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There are many things you can do yourself to avoid costly and damaging termite attacks. The most important being understanding how termites operate, and how to safeguard your property using a cost effective, easy to install multi-purpose DIY termite control traps system that puts you in charge instead of having to rely on someone else to do it for you. This can save you many thousands of dollars in unnecessary damage and costly repairs, plus expensive termite treatments.
They’re uniquely Australian designed and based on proven CSIRO termite baiting field research, the traps are especially made to monitor for termite activity, and for you to easily apply a safe to use termite growth inhibitor killer bait that worker termites take back to the nest, which as well as killing them, will kill the Queen and destroy the colony in the process. No queen, No nest!
Not only is it as effective, but as well as being easy to install it yourself, it uses the same strength killer bait as the pest controllers use. As well as protecting your property, it can also save you many thousands of dollars by doing it yourself.
NO! Many other termite trap systems on the market can be very costly and nearly all of them need to be placed in the ground and may need to be installed, monitored and treated by pest controllers. Often this involves expensive annual termite monitoring & management contracts, and you still need to wait for termites to find them before any treatment can start. Other DIY systems are still primarily single purpose in-ground traps.
Inground termite trap systems normally rely on termites finding the traps before baiting can commence, this can take some time. One of the many benefits of a DIY multi-purpose traps is that you can apply them to any area where termite activity is detected. Now you don’t have to wait for the termites to find the traps. You can take the fight to them. The sooner termites start taking the killer bait, the quicker you can knock out the colony and save yourself further damage or repair costs.
Enviro Bug Control have been manufacturing and supplying our DIY termite traps for our thousands of happy customers for over 10 years and receive, and continue to receive many thanks and recommendations to new customers constantly. One of many satisfied customers, Bev Shearer from Bega says:
“I had problems with white ants in my stockyard fencing for years. I was always replacing damaged posts and rails, and it didn’t seem to matter what sprays and poisons I used, they always came back. The traps were the best thing I have done. Once they got into one of the traps, I put in a treatment and then kept putting in more until I could see they had stopped eating my fences. It took 4 treatments, but it wiped out them out and they haven’t come back. I’m very happy to recommend the bait traps. Thank you, Paul.”
The new multi-purpose traps are even better than the earlier inground model because as well as being multi-purpose, they take advantage of termite’s constant need to source moisture and new food supplies. You may have noticed if you leave any dead timber lying on the ground, termites using their natural instincts will eventually find it. That’s because the timber on the ground creates moisture underneath it. Just like the wood on the ground, the timber in the traps will create a moisture footprint, it’s the number 1 attraction for termite scouts. Adding the attractant timber bait makes it even more desirable.
The sooner the better. If you have not detected any apparent signs of termite activity doesn’t mean they aren’t around. It’s always best to install the traps before you see any signs of activity, this allows you to monitor the traps regularly and apply the treatment only once you have detected their presence in the traps. If you have already detected termites it is important not to disturb them before you can attach multi-purpose traps to deal with them.
You can give yourself peace of mind and protect your valuable property, and treat existing termite problems for as little as a few hundred dollars, or, you can pay out thousands of dollars for a pest controller to do it for you. Or you can limit yourself to using single purpose only DIY traps. In the end, it’s your choice.