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Why termite attacks are actually rising.
Modern barrier chemicals* are not as effective as those banned 20 years ago.
It's difficult to surround a home with a fully effective chemical barrier.
The rising cost of chemical barriers and regular internal inspections is
becoming unaffordable for most home owners.

Termites are so secretive that it's easy to forget they even exist.
Out of sight out of mind can easily become huge out of pocket.
* While on this subject it must be pointed out that the only way you know a chemical barrier has failed is
when termites have found a way through and invaded a home.
You won't hear* about most attacks.
*Due to the devaluation it causes, most homeowners will 'attempt' to conceal an attack.
That small renovation down the street may well have been the result of a termite attack.
Would you run up and down the street shouting
" We've got termites and our house value took a huge hit "


Don't become a victim.

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easy to install & easiest* to inspect,
*Our in ground detectors use a zero touch glance method of inspection which
means there is absolutely no chance of termite disturbance during inspection.

effective* & affordable*
* As effective as other systems. Many people still mistakenly believe
that you need to spend thousands on early warning systems.

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