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Pre & Post Construction Termite Treatments, 
HomeGuard and TermX Installers, 
General Pest Control


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Termites - the silent destroyer... if you are building a house, or your home is established, termites can cause thousands of dollars worth of damage. We offer pre and post-construction treatments, installation of chemical or physical termite barriers under the slab, reticulated termite barriers around the perimeter of your home/under paths or pavers, or drill and inject barriers to your existing home.
General pest control such as spider control, ants, cockroaches.
Our professionally trained pest control technicians are health department licenced and can offer same day service in the local Mandurah/Rockingham area and surrounding suburbs.
All our work is carried out in accordance with Australian Standards and complies with the requirements of the Western Australian Health Department. 
We are licenced with the WA Health Department #775.

Call us today –

Steve 0407 931 722  

WA is rife with termites.
Subterranean termites live in colonies in the ground, building vertical tunnels that look like mud tubes above ground level so that they can search for food. Because subterranean termites will die if exposed to air for an extended period of time, the tunnels provide protection from the open air, allowing workers to carry food to the nest. Subterranean termites can form tunnels through cracks in concrete, so slab homes are not exempt from these termites. They need to stay in contact with the soil in order to survive. Termites feed on wood and other materials including trees, logs, stumps and grasses, however they will also eat the wooden structures and fittings found in houses and commercial buildings.  They are the silent destroyer - termites can invade your home and cause catastrophic damage in as little as 3 months.  The destruction is so great that termite damage is not covered by insurance, meaning its a problem which needs to be monitored and a yearly inspection is advisable.
In Australia, subterranean termite damage is estimated to cost more than $100m per year.