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Once you complete all the steps, you can leave it up to Sydney's professional pest control operators to get the job done right and on time, providing you with excellent results and pest-free home.
Regardless of the pest control method used, you'll be required to follow a set of preparation steps to get everything ready for your pest control technicians to do their job.
Your pest control specialist will let you know which method will work best for your home. If they decide to go with insecticide injections, here's what you'll need to do to prep:
Prepare to leave your house for most of the day, as treatment may involve drilling into the concrete to treat the soil beneath, depending on the type of termites found.
Following your technician's instructions, you'll need to move all appliances and furniture away from the walls in the areas where they're planning to conduct their treatment.
You'll need to clear out and store any loose items, such as books, clothes and toys, as well as breakable items in areas that will be treated.
You'll need to clear out all closets and cabinets that will be treated.
You should also note down and mark any areas where you've noticed termite activity, so your technician can have a clearer picture of all affected areas.
If they decide to go with fumigation, here's what the prep process will include:
Prepare to leave your home for at least a few days. The fumigation process is quite different from insecticide injections and requires the use of lethal gas to eliminate pests from the entire structure. Because your entire home will be completely filled with gaseous pesticides, known as fumigants, you will need to relocate your entire family, and all pets, including fish.
You'll also need to remove all plants from your home. Do not return to your home before you get the green light from your pest control specialist.
Depending on the extent of the infestation, the fumigant will need to stay inside for up to 30 hours. Afterwards, your home will need to be aerated for at least 12 hours, and once it's safe to return, you can enter your home.
You'll need to also remove any food and medicines from your home or pack them up in fume bags.
Water the ground around the perimeter of your home so that the fumigant can go into the soil beneath and around your home.
Follow any additional steps that will be given by your pest control specialist to make sure your home, your family, and your possessions are safe during the fumigation process.
These are some of the main preparation steps you need to complete according to Sydney's leading pest control experts. Once you've gone through each of the points on the list, your home will be prepared for treatment, and you can leave the rest of the process up to your technician, so you can have your home pest-free and ready in no time.
If you're worried that you might be dealing with a termite infestation or you've noticed some termite activity but aren't sure what you should do about the problem, we are here to assist you every step of the way and provide you with useful information on proper inspection and pest control so you can get rid of your problem for good. Before you seek treatment and start addressing the termite damage that's occurred, you will need to know how to properly identify termites and what action to take to get the situation under control. Here's what you'll need to know.
Let's take a look at some of the most common signs to look out for when it comes to termite colonies and termite damage so you can determine if you require termite protection and termite management without calling pest control services right away.
If you're dealing with a termite infestation, the first signs you might spot would be wood damage below or behind wooden surfaces, such as floors and walls. As thermites feed on the wood, over time they cause structural damage that can even be seen with a naked eye. Once they hallow out or damage the wood, you will need to act fast to prevent further damage to your home's structure and integrity.
Noticing blisters on the surface of your wooden floor is yet another sign of active termites that are causing damage to your home. Blisters caused by termites are easy to spot and may appear similar to water damage at first glance.
The biggest telltale signs of a termite infestation are the mysterious piles of pellets and wood dust that appear to be sawdust at first glance but are actually termite droppings. If you notice droppings resembling sawdust or coffee grounds, you may be dealing with drywood termites.
Termites can fly their way into your home, and once they settle on a certain spot their wings will fall off. If you see a lot of wings on your window sills or any other entry point to your home, but no actual insects, this might mean that they are already hard at work on your home's wooden structures.
Other common signs of subterranean termites include mud tubes that can be found in areas where your home meets the ground. They can be the size of a pencil and are a result of the tunnels termites dig underneath the surface of your home, or underneath trees or sheds, so they can maintain a certain temperature and humidity level required for them to thrive.
To help you determine the best treatment option, you will need to conduct a thorough inspection of your home, looking for termite entry points, and signs of termite action so you can treat the issue accordingly and on time. Before we discuss the best treatment plans for termite infestations, let's take a look at some of the best ways of preventing and managing the risks of termite attacks.
Other signs you can look for include:
swarms of termites
clicking sounds coming from your walls, and
uneven or bubbling paint
Such methods include:
Fixing any leaks or moisture problems, such as inadequate ventilation, leaking pipes, and similar plumbing issues.
Clear any shrubbery that's near or covering weep holes.
Don't store wood near entry points to your home since you can easily bring in termites that way.
If you're building a new home, talk to your contractor about certain methods and materials that can be used to reduce the risk of termite infestations.
