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Termite pest control is extremely important that you get under control. Termite is the common name of a group of chemically complex insects that live in communities as ants do. They have long been known as white ants, But actually termites are more closely related to cockroaches and grasshoppers. Their mouth parts, antennae, thick waists, primitive wings and other features resemble those of cockroaches.

Termites are all over Australia causing millions of damage to homes everywhere they can find food. The problem is so bad that insurance companies may not cover termite damage in your home. This means that if your house is infested with termites, you are going to have pay to have them removed and to have the damage repaired.

Termites digest wood, paper, and other material containing cellulose, with aid of protozoain their bodies. They do much damage in tunnelling through the wood work of houses destroy books and furniture, and do great damage by tunnelling through fence posts, trees, timbers of wooden buildings, bridges, trestles, and other structures. In houses they eat, cloth furniture, books and paper.

A termite inspection is an inspection of the building and property including roof void, sub-floor, internal and external timbers, and trees and fences within the property boundaries. It deals with the detection of live termite activity, and evidence of termite damage, and includes details of areas of risk.
Soldiers – Termite species is Copotermes Acinaciformis which are coming out of Flight holes.This is where Alates fly out each year (which are future kings and queens).

 

A pre-purchase house inspection should be carried out before a property is purchased. This is is an inspection of the building and property including roof void, sub-floor, internal and external timbers, and trees and fences within the property boundaries. It deals with the detection of live termite activity, borer activity, timber decay, chemical delignification, and evidence of damage caused by these pests and includes details of areas of risk.

 

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