reason behind the billions of dollars worth of property and assets damage each year in Australia? Correctly rendering a termite treatment takes the right experience and knowledge—and that’s what you’ll get with Tradie Team.

Here are some questions you might ask:

Why should you worry about termites?

Termites are widely known as a damaging pest to have in your home or business. They sometimes are known as ‘white ants’ and can cause extensive damage to the property if they are not inspected, managed or treated by qualified termite control professionals. Termites will feed on wood 24 hours-a-day but also damage papers, books, furniture insulation and even swimming pool liners and filtration systems. That means a termite infestation can quickly turn into a significant problem.

The Importance of Regular Termite Inspection

The reason behind the regular termite’s inspection and why preventive pest control is so important is that when a home is infested and damaged by termites, it will look no different on the outside. One of the best preventative measures that you can take for your property is to schedule regular termite inspections; It can catch an infestation in its primary stages and allow for the quick elimination of these small insects that can cause significant structural damages. If left untreated, termites can cause severe structural damages inside of homes, they can cause floors to buckle, walls to become paper thin, ceilings to droop, windows and doors to become warped, and in extreme cases can create your home to be unsafe to live.

Termites cannot be controlled with do-it-yourself measures. If you suspect a termite infestation contact us immediately. Our pest control technicians are highly experienced in providing pest control and inspection services; they can help you find the presence of termites way before you can or someone with a less trained eye could.