Termidor Termite Treatment

We Use & Recommend TermidorTM To Treat Termites

We are an accredited TermidorTM applicator. TermidorTM can effectively treat termites by applying TermidorTM to the affected property. TermidorTM is a proven, effective solution to any structural infestation.

Is TermidorTM Safe?

Termidor has been assessed by the Australian Pesticide and Veterinary Medicine Authority and Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing and is fully approved for use in domestic situations. Termidor is water-based and virtually has no odour, will not leach through soil and is not damaging to soil micro-organisms, earthworms and plants. In Addition, the active ingredients is used extensively on food crops arounfd the world and as the leading product for flea and tick control on dogs and cats in Australia since 1996. Termidor has also been safely used in over four million homes throughout the USA and Europe.

Termidor HE

Termidor® HE is an advanced ‘high efficiency’ formulation that sets a new benchmark in termite control and convenience.

Termidor HE makes it simple to create a more uniform treated zone with reduced impact on the site. Proprietary Advanced Polymer Technology (APT) enhances the transport of the active ingredient into the soil to provide improved protection.

Termite barriers are an effective preventative measure & treatment in established residences.

Chemical soil termite barriers will help prevent termites from gaining access into your building.

They are introduced after laying concrete slabs on ground constructions & are applied around the perimeter of the building.

The life expectancy of all chemicals used in termite protection vary, careful consideration should be given to the chemical used in this treatment. Brisbane Termite Services recommends and only uses the chemical product Termidor.

Once the chemical termite treated zone has been installed, an on-going maintenance program is strongly suggested. Australian standards AS 3660.2-2000 post barrier installation requirements, recommend that inspections are conducted at intervals not exceeding 12 months.
Costing for the installation of a chemical barrier is estimated by the lineal metre age of the particular building perimeter. The design and construction style of each & every residence varies & therefore individual quotations are needed to ascertain costs.

How to Install A Termite Chemical Treatment Zone – Chemical Barrier

Areas which are concreted up against the perimeter would apply the following procedure:

  • Drilling of 10mm holes spaced approximately 200mm’s apart along the concrete perimeter of the external walls of the building.
  • Injection of a registered termiticide. Termidor
  • Drill holes to be filled on completion.

Areas which contain garden beds & or lawns against the perimeter would apply the following procedure:

  • Excavate and create trenches.
  • Treat the exposed trench by flooding with chemical.
  • Soil once treated, is then replaced.

Once the chemical barrier is installed an on-going maintenance program is strongly recommended. Inspections are recommended at intervals not exceeding 12 months as per recommendations by Australian Standards 3660.2-2000. The life expectancy of the above mentioned chemical is up to 7-8 years (subject to soil conditions).