Termites are able to detect the older chemicals in the soil and stay away from them. That means the termites remain active and unaffected, still exploring the area and potentially looking for ways into your home.
Termites can’t detect Termidor so, as they continue to forage through the soil, they unknowingly come into contact with Termidor.
Termidor kills termites through contact and ingestion.
Because they can’t detect Termidor, termites are not aware of ingesting the product when they eat. They go about their routine activities and will still be killed by contact with Termidor even when they are not feeding.
Another key advantage of termites’ inability to detect Termidor is that they carry it back to the nest on their bodies and pass it on to other termites – the devastating Genuine Termidor Transfer Effect.
Termites are social insects that live together in large colonies and feed and groom each other. So termites that have come into contact with Termidor soon pass it on to others. Even those secondarily affected termites can also pass Termidor on through feeding or contact.
Termidor can control whole termite populations faster than any other treatment, but it is relatively slow-acting in individual termites. This means termites have ample time before dying to spread Termidor to their nest, and the entire colony.
Termidor can only be provided by an Accredited Termidor® Applicator. To make sure you buy Termidor for your termite treatment, find your Accredited Termidor Applicator at termidor.com.au.
Each termite treatment or prevention cost varies depending on the size of the property or the construction type. To get a quote on the cost of your termite treatment or termite prevention, find an Accredited Termidor Applicator at termidor.com.au
Termite treatment works by Termidor binding to the soil around the structure and prevents termites getting through the treated zone into the structure. Termidor® is a termite treatment that works to provide a long-lasting treatment for your home or building. Over the last 20 years, Termidor® has kept hundreds of thousands of Australian homes safe from termites without a single product failure. To find an Accredited Termidor Applicator, visit termidor.com.au.
Termidor termite treatment lasts for eight years. An Accredited Termidor Applicator will quickly create a highly effective protection zone that provides lasting peace of mind. Not only does Termidor® provide lasting treatment against termites but Termidor is backed by a Termidor Assurance Warranty, which covers your home for structural damage up to $2 million. To find out more about how long Termidor termite treatment lasts, visit termidor.com.au.
Termidor treatment is safe to use around a structure providing it is installed by a professional termite technician who follows the labelled instructions. You can rest assured that the safety of the termite treatment is guaranteed with an Accredited Termidor Applicator. To find out more about Termidor treatment and safety, visit termidor.com.au.
Termidor is a liquid termiticide used to create a non-repellent treatment in the soil to protect the structure from subterranean termites. Termidor is a highly effective termite treatment that is a trusted household product. Over 400,000 homeowners over the past 20 years have been satisfied with Termidor protecting their homes, without a single product failure. That is why Termidor comes with an eight-year warranty and is Australia’s number one trusted brand for termite control. To find out more about Termidor, visit termidor.com.au.
A DIY termite treatment barrier is not an effective treatment for termites and usually fails to provide protection from termite attack. Termidor® is the best way to treat termites. To get an effective termite treatment that lasts, it’s important to use an Accredited Termidor Applicator. To find out more, visit termidor.com.au.
Termites spread in and around your home in areas and conditions that are conducive to termite activity. Water and leaks associated with faulty plumbing, broken roof tiles, leaking shower recesses and air conditioning drainage can all contribute to a build-up of moisture in the surrounding soil, creating perfect conditions for termites to spread.
Trees, shrubs and gardens adjacent to your home can result in an excess in roots, moisture and other organic matter, allowing termites to establish and gain access undetected into the foundations, expansion joints or other concealed entry points.
It is recommended that your home is inspected annually by a pest management professional to prevent the spread of termites. This not only identifies any termite activity in the structure, but will also ensure that any conducive conditions are identified so they can be rectified to reduce the risk of termites spreading to your home. To find out more, visit termidor.com.au.
It’s very difficult know if you have termites and to find termites in a structure. Homeowners will often find termites when renovating or moving items around the home. That’s why it’s important to have a regular, annual termite inspection from a termite professional. To receive a termite inspection from an Accredited Termidor Applicator, visit termidor.com.au.
Termites may be detected if termite mudding and/or damaged timber is observed in a home. If termites are detected or you suspect you have termites, leave the area undisturbed until a professional termite technician can inspect. To receive a termite inspection from an Accredited Termidor Applicator, visit termidor.com.au.
The best termite treatment, from chemicals to bait, varies depending on the termite infestation. A professional termite technician can advise on whether chemicals, bait or otherwise is the best type of treatment. The best treatment can differ depending on the building construction type and termite pressure. To find out which is the best treatment for your home, visit termidor.com.au.
To prevent termites in tree stumps, we recommend that you consult with an Accredited Termidor Professional. It’s best practice to remove old tree stumps that are close to a structure, however termite baits such as Trelona ATBS can be placed in conducive locations by an Accredited Termidor Applicator. To book a termite inspection in order to prevent termites in tree stumps, visit termidor.com.au.
Termites are commonly referred to as white ants, even though termites are not ants, and are more closely related to cockroaches. To get rid of white ants – i.e. termites – it’s important to use an Accredited Termidor Applicator. To find out more, visit termidor.com.au.
Termidor SC (also known as Termidor® Residual) is the original Termidor treatment that was introduced into Australia in 2002. Termidor HE was launched in 2017 and is the ‘high efficiency’ formulation. The difference between Termidor SC and Termidor HE is that Termidor HE includes the BASF advance polymer technology that provides a more even application, whilst reducing the risk of damaging the aesthetics of your home. To find out which Termidor treatment is right for you, visit termidor.com.au.