Termite Management

Termites or ‘white ants' are destructive pests that can pose significant danger to the integrity of your property. 1 in 3 properties in Australia have termites living in fences, homes, retaining walls and other timber structures.

Termites have mandibles that they use to feed on the cellulose in timber. They are attracted to all timbers, but especially pine timber. Termites thrive in warm, humid weather making Queensland the ideal living environment.

A termite invasion can sometimes be hard to notice as they only need 1mm of space to enter properties. Commonly, termites have already done substantial amounts of damage before warning signs become visible.

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Termite Services

Annual Pest Management uses a variety of cutting-edge methods to thoroughly identify the presence of termites. Depending on the size of your property, an initial inspection can take a few hours. If termites are present, a damage report and treatment plan will be recommended to eradicate the infestation.

Annual Pest Management has a range of services to protect your properties from termites. We offer termite baiting, chemical treating and Termite Barrier Systems Installations.

It is imperative to have termite inspections at least every twelve months. Many homeowners’ insurance policies do not cover termite damage or removal so it’s better to stay on top of it before it is too late!

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Termite Barrier Installation Systems

Termite infestations can be stressful and costly. To avoid reinfestation, Termite Barrier System Installations are highly recommended. Our experts will inspect your property and recommend a personalised Termite Barrier System that will safeguard your property from future termite attack.

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Subterranean Termites or ‘White-Ants’

Subterranean Termites are ground dwelling pests that require constant contact with soil and moisture. They live off of dead and living wood, meaning that they can cause substantial structural damage to homes and buildings.

Drywood Termites

Drywood Termites do not require contact to soil or the ground and only live off moisture found in timber. These types of termites gain access to structures via flight or by being introduced through infested items. Drywood Termites are commonly found in furniture, picture frames and ornaments.

Dampwood Termites

Dampwood Termites live off of damp, rotting wood, and are commonly found in rotting logs or dead trees. In comparison to Drywood Termites, Dampwood Termites do not cause as much damage to man-made structures, however they can weaken structures and cause extensive damage over a long period of time.