A1 Pest Control Termidor Barrier

Why you really should consider having a Termidor Treatment for your existing home

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If you really want to have the very best termite protection, it pays to know your enemy. Termites! They are much more likely to damage your home over the years than fire, flood and earthquake damage put together.

Years ago, preventing termite attack with nasty chemical like the organochlorines was considered the best treatment and prevention – but these “White Ants” are intelligent enough to avoid termtie barriers and find other ways in. Plus the old style termiticides didn’t really kill off the colonies, it just killed worker and soldier termites that landed in the treated soil.

How does it work?
Firstly, Termidor isn’t a repellent. Termites don’t know that they are being harmed, so they crawl through it and will die within a few days, inside a couple of days, as well as make it through the termite leads and nest. It is also moved to uninfected termites upon touch. Simply because they cannot identify the substance, they’re not able to recognize the reason for their demise and do something to prevent it.

They could be small however these prehistoric timber tasters are an issue in suburban areas, particularly seaside zones with sandy soils and well treed and surrounding suburbs. They’re going to great measures to avoid sight, tunnelling underneath the ground and eating timber from the inside.

Home insurance plans don’t cover termite damage, and when you not use effective termite protection services, the price of repair is going to be yours.

Would you manage to spend $17,000 to correct termite damage? Based on the building advisory service from the Australian Institute of Designers, that’s the typical repair bill for any termite infested home. Severe damage might cost over ten times that quantity to correct.

How about DYI? Can I do it myself?
No, Termidor barrier protection isn’t on a do-it-yourself basis. Professional termite services who provide the termiticide should be trained very well to obtain maximum effect. This protection may also be more costly than older treatment techniques, however it can safeguard your house from termites for up to 8 years.

When you need to outsmart termites, you’ve got to use the best in the industry for outstanding termite protection!

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The Transfer Effect

Because of Termidor’s unique “Transfer Effect™”, termites have no idea that they have consumed or contacted TERMIDOR to be able to die from this. All they have to do is get in touch with another termite which has already approached or consumed TERMIDOR. They then spread TERMIDOR onto other termites and finally it makes it all the way back to the nest. Termites natural reaction is to groom one another. The “Transfer Effect™ ” makes a benefit of this. It’s another reason not one of the other termiticides works in this unique way as does TERMIDOR.

TERMIDOR and Surrounding Environment

When applied correctly, based on the directions, Termidor has a very minimal effect on the surrounding environments.

The active component (Fipronil) continues to be registered in household pet items around australia since 1996 and is considered safe for puppies and kittens to use this insectide. TERMIDOR continues to be evaluated through the Commonwealth Department of Health insurance and Ageing, and it is fully approved to be used in domestic and commercial situations. TERMIDOR is water-based and it has no odour, won’t leach through soil and isn’t harmful to soil micro-microorganisms, worms or plants.