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Termite Treatment & Termite Control

Getting rid of termites can be incredibly frustrating as locating the termites and killing them can be extremely difficult. If you have a pest or termite problem in Townsville, you need to give the team at Termites Gone a call. We are here to help with termite control!

Our team of pest control specialists at Termites Gone use the latest technology and innovative tools of the trade to safely and efficiently remove termite infestations from your property. 

At Termites Gone, we offer affordable pricing and traditional values, assuring you get our best termite treatment services.

 

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Contaminating or destroying food, debasing landscapes, and just being a general nuisance. No one wants an ant infestation of their home or business. It can come across completely unprofessional on a business premises and can be dangerous around young sensitive children in the home! Get it handled with us.

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Something is PESTering you? Got pests? Any little critters you want removed from your personal or professional space, that’s something which can be handled swiftly, safety, and with no tidy up needed! Give us a call to get the Townsville pest control job done today.

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Hand-Sprayed Chemical Soil Treatments

Our hand-sprayed chemical soil treatments are an excellent preventative tool to ensure termites don’t make it into your home. Once we locate termite activity, we use this method to protect the area from future termite problems.

This treatment option works by injecting a termiticide into exposed soil, typically near the external walls of a property. If we’re working with hard surfaces like concrete, we can use a specialised wand to spray directly into drill holes or gaps.

Depending on the type of termites we’re dealing with, we may use termiticides to deter termites from entering the property. In other cases, we can use a termiticide that adheres to the termites so that they return it to their colony, which vastly reduces their numbers.

It’s worth noting that termiticides lose their potency over time, so we advise respraying areas every 5 years or so. Give us a call on 0411 053 966 to book!

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Lining Pipe For Termite Treatment

Chemical Reticulation Soil Treatments

This is an alternative approach to hand-spraying termiticides and works by pumping chemicals through a pipe that’s buried in the soil by the outside walls of a property. The pipe periodically pumps out a set amount of termiticides over a prolonged period of time. The chemicals are evenly distributed throughout the system to ensure that a wide area is treated.

We tend to use this solution if there isn’t any decking or paving laid down on the property. It’s a great way to re-treat the area over time with minimal effort and disruption. It’s typically more expensive up-front than the hand spraying solution, but it saves you money when it comes to re-treating the property as fewer chemicals are used. Enquire online today!

Termite Baiting Stations

We also have non-chemical approaches to termites in the form of baiting stations. It’s an excellent way to tackle active termites and we can use the stations to monitor termite levels and provide preventative measures where necessary. These stations are placed across the perimeter of the property and are filled with timber – which termites love to eat. If any termites make their way into the baiting stations, they are fed a growth inhibitor that makes its way into the colony, restricting its ability to develop.

There are a few setups that we can use depending on the property and nature of the issue, which allows us to tailor our solutions to meet your needs. This option is a little more expensive than spraying, but it’s an excellent choice if you’re wanting to avoid any poisonous chemicals during treatment. Get a quote today!

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Spraying Chemical On Wood

Termite Treatment

We use the spot treatment method to take out any active termites that we find on a property. This is an approach that we typically use when there is an active infestation outside of the home and it works to immediately drop termite numbers. It isn’t a substitute for our other options, but an additional approach.

The spot treatment uses a form of liquid termiticide that we apply to active termites we find. It’s a great option for outdoor areas such as gardens, tree stumps or bushes. It’s also a very cost-effective method of controlling termites and goes a long way toward future infestations, but it isn’t comprehensive enough to remove all termites. Book a termite treatment today!

Frequently Asked Question

Are termites really that bad for my property?

The short answer to this question is yes. Did you know that, according to the Australian Building Association, termites cause more damage to Aussie houses than floods, storms and fires combined? Once you know that your property has termites, the damage they wreck is already well underway, and you should be acting quickly to avoid the worst outcome. Termites destroy buildings and, in a matter of months, can destroy entire roofs, walls and foundations. Then they move onto your furnishings. Scary stuff, yes, but that’s why it’s so important to act quickly once you recognise a termite problem.

What do termites look like, and how will I know I have them?

Termites are tiny little white or brown creatures that, while eyeless and wingless, have mouths that are designed for gnawing through just about any material, and they particularly like wood. They operate in colonies with roles like queens, workers and soldiers, and their primary mission is to cause the most damage possible.

There are a number of ways you can identify that you may have termites, and that’s when it’s time to call in the experts ASAP. Windows and doors sticking or being hard to open, tunnels in wood appearing, damage to your floors and ceiling, the appearance of “mud tubes” (little tubes made of termite faeces and dirt) and cracked plaster or paint can all point to termites. They can also cause power cuts. Sometimes you can literally see flying termites in and around your home, which is pretty definitive proof of a termite infestation.

What is your process? What will I receive as part of my termite inspection and removal?

As soon as you recognise you may have a termite problem, it’s important to call us as soon as possible. Mick, or one of his expert team, will attend your property in a timely manner to assess the situation and to decide on the best course of action. A detailed report including our professional recommendations follows this initial inspection.

From there, we will move ahead with your termite treatment and eradication, which may include the installation of a termite barrier, which protects your property from any termite reappearances in the future.

What other pests do you offer pest removal of?

While we are the Townsville experts in termite removal, Termites Gone eradicate all types of creepy crawlies from homes and businesses. Cockroaches, ants, spiders and bed bugs are also in our repertoire, and our pest control treatments for these are cost-effective, efficient and come with a warranty on all work completed.

What is your experience in removing termites and other pests?

Our director Mick is passionate about pest removal, and in his over 20 years in the industry, has seen it all. He founded Termites Gone in 2010. He and his team are highly qualified in all facets of termite and pest removal, as well as being fully certified and holding current licences to perform termite and pest control work.

Do you have more questions? Give us a call today to chat to the expert Townsville termite removal team at Termites Gone on 0411 053 966!

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