Termite Inspection

By: Senior Pest Management  22-Nov-2016
Keywords: Termites

When it comes to protecting your home from termites, regular termite inspections are essential. A recent study has found more than one in every 5 homes in Sydney had been affected by subterranean termites at some stage. This resulted to an estimate damage bill of more than $100 million every year. Termites are an essential part of our pest management services. These species are one of the most destructive pests to a home or building owner. In most cases a large extent of termite damage is carried out, without the home or building owner knowing. Your home is your most valuable asset and unfortunately, your home can also be a major food source for these unwanted visitors. Termites can cause extensive damage to property resulting in stress and financial loss. Termites have a ferocious appetite for timber, paper, furniture and all other products that contain cellulose. Termite inspections carried out on a regular basis will significantly reduce the chance of termites establishing themselves within your property and further more causing extensive damage. Senior Pest Management can assist the home owner professional help in providing the most effective termite management programs and prevention systems available. We will highlight any conducive conditions on the property which can attract termites attacking your home as well as discussing recommendations for ongoing prevention.

Keywords: Termites

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