Home Services Adelaide can provide you complete termite inspection Adelaide. Termites are detritivores and are most commonly known for severe damage that can be caused to wood structures in home and wooden furniture.

Termites look like
little white antsEven Though they are small, they are surprisingly capable of chewing a remarkable amount of wood throughout the day.

Signs that can indicate a termite infestation includes a mud tube around a wall or damage to other areas of your property. Termites have been around for a long time. Some of them are blind and dependent on the type of habitat.

Types of termites

Dampwood Termites: They can infest moist and decaying wood. They will not nest in soil like other termites.

Drywood Termites: They are known to build nests in structural wood and they too do not nest in soil.

Formosan Termites: These are extremely destructive and can create significant nests with several million termites.

Risks Associated
With TermitesTermites, in general, do not hold any health risk but can involve household structural risk. They rarely bite. They bite only if they are handled.

The damage they cause can be dramatic and they have an ability to consume remarkable amounts of wood. With colonies, an infestation of termites can have drastic effects and you need an immediate professional help as soon as possible.

Home Services Adelaide will provide appropriate building inspections Adelaide that will be able to tackle your termite problem in a variety of different ways. There are different types of termite which can cause damage in a variety of ways and areas as well. They can also create different nesting habitats which can make the termite inspection Adelaide a little difficult to handle. Assessing correct treatment is quite essential as termite infestation forms a broader range of problem than other services we provide such as gutter protection systems, pest control services etc. There are various methods of termite control that can be done. Some of them include:

  • Baits
  • Traps
  • Chemical and Non-Chemical Treatment
  • Treatment of problem areas by making the breeding ground less attractive for termites like where moisture is present.

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