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White Ant Control

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White Ant Control Sydney

Termites are sometimes called white ants because of their appearance, so if you begin spotting insects which could be described as white ants in your home or business, it is important to get a termite inspection to asses the problem and prevent considerable damage from being done as a result of the infestation.

White Ants feast on wood and cellulose, and can quickly begin eating through support beams, flooring, or wooden furnishings. At Best Pest Control Sydney we are on hand 24/7 for any white ant control services in Sydney.

Our White Ant Control Service Includes:

Inspection to find the insects
Treating, or Extermination of white ants or termites
Monitoring to prevent against future white ant control problems
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CALL US: (02) 9190 1107

We work across the entire Sydney area, and is experienced dealing with many kinds of pests.  We are able to control your white ant issues whether you own a home or a hotel, and are ready to respond quickly and develop a control plan to meet your needs.

Our Ant Exterminators In Sydney

Our team of experienced, skilled ant exterminators is ready to respond quickly to your termite infestation or any other kind of white ant control problem.  We work all over the Sydney area and are committed to solving your problem safely and effectively.

Expert Team

Skilled professionals.

Trusted Services

Reliable, dependable care.

Proven Results

Effective pest solutions.

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Happy clients guaranteed.

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About Our White Ant Control Service

The first step of our white ant control service will be a thorough pest inspection to sport any signs or risk factors for an ant infestation, and to evaluate any existing problems. We will then give you a report and estimate for how to best treat and monitor the ant population in your home.  We are able to work with several pest control solutions depending on your concerns and what would best meet your needs, and safety is one of our top priorities when providing our service.  Some examples of white ant protection methods are filling holes or cracks to create a barrier that keeps termites from entering, or setting out white ant bait stations or bait traps to disrupt the molting process of the termites, to keep them from multiplying.

The final step of your white ant treatment is developing a plan for monitoring your property to prevent future ant infestations.  We will work with you to develop discreet white ant control methods for monitoring for these pests, and routine inspections which also help to prevent surprises.

Call us at 02 8313 0501 to see how we can help you today.  We work quickly, and are experienced in dealing with any scale of pest control issues for both residential and commercial pest control in Sydney.

Frequently Asked Questions

White ants are termites, which are actually different from regular ants. Termites have straight antennae, a thick waist, and wings of equal size, whereas ants have elbowed antennae, a thin waist, and wings of different sizes.

Common termites in Sydney include subterranean termites (Coptotermes acinaciformis), drywood termites, and dampwood termites. Subterranean termites are the most destructive, living underground and creating mud tubes to access wood.

Signs of a termite infestation include mud tubes on walls or foundations, discarded wings near windows or doors, hollow-sounding wood, visible mazes within walls or furniture, and frass (termite droppings) near infested wood.

The duration depends on the severity and extent of the infestation. Treatment might take a few days to several weeks, with ongoing monitoring to ensure the termites are completely eradicated and to prevent re-infestation.

Preventive measures include reducing moisture around your property, fixing leaks, ensuring proper drainage, keeping wood and debris away from the foundation, using termite-resistant materials during construction, and having regular professional inspections.

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