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Termites are social insects which live in underground colonies and are often found in both new and old buildings. A single colony may consist of in excess of 1 million termites.

Termites need moisture and have a low tolerance to air and light, they live underground, attacking a home from below. A loose mortar joint, a minute space around a drain pipe, or a settlement crack in the basement is all they need to gain entry.

The most effective way of protecting your building from termite attack is to establish a long lasting chemical barrier below and around the building. This chemical barrier is placed before the ground slab is laid, as a pre-construction preventive treatment. If termites are already present in the building, a post construction treatment is required which involves drilling through the ground flooring and injecting the chemical into the soil below.


  • Sawdust like powder near doors, windows or garage are a distinct sign of infestation.

  • Stray wings left near doors, windows or garage.

  • Tiny holes on any wood surfaces in or outside of your home.

  • Flat plates of mud as well as tubes.

  • Paint that has started to bubble on wood surfaces.

  • Mud tunnels lining the foundation of your house either inside or outside.


  • Can cause serious damage to structures

  • Can eat away the equity you have built up in your home and property.

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