Termite Management in Trinity Beach

Termites — Pest Solutions in Trinity Beach, QLD

Comprehensive Termite Treatments

Termites, also known as white ants, are all over Australia—causing millions of dollars in damage to homes everywhere. The problem is so bad that insurance companies will not cover termite damage in your home. This means that if your house is infested with termites, the cost of having them removed comes out of your own pocket.

Adept Integrated Pest Solutions utilises proven treatments to assist in eliminating termites from your property. Termite control and management is recognised as the most effective ways of reducing your long-term risk of infestation.

Having your property inspected regularly allows us to eradicate any signs of termites before the infestation becomes unmanageable. Our team utilises a number of chemical and non-chemical treatment options to ensure your home is safe. Baiting is another proven treatment we offer.

Signs of termite infestation include:

  • Clicking sounds from the walls caused by worker termites munching wood
  • Swarmers flying around your home
  • Knocking on drywall and other timber items can cause a hollow or papery sound
  • Warped doors & stiff windows caused by the moisture termites produce while eating wood
  • Termite droppings called frass. They are not always visible, but these small marks can be found around the infested area.
If you notice these signs on your property, contact a pest management service immediately. We can also inspect your home and apply preventive measures to keep termites away.
Professional Pest Control Contractor — Pest Solutions in Trinity Beach, QLD

Pre-Purchase Inspections

Buying a home is a huge investment, and you should ensure there are no pest issues before finalising your purchase. We perform detailed pre-purchase inspections to ensure the property is free of termites and pest activity. Our knowledgeable technicians detect signs of infestations and make sure to warn you about the necessary steps to take to deal with the issue.

In Australia, it’s recommended to get your home inspected for termites every 6 to 12 months. Doing this prevents the insects from establishing colonies and causing damage. If you’re a current homeowner, it’s a preventative measure you can take to ensure your home’s structural integrity.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to recognise termites?
Termites are similar to ants, but their color is paler. These insects are up to ¼-inches long with straight antennas. Thorax and abdomen sections seem connected, which is why they appear to have only a head and body. ‘Swarmers’ might also have wings.
Do termites eat wood?
How long do termites live?