In Australia, house owners spend a whopping $1.5 billion to repair termite-related damage each year. At Active Termite Control, we tailor treatment plans that work specifically for your house, in order to eradicate any ongoing termite infestation and save you tons of money that go on repairs.
Our services are available all over Sydney. No matter how severe your termite problem is, we have just the right treatment plan for you. Our technicians are ready to answer your calls 24/7 and help you schedule an inspection appointment as soon as possible.
Our liquid termiticide treatments are safe for indoor and outdoor use, so you can have peace of mind while your kids or pets are wandering around the house. Your safety is a top priority in our choice of the anti-termite treatments, and all the chemicals we use come with safety certification.
The liquid termiticide treatments not only provide immediate protection; their effects also extend for years to come to prevent re-infestation down the line.
Furthermore, our liquid termiticide can also be used as a pre-construction preventive measure against termites, as it forms a protective barrier around your house that repels white ants. The treatment is also safe to be laid within your house’s foundations as well, so termites won’t make a comeback.
It’s also worth noting that our experts use dedicated flow meters to measure the exact amount of the termiticide liquid delivered. By this means, we can guarantee that no spot is left unattended to, creating a potential entry point for future termite attacks.
Wall cracks, areas surrounding water pipes, and concrete gaps are all potential hidden spots favoured by termites. Our liquid termiticide won’t be enough to address such high-risk spots; that’s why we add dry foam treatments to seal off any openings.
The great thing about our dry foam termiticide is that it’s made from low moisture components. This way, the foam itself won’t soak up with water, creating damp spots that invite termite attacks.
At Active Termite Control, we can set carefully positioned bait stations that tap into the insect’s natural instincts and invite as many termites to consume the bait. The bait is then shared within the termite colony, affecting a large number of the white ants all at once.
This way, the growth of the colony is stunted, until it no longer can sustain itself. There are two types of bait stations that can be used; one goes into the ground, and the other sits above the ground.
Our Active Termite Control experts will develop a plan to cover your entire house perimeter with the least number of bait stations possible. The unobtrusive stations are designed to allow termites to get in and out freely.
Our technicians can then record termite activity across all the different stations, and according to the recorded level of activity, baits will be added to the stations that are frequently visited by the termites.
The in-ground baits are effective in outdoor areas, as they can be impeded into the soil. They’re usually applied near areas that favour termite growth like moist mud, decaying tree trunks, and the heads of irrigation sprinklers.
If the in-ground baits record high levels of termite activity, there’s a chance that the termites have already found their way inside your house. So, here comes the role of the above-ground baits that follow the same principles, but can be applied indoors.
It’s worth noting that the bait used inside such stations is completely safe for kids and pets. Its formula is irresistible to termites, so it’ll be hard to ignore if there is any termite activity near the bait station. Termites then take the bait back to their colony to share with the others and bring demise to the whole colony.
Once our termite treatment plan is in action, we’ll keep an eye on the bait stations and record the trends in termite activity. This way, we can adjust our termite control measures according to the situation.
At the end of each visit, our technicians will provide you with written reports on any new measures deployed, in addition to the expected timeframe for when the termite activity in your house should be eradicated.