Termites might be small, but they are a huge problem in Canberra. If you have discovered termites in your home, it is essential to take swift action to exterminate them. Termites can cause severe damage to your property, so choosing the best termite control products is crucial to get rid of them. There are many different termite control options, but which is the best for your situation?
Canberra Pest Exterminators can help you find the best termite control products. There are a few options for termite control, but Kordon, Greenzone, and TERM-seal are the most popular options. The technicians at Canberra Pest Exterminators have years of experience with these products. We can recommend options depending on your property’s level of termite activity.
What Damage Can Termites Cause?
Termites are tiny insects that live in underground colonies. They eat wood, paper, and other cellulose-based materials and can quickly enter homes through cracks in the foundation or other openings. Once they get inside, termites can quickly tunnel through the wood because they don’t sleep and breed rapidly. In addition, termites release bacteria when they eat. This bacteria breaks down the cellulose fibres in wood, making the wood weaker and more susceptible to damage.
As a result, termites can weaken the foundations of houses and other buildings, making them more susceptible to collapse. In addition, termites can also ruin furniture, flooring, and any other wooden objects in their path.
What Are the Best Termite Control Products?
Canberra Pest Exterminators have treated termites for years and know which products work best to get rid of termites. Kordon, Greenzone, and TERM-seal are the most popular termite control treatments. These products can be applied in a variety of different conditions and customised to your situation.
Kordon termite barriers are installed during the pre-construction phase of a building project. These barriers are placed around the property’s perimeter, creating a physical barrier that prevents termites from entering the structure. In addition to the physical barrier, Kordon termite barriers also include a chemical treatment that kills any termites that come into contact with the barrier.
This two-pronged approach effectively protects buildings from termite damage. The installation process is relatively straightforward and can be completed in a short time. As a result, Kordon termite barriers are an ideal solution for protecting new construction projects from termite damage.
Kordon termite products are one of the most effective and trusted termite control products on the market. If you’re looking for a reliable and effective way to protect your home or business from termite damage during the construction phase, Kordon is an excellent choice. Contact Canberra Pest Exterminators today for more information about Kordon termite barriers and other termite control products. We’re happy to answer any questions you have.
TERM-Seal Termite Management Systems
TERM-seal is another excellent option for termite control in Canberra. Their products are designed to provide long-term protection against termites, ants, and other pests. Like Kordon termite barriers, TERM-seal is a termite management system usually installed during the construction phase. Canberra Pest Exterminators are accredited TERM-seal installers with years of experience dealing with these products.
Our most popular TERM-seal products include the TERM-seal Barrier Systems for New Buildings and TERM-seal Termite-Pro Perimeter Retreatment Systems.
Termite-Pro Perimeter Retreatment Systems
This termite system is placed around the perimeter of your property and provides ongoing termite pesticide solutions. When used in combination with other termite control systems it can provide holistic protection. Retreatment systems can be installed on new builds or during renovations.
The TERM-seal Barrier System
TERM-seals pre-construction termite barrier system offers a combination of physical and chemical termite barriers. The system provides long-lasting protection against termites during the construction process.
The TERM-seal termite Barrier System is an effective way to protect your home from termites. The system involves installing a physical barrier around the foundation of your house. This barrier prevents termites from gaining access to the wood in your home, making it more difficult for them to build their nests. In addition, the system includes a chemical treatment that repels and kills termites that come into contact with the barrier. Combining these two components makes the TERM-seal termite Barrier System an effective way to keep your home free of termites.
Canberra Pest Exterminators have applied Greenzone for years and find it an effective way to stop pests. One of their most popular termite control solutions includes the Greezone Expansion Foam.
Termites are tiny and entire colonies can fit through cracks and crevices in your home. Designed to fill gaps, the Greenzone Expansion Foam prevents termites from getting in. The foam is also great for filling larger holes and voids in walls, around pipes and other potential entry points for pests.
Once applied, the foam expands and hardens to create a physical barrier that termites cannot penetrate. The product also has a long-lasting residual effect that will continue to protect your home for years to come.
If you are concerned about termites in your home, or if you have any questions about these pre-construction termite products, don’t hesitate to contact us today!
Canberra Termite Control Products & Systems
Canberra Pest Exterminators have provided pest control services to Canberra residents for many years. As a locally owned and operated business, we pride ourselves on exceptional customer service. We offer a variety of pest control services, including termite control. Our team of experienced professionals will work with you to find the best solution for your termite problem.
We also offer various other pest control services, including cockroach, spider and rat control. If you have any questions about our pest control services, or if you would like to schedule a free consultation, please contact us today.