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How Does Termidor Work?

Posted on 6 January 2014 by Termidor

Termidor is the premium termite control product on the Australian market for a number of reasons, but in simple terms, Termidor works... and works quickly. The product has been proven across Australia and throughout the world. Only Termidor has the unique "Transfer Effect", which means, the product not only provides a barrier to termite entry, but may also be transferred to other termites and wipe out the entire colony. Termidor is non-repellent, this means, they cannot detect the product...

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Termites in Australia

Posted on 6 September 2013 by Termidor

Termites are a serious problem here in Australia and you need to protect the biggest investment you may ever make…..your house. Termites may already be in your home in which case you have to act now before they cause severe structural damage that’s very expensive to repair. There are quite a few cases where home owners have had to walk away from their homes because termite damage has been so extensive Quite simply, termites eat wood and they...

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Is Termidor safe to use around Children & Pets?

Posted on 26 August 2013 by Termidor

Termidor has been assessed by the Australian Pesticide and Veterinary Medicine Authority and Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing and is fully approved for use in domestic and commercial situations. Termidor is applied at some of the lowest doses of any of the termiticides available today. Termidor is water-based and has no odour, will not leach through soil and is not damaging to soil micro-organisms, earthworms and plants. In addition, the active ingredient is used extensively on food...

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