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Termites infestation is potentially one of the most damaging infestations to your home, and cause considerable and costly damage each year to the homeowners who don’t take proactive steps in preventing termite infestation and damage.

Once a termite infestation starts, it will nearly always need professional treatment control services in order to protect your home or business from termites.  If you notice signs of termite infestation, we recommend being proactive and calling in the Best Pest Control Sydney for a thorough inspection and to develop a termite protection plan, although there are things you can do to reduce your chances of having termite problems.


Termite protection and prevention can be easy and inexpensive, if you are proactive about keeping them out of your home.  After an infestation has begun, it becomes more difficult and expensive to eliminate these unwelcome pests and repair any damage they’ve done.  There are a few proactive termite prevention steps you can take to keep your costs down, help prevent termite problems, and limit the damage termites are able to cause to your home.

Termite Protection Methods

Use wood treated to prevent termites and remove termite attractants.
Reduce humidity.
Use bait to help spot the presence of termites near your home.
Use barrier methods as a means of termite protection from entering your home.
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Termites eat, live near, and are attracted to wood debris and materials containing cellulose. If you are going to be using these materials for firewood, landscaping, or other purposes, choose products which have been treated for termite protection, so they won’t consider this wood a source of food. Remove, or carefully store, cellulose based materials and wood from around the perimeter of your home to reduce the likelihood of attracting termites. 


Termites are attracted to moisture and high levels of humidity, so make sure all areas of your home, including crawlspaces under floors, are well ventilated. Fans are available that help to keep sub-floors dry. Although reducing humidity can be difficult in some climates, preventive termite solutions is easier than treatment for termite control.

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If you have removed the easy availability of termite bait materials from your home, placing bait stations around the rest of the property will help keep you informed of the arrival of termites near your home. This termite protection method may be able to help you tell if termites are coming, and this is a good step to help ensure your home is protected. If you find termites in your traps, you may want to re-examine your home for materials that will attract termites.

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Barrier methods are one of the most successful ways of termite protection, and will help prevent infestation by keeping them from coming into your home. Chemical barriers are termite protection systems which treat the soil, concrete, wood and other materials in your home to make them inedible to termites. Physical barriers are also available, and are designed to give your home a layer of termite protection which is inedible to termites that they are unable to cross. Call our team of expert professionals to learn more about the most effective tips for termite protection and prevention in Sydney or to protect your home or business from any other pest issues such as bed bug control, cockroach removal or any other pest & vermin control services in Sydney and its surrounding localities. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

We offer a range of termite protection services including physical barriers, chemical barriers, baiting systems, and regular inspections. Our solutions are tailored to provide comprehensive protection against termites.

Termite barriers, both physical and chemical, are highly effective in preventing termite entry. They create a continuous protective zone around your home, making it difficult for termites to enter undetected. Combined with regular inspections, they offer robust protection.

Even with protection systems in place, we recommend annual inspections to ensure the systems are functioning correctly and to detect any signs of termite activity early. In high-risk areas, more frequent inspections may be advisable.

The cost varies based on the size of your property, the type of protection system chosen, and any existing termite activity. We offer free assessments and quotes to provide an accurate estimate tailored to your specific needs.

While there are DIY termite protection products available, professional installation is recommended for maximum effectiveness. Our trained technicians ensure that barriers and baiting systems are installed correctly and in compliance with Australian standards.

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