All termites belong to the phylum Arthropoda, the class Insect, and the order Isoptera. There are over 2,000 different species of termites with over 40 species. Although they have distinct characteristics, most look similar. They typically measure between 1/4 and 1/2 of an inch long and have soft bodies with straight antennae. The queens and kings are larger, capable of reaching over one inch long. Colours range from white to light brown where worker termites often appear lighter, while swarming termites darker. Flying termites, also called reproductive, have two pairs of prominent wings. Our team of expert staff offers a completely professional service. They have been prepared on many aspects which enables them to make the foremost effective recommendations of treatment for your termite plagued property.
Before termite infestations can be treated it is imperative to carry out an assessment of your premises which is able uncover the species of termites. Once a full evaluation has been done, a recommendation will be made on the options of treatment. Given the intensity of the infestation, we will then effectively treat active termites found and in case there’s no evidence of an infestation, we will implement a proactive termite prevention solution. In giving suggestions, providing treatment and implementing preventive measures, our team of expert staff offers a completely professional service. They have been prepared on many aspects which enables them to make the foremost effective recommendations of treatment for your termite plagued property.
METHOD OF TREATMENT
TERMITE BAIT STATIONS
Termite Baiting System includes both Above Ground and In Ground components that utilize cartridges containing a bait matrix specially designed to maximize termite acceptance.
Termite bait cartridges contain the latest insect growth regulator which provides fast eradication of subterranean termite infestations. It is easy to handle and install, works without having to drill and is environmentally friendly.
The bait attracts termites to the bait stations to feed even when there is a plentiful supply of alternative foodstuff in the area. The slow acting insect growth regulator in the bait is then taken back to the nest and spread throughout the colony before taking effect. This allows the effect to reach even the Queen and the King. This targets the heart of the colony.