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Termites entering house via hole in brickwork

Signs You May Have Termites

Termites do leave signs of their presence. Often it's the damage they cause that you'll see, rather than the termites themselves.

Do you have:

  • Hollow sounding timber - Termites eat timber from the inside out leaving a thin veneer of timber or paint. So wen you tap on an area that has termite damage, it will sound hollow.
  • Mud Trails which are the termite's excrement or ‘mud’ enable termites to trap heat and moisture. 
  • Cracks in the cornice or door jams - As termites eat away the timber in your walls or door jams, some cracking usually occurs.

 

Annual Termite Inspections

Your home is usually your most significant lifetime investment, it pays to ensure the home is not devalued by termites. We've heard of cases where termites cause up to $100,000 in structural damage to floor, wall and ceiling damage without the tell tale signs of their presence.

Annual termite inspections are absolutely essential for early detection of termite activity on the property to prevent the potential for large scale damage and expensive repairs.

Inspections also assess the conditions that make a property more susceptible to timber pests and ways to minimise the risk of attack. A great majority of homes in mainland Australia are at risk from termite attack.

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