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The Silent Invaders…

The Silent Invaders…
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The silent invaders…

Did you know Australia has the most destructive termites in the world.A recent CSIRO survey revealed more than one in every five homes had termite damage, with an estimated damage bill of more than $100 million every year.

Here are a few tips to help restrict the silent invaders from your property.

Termite Prevention Tips!

Do not store timber, refuse, firewood or similar materials against or close to your house or building. Remember, Termites love timber!
Clean up any piles of branches or pieces of wood in your backyard.
Remove all stumps and dead trees. Stumps and dead trees represent a huge food resource for termites.
Do not use untreated bark chips in your garden or garden beds.
Maintain a 75mm high clear area around the edge of your home to allow visual

Like most pests in Perth moisture is an attraction for termites remember to restrict all moisture concerns throughout your property.

Repair leaky shower stalls, dripping taps, overflowing gutters, downpipes, tanks, leaky plumbing as soon as it becomes evident. Hot water overflow and roof water waste should be away from structures.

Protect your family and call the spider control experts today!

Not only are their webs a nuisance around the house, but spiders can inflict painful, sometimes dangerous bites.

Spider control services from Chambers Pest Solutions are prompt, effective and reasonably priced methods to remove spiders and prevent breeding of more spiders around your business or home. Spider control is necessary for cleanliness and, in some cases, safety.

Female spiders may reproduce up to 300 spiderlings per hatching 2 or three times per year, depending on their species.

The spiderlings (baby spiders) are then distributed through gusts of wind on parachutes of web, or crawl to their way to a new home.

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