WHY INVEST IN TERMITE INSPECTION WITH
REDBACK PEST CONTROL?
There are a lot of termites in Homebush and they’re always looking for a food source.
If your home is a high risk or unprotected from termite’s then termites will forage for food source, this could easily be found within your walls of your home.
Not to mention, there can be over one million termites living in a single colony and it is not uncommon to find two colonies within the same proximity of another.
A TERMITE-FREE HOME IS VERY POSSIBLE WITH REDBACK PEST AND TERMITE CONTROL
If your home has no protection from termites, don’t wait another day thinking about it.
Whether you have termites in your home already or want to take action before it’s too late we can help.
We offer a wide range of termite control services to meet all your termite control needs.
You need to take first step and Book a Termite Inspection
If you think you have a problem with Termites
call Redback Pest Control Sydney now on 1800 733 222 for expert advice
Many Australian homeowners live in fear of termite infestations. A serious infestation can result in major timber damage, with consequently huge repair costs. A frightening aspect of a subterranean termite infestation is that the termites often flourish undetected until costly damage has already occurred. The goal of owners of older homes should be to find and stop the termites before the damage gets out of hand.
Subterranean termites are widespread in most warmer countries, causing substantial structural damage in urban areas. Subterranean termites occur in large colonies that live underground and feed on available wood. Termites can enter a structure by tunnelling through wood or by building mud leads over or through cracks in foundation walls. If you suspect that you have termites, you should have an inspection conducted by qualified personnel. However, there are signs that you can check for yourself.
Signs of Termite Activity
Evidence of subterranean termites may be one or more of the following:
- A sagging door or floor, a warped wall, a hollow sounding beam.
- Discoloured or blistering paint, depressions in wood, moisture collecting in unusual places, springy floors or steps
- Mud shelter tubes (light / dark brown in colour – clay like texture)
- Workings (mud like material) found in wall voids
- Wood Rot (may attract termites)
Recognising Active Termites
Termite Damaged Timber
Termite Mud Leads
CALL 1800 733 222 NOW!For peace of mind remember to Book a Regular Termite Inspection from Redback Pest Control
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