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Termites navigating through the grooves of a decaying piece of wood.


Termites are insects that if left unchecked feast on the wood furnishings and structure in your home, which can impact the value of your home and pose a safety hazard.  It is important to be proactive in dealing with a termite infestation before the population grows and the damage becomes more severe.

Because termites primarily live underground, a termite problem can initially go unnoticed for quite some time.  Our termite exterminators in Sydney are experts at identifying the signs of a termite problem and provide you with the best effective treatments, regardless of how big or small, and are very skilled, fully licensed, qualified, and trained. The first step in handling a them is a thorough inspection, and some properties are more prone to termite problems, so will need to be inspected more often. 

Some signs of a possible termite infection are:



Termites can cause wood floors to sag or appear buckled, which can be mistaken for normal wear or age, but a key factor in determining if there may be a termite problem is if the wood is softened. Termites dig small tunnels in wood as they eat, and fill the tunnels with a mud-like substance they excrete, and these filled tunnels have the effect of softening the wood. As they continue, this behavior could hollow out wood considerably, leading to a distinct spongy feeling to wood structures, which is one of the issues our termite exterminators in Sydney looks for.

Wooden door frame damaged by termite infestation.
Close-up of numerous termites on decayed wood, highlighting their pale bodies and darker heads in a dense cluster.


Even if the primary signs of a termite problem are found underneath a house, it is possible you may suspect a termite problem because of debris left behind by termites. You may also find wings dropped by termites who are migrating from one area to another. The best places to look for termite debris are stumps or wood on the perimeter of a property, or near other problem areas where termite tunnels, or mud holes, are likely to crop up. 

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Our termite inspection professionals inspect for likely termite entry points to see if any termite tunnel openings are visible. These tunnels are very small, and can be difficult, if not impossible to see, and may be underneath the home. Window sills are another likely termite entry point. During your termite inspection, we will be able to evaluate each home on an individual basis for where termites are most likely to be found. Best Pest Control Sydney takes bees pride in our thorough and effective approach to handling termite inspection.

Close-up of a wooden log heavily infested with termites, showing visible damage and numerous termites on its surface.
A close-up view of numerous termites on a fibrous surface, displaying varying stages of development and orange-tinted heads.


Regular termite inspection, as well as being proactive once you notice the signs of termite problems can help to reduce your home’s vulnerability to damage from these pests. Our termite control services in Sydney ensure that they’re completely gone and do not return to pester your home any longer. If you see any signs of infestation, its high time to run termite inspection as soon as possible to reduce your losses.

Frequently Asked Questions

Common signs include discarded wings, mud tubes on walls or foundations, hollow-sounding wood, visible damage to wood structures, and droppings that resemble sawdust. If you notice any of these signs, it’s important to contact a professional immediately.

To prevent termites, reduce moisture around your home’s foundation, store firewood away from the house, repair any leaks promptly, and ensure proper ventilation in crawl spaces. Regular professional inspections can also help detect and prevent infestations early.

If you find termites, avoid disturbing them and contact a pest control professional immediately. Disturbing termites can cause them to spread to other areas of your home, making treatment more difficult.

Termite treatments can include liquid termiticides applied to the soil around your home, baiting systems that attract and kill termites, and direct wood treatments. The best method depends on the extent of the infestation and the type of termites involved.

Yes, termite treatments are designed to be safe when applied by a professional. We use products that are approved for residential use and apply them in a manner that minimizes exposure to your family and pets.

Termites can enter a building through cracks in the foundation, expansion joints, and gaps around utility pipes. They are also attracted to moisture and can gain access through wood that is in direct contact with soil or through areas with high humidity.

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