What should I do if I think I have a termite infestation?
Call the experts on 13 14 40.
It's a mistake to think you can carry out an inspection on your own if you suspect a termite infestation.
This could cost you more money somewhere down the road.
Termites can conceal themselves from you completely so you'll have no idea where you should be searching.
Here at Flick Anticimex, we've been carrying out termite inspections and treatments for more than 90 years. Our decades of experience have made it easy for us to detect termites. Finding and controlling termites is often not a simple process and should be carried out only by technicians with extensive training and experience.
Your Flick Anticimex technician will carry out a thorough property inspection and inform you of the particular termite species infesting your home and what the most effective termite control method would be. We will provide you with a full written proposal for the eradication and future control of the termites.
We exceed the requirements of the Australian Standards set out for termite inspections and give you the confidence that only a legitimate termite inspector equipped with the latest detection tools can.
Call us at 13 14 40 to schedule your termite inspection.
When should I suspect a termite problem?
Termites devour the cellulose that is found in paper and timber-based products. The timber is often eaten from the inside, leaving a paper-thin shell on the outside that appears mottled or wrinkled and often stained with spots of mud. On residential properties, termites often infest finished timbers such as door frames, skirting boards and architraves, subfloor timbers and framing. If you suspect a termite problem, it is imperative that you have a timber pest inspection done by an accredited professional, who should provide you with a comprehensive written report.and a proposal for eradication and future control.