How to Get Rid of Termites Effectively?

Getting rid of termites from your home or business requires a professional who understands termites and your property. Termites are known to live in colonies and feed of cellulose matter. Whether they feed of cabinetry, floorboards, rotting material in your basement or your very old college textbooks, they will remain happy and healthy if these sources of food remain.

Their destruction to your property is slow and silent and on most occasions their presence remains undetected. They usually are spotted during the month of Spring when the termites with wings start to escape from your home or business. Do not think that spraying ordinary insect spray will rid your property of termites. Using sprays can cause more harm than good. Since you will never target the source nor kill the entire colony, termites will carefully move away from that area and feed somewhere else. Then, you might never see them again!

The key to removing termites is to locate the source. We conduct a thorough inspection of your property by using the Termatrac Termite Detection Radar. The device is carefully calibrated to identify the precise movements of any object shaped like a termite behind walls, floors and ceilings. This equipment provides for a non-invasive procedure which ensures that the structure of your property is not affected.

Following termite treatment, our technician will give you some handy tips and instructions which we ask that you consider. This will allow the treatment to have maximum effect. Additionally, removing termites is not a one-off procedure. It requires regular and periodic treatment so that every single termite is treated. Failure to do this will encourage the termites to breed again and this will cause your termite worries to remain.

Call the termite experts at VIP Pest Control on 1800 198 041 to have us terminate your termite problems for good. If we cannot give you a price over the phone, we will send one our technicians out to your property to give you a free quotation.

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