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Termites Attacking House Via Concrete Stump

We are often asked by confused clients how they have sustained a termite attack when their home has had their old red gum stumps replaced with concrete stumps. We conduct hundreds of termite inspections every year and generally speaking the … Continue reading

Look Closer – Can you see the termite entry point!

If you look at the corner of between the brick pier and the footing wall of this typical brick veneer in Greensborough you can make out a 2cm wide by 5 cm tall termite tube. It almost looks like a … Continue reading

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Termite entry point at Basketball Stadium in Northern Melbourne

This is a classic example of termites entering a building, in this case in a basketball stadium in Greensborough, up a concrete stump. Also of note is the ‘ant cap’ between the stump and the buildings bearer, however this has … Continue reading

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Termites Entering House Through Stump

Concealed termite entry points are a common way for termites to get into your home. This shows termites (Nasutitermes spp) in a timber stump which was being used to enter a home ‘undetected’. Although this example is of a timber stump, … Continue reading

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