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Uncovering Hidden Threats: Successfully Identifying a Termite Attack in a Brisbane Home that Others Missed

Updated: Jan 29

Discover the hidden world of termites in our latest video, where you'll see a termite attack that other companies missed. Learn from our skilled Termite Inspector, who uncovered active termites missed by others, and explore the tell-tale signs of these destructive pests. Join us in a real-life investigation in Brisbane, unravelling how termites infiltrate homes.


In Summary of what to look for in a Termite Attack

What to look for in a termite attack

  • Mud Tubes: Termites build these tunnel-like structures on walls, ceilings or floors as a pathway from their colony to their food source. The presence of mud tubes indicates an active termite infestation.

  • Discarded Wings: After termites swarm, they shed their wings. If you find tiny, uniform discarded wings around your home, it could signal a termite infestation.

  • Hollowed or Damaged Wood: Termites often eat wood from the inside out, leaving it hollow. If your wood sounds hollow when tapped, it might be a sign of termite damage.

  • Frass or Termite Droppings: Termites often leave behind their droppings, or 'frass'. This looks like tiny piles of sawdust or wood pellets.

  • Bubbling Paint and Uneven Surfaces: If the paint on your wooden surfaces is cracking or bubbling, this could be a sign of termites feeding within.



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