Cost for Termite Treatment

The cost of any treatment required to obtain lasting termite control will be determined by range of factors, such as :

  • Size of your house/premises/property to be treated
  • Extent of any existing infestation & its location indoors
  • The species of termite encountered
  • Pressure from termite nests within range of the property
  • Frequency of property inspections required
  • Termite elimination systems requirements e.g in soil, underneath concrete
  • Number of Above Ground (AG) & In Ground (IG) stations required
  • Estimated Bait consumption in termite active areas
Why Choose Our Exterminex System?

The EXTERMINEX SYSTEM is designed as a second generation system based on input from leading institution and pest management Professionals The in-ground stations features a very low profile, tamper
evident cap, ensuring discreet placements and reduced likelihood of damage.

The timber inserts offer a major advance in baiting technology by way of mimicking real termite grooves and channeling and by ensuring Ultra-low disturbance to feeding termites during station inspections and while introducing the Termite Bait to the station.

The Nemesis baiting stations (both in-ground & above-ground) feature a significant internal volume which enables a maximum bait quantity to be taken by the termite colony in the shortest possible time. This enables a more rapid colony elimination, giving you peace of mind!

How does the system work ?
Inside the property/home/premises.
Our termite bait is particularly attractive to termites – they will feed on it in preference to the timber of your home. This means that if active termites are located within your home, Baiting can commence immediately, using specially designed above-ground feeding stations which are strategically placed over the termite workings. 

The termite workers will rapidly accept the bait, taking it back to the nest and sharing it with the queen, soldiers & other workers. The termite cannot sense that the bait is affecting their ability to grow and develop.

The active ingredient, Chlorfluazuron, is not only a proven IGR, it also stops the colony being able to reproduce effectively. The colony consequently loses whole generations of replacement members, it progressively declines & collapses. 

The effects of the Termite bait are visible and can be tracked. This means that the colony elimination can be reliably determined
Above Group Station Place
On Damage Wall
Above Ground Station With
Termite Activity
Outside the property/home/premises
Exterminex in ground stations are at the forefront of the system – protecting your home from termite attack. These stations are placed strategically around the exterior of your premises, either in soil, through concrete or under pavers where they become your first line of defense against possible termite attack. In fact, they can be placed at any area of risk on your property.

Regular monitoring of these stations allows early detection of foraging termites. When activity is detected in these stations, our termite bait is introduced into the station, where it will be readily taken by the termite. It acts upon the colony in the same manner as for the AG stations.

Active stations are regularly inspected and the termite Bait is replenished as required in order to facilitate continuing bait uptake by the termites. When the colony has been eliminated, the residual bait is removed, new timber inserts will be installed and regular inspections maintained thereafter.
Exterminex In-ground Station
Low profile lid reduces tripping hazard and likelihood of damage caused by lawnmowers. Sits at soil level, minimizing station visibility. A special tool is required to open the station, eliminating tampering by children or pets. 

The station features a significant volume of internal space for bait matrix placement, ensuring there is an ample quantity present to eliminate a termite colony rapidly. The tightly sealing lid and lack of openings at the upper sides of the station reduce the likelihood of regular ants occupying it. 

A pair of specially-designed termite-attractive timber inserts produced from freshly-milled Eucalyptus delegatensis / E. regnans occupy the base of the station. Here, the station has large openings to ensure maximum opportunity for foraging termites to enter the station. The channels and grooves machined into the inserts mimic real termite galleries, further enhancing their entry into the Station.

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