Get regular termite monitoring and treatment, following your pest control professional's inspection report and recommendations.
Use DIY termite barriers and repellents which are safe for your family and pets, but also effective in keeping termites away. Such products include boric acid, vinegar, nematodes, orange essential oil and so on.
Now that we've covered the basics when it comes to termite protection and prevention, as well as proper and timely identification, we can go over to some of the main ways you can use to treat a termite infestation.
If you suspect that you might have a termite problem or you haven't had a termite inspection in a long time, our pest control services have got you covered.
Our pest management and control programs include a thorough inspection of your property as well as developing a plan of action that will help our pest control specialists take care of your termite problem for good.
Here are the main termite treatment options used today:
Baiting is an effective way of destroying entire colonies of termites, by strategically placing bait stations around the parameter of the home, which will take care of any present or future infestations. Provided that you check on the bait stations and the treated zones frequently you will be able to keep your termite problems under control.
Soil treatments are used to keep subterranean termites away from your home, as well as destroy any current colonies that might be living inside. The way this treatment works is that our pest control specialists will dig a trench around your home's foundation, apply termiticide and cover the trench with dirt. The termiticide or chemical barrier will not only kill the termites present in your home, once they come to nest in the ground, but it will also help prevent future infestations.
Wood treatments come in a variety of forms. Some wood treatments can be conducted during the construction of a home. This surface application can help protect your home from potential infestations and keep your wooden structures safe. Other types of treatments include Borate treated wood, surface sprays, injected sprays and foams, and more. These can be used both as a preventative method and as a way to take care of current infestations.
Here's what you can do to move things along and make the whole process run smoothly.
To prepare your home for an inspection or a termite treatment you will need to move your furniture and other items that are near the walls. That way the technicians can have at least a meter of space between the walls and your furniture so they can work properly. Additionally, you will need to empty out all items from underneath your kitchen and bathroom sink, since an important step of the inspection is checking for termite activity near your water sources.
If the entrance points to your attic or crawl space are blocked, you will need to move any items that are blocking them and clear the way for your pest control specialist to enter and conduct a proper termite inspection.
Take care of your landscape, making sure that no plants or shrubs are covering the foundation of your home or the exterior walls.
If you take the time to go through all these steps before your scheduled inspection or treatment you can save your pest control specialist a lot of time, saving yourself money in the process.
The larger your home or property is, the more time and effort will be required to get all areas inspected and treated properly, which will end up costing you more.
The cost of the services also depends on the extent of your termite problem, and the amount of time and effort it takes your technician to treat all affected areas. Termites love warm, humid areas and climates, so if you happen to live in such an area, you may be more susceptible to termite infestations.
In order for you to get an effective termite treatment for your property, you will need to select the appropriate method that works best in your situation. Your pest control specialist will be able to help you choose the right treatment that fits your needs and is within your budget. In some cases, termite sprays and repellents can get the job done for a very low price. However, as soon as their effects wear off, your problem will likely return as well. That's why some situations require a more hands-on and complex approach, such as setting up baiting systems or termite barriers, which require a lot more work.
While your location is not among the top main factors that determine the price of the treatment, it can sometimes play a role in it as well. As we mentioned before, if you live in an area that's considered as some sort of a hot spot for termites, you may have a more extensive problem that requires a lot more effort and time, causing the final price of the services to go up.
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One of the most common ways to get rid of termites is using Boric acid. You can use Boric acid on an open infestation or on pieces of wood and furniture you suspect might be infested. You can also use beneficial nematodes, which are unsegmented worms whose sole purpose is to hunt down termites and other garden pests. They’ll be able to eliminate the infestation within 48 hours of planting them.
Before you take any necessary measures to get rid of termites in your home, you’ll need to track down the infestation. Signs like holes in woodwork, sagging floors and hollow parts of your foundation are more than enough evidence that you have termites in your home, and you need to take action before things get out of hand.
Termites thrive in warmer climates. There are over 360 types of termites in Australia, classified in three main categories according to where they nest and feed: subterranean, drywood and dampwood. Subterranean termites live in a wide range of areas, dampwood termites can be found in coniferous forests, while drywood termites can be found in hardwood forests.
While they are very tiny, termites are visible with the naked eye. They have a soft body and can be grey, white or brown. Same as with other insects they have a head, a thorax and an abdomen. What differentiated them from other insects the most is the fact that their waist and antenna are straight and their wings are the same length (this goes for winged termites).
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