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Termites were once classified in a separate order from cockroaches, but recent phylogenetic studies indicate that they evolved from close ancestors of cockroaches during the Jurassic or Triassic. It is possible, however, that the first termites emerged during the Permian or even the Carboniferous. Approximately 3,106 species are currently described, with a few hundred more left to be described. Although these insects are often called white ants, they are not ants.

Termites mostly feed on dead plant material and cellulose, generally in the form of wood, leaf litter, soil, or animal dung.their recycling of wood and plant matter is of considerable ecological importance.

On the other hand, Most of your wood investments in this case will be highly compromised and threaten during infestation.

Termite Treatments

Termite Baiting System


We are Sumitomo Xterm™ Approved Applicator

The Xterm™ Termite Baiting System includes both Above Ground and In Ground components that utilise cartridges containing a bait matrix specially designed to maximise termite acceptance.

Xterm™ bait cartridges contain the latest insect growth regulator which provides fast eradication of subterranean termite infestations. It is easy to handle and install, works without having to drill and is environmentally friendly.

The bait attracts termites to the bait stations to feed even when there is a plentiful supply of alternative foodstuff in the area. The slow acting insect growth regulator within Xterm™ is then taken back to the nest and spread throughout the colony before taking effect. This allows the bait to reach even the Queen and the King. In other words, Xterm™ targets to the heart of the colony.

Xterm™ offers a professional looking and cleaner, non-messy formulation that is easy to install, service and monitor.


Benefits of Xterm™

  • Faster action

  • Fuss-free installation

  • Environmentally sound

  • Unobtrusive bait station design

  • Unique, highly attractive compressed cellulose formulation


Spraying in pest/vector control, the typical standard of applying pest-control chemicals and other compounds. In spraying, the chemicals to be applied are dissolved or suspended in water or, less commonly, in an oil-based carrier.

Post-Construction/Corrective Soil Treatment

Applying anti termite chemical at the 5 litres per linear meter to trenches dug to the base of the foundation of the buildingbeing treated, or via drill holes spaced at 30cm intervals in flooring slabs.Excavated soil should be treated and used as a backfill as well as the soil under and around porches.


  • Benefits

  • Highly effective Treated Zone to deter termite infestation

  • 5 years warranty




Generally, insecticides in dust formulation are applied to areas where pests are known to hide and migrate - especially areas where insecticide sprays do not reach or cannot be safely applied.  When used correctly, dusts will give a much longer pest killing residual than liquids.



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