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termite damage
You may have come across the term ‘Kill termites without poison’ if you’ve been looking on the internet for information on how to get rid of termites. There are two commonly used methods of treating active termites, one is with a chemical formulation (poison), and the other is with a bait matrix, which is considered...
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The professional termite management market determines what products are the best, and which ones simply don’t work. At Termicure, we don’t attempt to re invent the wheel by producing new products in an attempt to revolutionise the termite management industry. Multinationals such as DowAgroScience, and Sherwood Chemicals spend Millions of dollars on developing products which...
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DIY termite protection is big business. Backyard manufacturers producing an array of products which claim to be the answer to the DIY Termite protection issue, all make their claims based on testimonials from homeowners, and ‘research’ which is simply cannot be verified. Within the termite management industry, there are only a few products which professionals...
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The difference between fungal decay and termite damage is obvious for the experienced termite inspector. In simple termites, fungal decay (commonly known as wood rot) is the degradation of timbers as a result of a fungus, which in most cases, is simply caused by excessive moisture. Many timber items end up with decay as a...
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