Termite Control

By: Senior Pest Management  22-Nov-2016
Keywords: Termite Control, Termite Inspection, Termite Treatment

Termite control or termite management is recognised as the most effective way of reducing your long term risk or termites attacking your home. Nemesis is an Australian termite baiting system designed to attract and eliminate termite colonies in a safe and non-evasive way for you and your family. The system uses a number of unique stations for in-ground and above ground interception of active termites. Nemesis in- ground stations are deployed around the perimeter of your home to perform a barrier against foraging termites trying to enter your home. Termite attractive timber inserts are placed inside these external stations and are monitored on a regular basis by a qualified inspector for termite activity. When live termites have been detected in the stations an insect growth regulator (IGR) chlorfluazuron, is then introduced which is the active constituent in the nemesis bait. Active termites will then feed on the highly attractive bait food source and translocate the IGR to other members of the colony, at levels undetectable by those termites, until the colony collapses. Baiting for termites is a very effective and affordable method of termite control and gives the home owner on-going non-toxic termite management for the long term. The most effective defence against termites attacking your home is prevention.

Keywords: Termite Control, Termite Eradication, Termite Inspection, Termite Protection, Termite Treatment

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