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    No one ever wants to discover that their Local Mount Annanhome or Sydney home has termites.
    It’s a homeowner’s worst nightmare!

    1 in 3 Sydney homes can get termites, an informed homeowner is far better off than one who ignores the problem.

    To protect your home or business from subterranean termites, you need to learn about the behavior of this termite pest and take steps for prevention.

    What Are Subterranean Termites?

    The various species of subterranean termites do more damage than any other termite types found in Mount Annan. Subterranean termites build elaborate tunnels or “mud tubes” that allow them to find food and to avoid contact with daylight. With their saw-like crushing jaws, these voracious insects eat wood fragments one-by-one, until they’ve done Major damage to a building, even to the point of that the structures can collapse. Termites Have Excellent Appetites How much damage they can do depends on the type and size of the termite, and how long you had termites. They can eat up to two to three times their body weight every day. Since subterranean termites live where moisture is available, they’re most likely to cause the most damage in and around Sydney homes, as we love are gardens and our landscaping, and so do TERMITES. Most of the time, you won’t have a clue until the damage is already done

    Where Can I Find Termite Damage On My Property?

    It’s a smart idea to inspect your property periodically looking for signs of termite infestations. Here are a few signs to look for:
    • Walls can smell like mould or damp
    • Mud tubes along walls and the foundation
    • Soft or patterns in floors and walls
    • Small holes in drywall
    • Wood that sounds hollow when tapped

    Termite Swarmers

    Swarmers’ reproductive capabilities enable them to become queens and kings of future termite colonies. They have wings, and thus their ability to swarm as part of the termite mating process. Swarms of alates flying from the colony (usually in October/ December) and then can also be noted Mid-January to Early March. While it’s true that alates swarming can be quite a site to see, especially if they’re inside you home, this may mean your too late and the damage is done. The alates are not the termites that eat the wood in your home. Those are the worker termites. A termite swarm is 99% evidence of an infestation in your home. Just Killing the alate swarmers won’t take care of your termite problem. If you see swarmers outside or around your home, there is a nest or colony nearby—which means you need to call professional termite inspector, before the damage to your home gets any worse Contact Redback Termite and Pest Control Sydney On (02) 9608 6433 or 0400 733 222

    Identifying Subterranean Termites

    The queen is the largest termite, with wings nearly twice as long as her body. The king is much smaller.

    Swarmer’s have long, dark brown bodies and translucent, light brown wings.

    Their bodies typically measure about ¼ to ½ inch.

    Workers and soldiers have cream-colored bodies, are wingless, and are only up to ¼ inch long.

    Their tiny but powerful jaws help them chew wood and move obstructive materials.

    Soldiers have a distinctive appearance, with large jaws, rectangular heads, and wide, flat bodies.

    Although their bodies are creamy white, their heads are light to dark brown. 

    Protecting Your Home or Business from Termites with Redback Pest and Termite Control Sydney

    Termites are on the March

     We have fond them in, Campbelltown- Liverpool-Blacktown-Penrith Local Suburbs: Including-Harrington Park,Bradbury,Mount Annan,Hoxton Park,Prestons,Edmendson Park,Lalor Park,Kings Park,Bellavista,Jordan Springs,Glenmore Park,Kindswood and all Through the Blue Mountains.

    The Roof voids,Interior,Exterior, yards and subfloor areas should be Inspected by a professional pest control technician for any termites or termite damage at least once a year.

    ATBS –
    Is A revolution in
    termite baiting technology

    Termite baiting is designed to protect structures by
    eliminating foraging termites around your home.

    The Trelona ATBS.

    (Advance Termite Baiting System)
    has been developed to allow

    pest management
    professionals the opportunity to tailor the most

    termite management solution, for any Australian home.

    Combined protection – unmatched piece of mind

    The unique advantage of Trelona ATBS
    is that it can be used in combination with Termidor Residual

    termiticide and insecticide and Termidor HE high-efficiency termiticide.
    Termidor has been the most trusted name in termite control since 2002 and has been the benchmark
    for termiticides in the Australian market. This trusted technology can now be combined with the most
    advanced baiting system available.

    Don’t risk it!

    CALL 1800 733 222 NOW!

    Why Choose Redback Pest and Termite Control?

    We offer expert pest and termite control treatments designed to remove, control and prevent termites from invading your home or business in the Local Mount Annan and Sydney areas.


    Termite infestations can happen in a matter of weeks or even days.

    Termites will eat your home or investment right out from under you!


    • Annual Inspections
    • Thermal Imaging Detection
    • Moisture Meter Detection
    • Tools of the trade (Bright Touch)
    • Full Written Reports


    • Identification of Termite Type
    • Fully Identified & Documented
    • Damage Caused by Termites
    • Expert Professional Advise
    • Removal of Associated Risks


    • Removal of Termite Nesting
    • Prevention Treatments
    • Destruction of Termite Colony
    • Treat all areas attacked by Termites
    • Chemical Barriers
    • Advanced & Safe Products


    • Full Prevention Plans
    • Monitor Termite Activity
    • Baiting of Termites
    • Destruction of Colony
    • While you sleep it works
    • Ongoing Inspections

    Contact Redback Termite and Pest Control Sydney On (02) 9608 6433 or 0400 733 222