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]Our Endapest soil barrier applications can offer many years of protection and where a termite colony is destroyed by means of termite baiting, it can never again pose any threat to your property. However, as recommended in Australian Standard 3660, regular inspections are essential to monitor for any new infestation.
There are about 2000 known species throughout the world and in Australia the Subterranean species, which build underground nests, are a concern in every state except Tasmania. They are extremely destructive, because they tunnel their way to wooden structures (like your home), into which they burrow to obtain food. Termites all share a virtually insatiable appetite for wood and other cellulose-containing materials. Given enough time, they will feed on the wood until nothing is left but a shell.
This depends on the Endapest control solution you choose and can range from a few days or upwards. What is important here is that solution is put in place urgently. In more that 90% of cases, no further significant damage occurs once we implement our control solution.
Not really as the roof structure in a full brick home is usually supported by timber framing and termites can gain access by travelling inside the cavity walls. Also if this type of home has a suspended timber floor, termites can severely damage the flooring and supporting bearers and joists.
Again not really as a steel frame home still has a lot of timber used in its construction, like built in cupboards, kitchens, timber window revels, doors and door jams. Termites also often damage the Gyprock and Plasterboard wall linings of a home.

This is a common misconception. Termites readily penetrate concrete slab floors through gaps such as expansion joints and cracks and also alongside service penetrations such as pipes, drains, electrical wiring etc.

Termites often gain entry over the outside edge of the slab floor, sometimes by building mud shelter tubes that protect termites from the elements and in many homes this slab edge is not exposed because of the concrete paths and gardens, this condition may also allow the termites undetected entry into your home.

In recent years, timber framed, brick veneer homes built on concrete slabs have become extremely popular and this form of construction is one of the highest risk types in terms of termite attack.

Yes, the term “white ants” was used by early European settlers but it is not strictly correct. Termites are not really white and they are not ants – they are actually distantly related to cockroaches.

Where possible we ask our clients to avoid disturbing termites before a thorough inspection can be carried out. Disturbing the termites may prevent identification of the termite species and may make it difficult to assess the extent of the infestation in your house. It can also reduce the number of treatment options available.

However, even if you have sprayed termites already, we can still tailor a solution to your problem. The important thing is to take action and arrange an inspection as soon as possible to prevent further damage to disturb the termites is that disturbed termites will normally move on and may affect another area of your home or building.

In most cases the answer is no because the required chemicals and baiting systems for Termite elimination are not for sale to the public and must be used under strict, controlled conditions by licenced persons as required by state laws and government departments.

With over 30 years of local experience in the Mudgee, Gulgong, Rylstone and Kandos areas you know you’re in safe hands We at Endapest pride ourselves in providing a comprehensive pest control services to your home or business premises We have developed our methods and systems of pest management to make them environmentally friendly and cost effective.

Endapest have been operating in the pest control industry for over 30 years, so you know you are not only buying the best methods and products but you are also getting the experience with it.

In 90% of Endapest treatments, it is not necessary to leave your house at all.
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All the pest and termite control agents that we use are rigorously tested and approved by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority in Canberra.

In some cases, these materials are not even rated as poisons and have no observable negative effect on humans.

Many of the treatment options that we use, such as termite baiting, completely avoid the application of liquid soil barrier control agents (poisons) altogether.

A residential application is typically completed by a trained, accredited technician in less than two hours for pest control and less than a day for most termite protection treatments.

Endapest have been operating in the pest control industry for over 30 years, so you know you are not only buying the best methods and products but you are also getting the experience with it.

No, In almost all our treatments we use pesticides which are odour-free.
Yes, our Endapest termite and pest professionals can treat almost any type of structure that is at risk for pest & termite damage, including schools, churches, office buildings and residential homes.

No Part of our normal procedure is to ascertain the situation in your property We use the safest, most modern materials available and will not carry out any work which might cause a problem.

We ask that pregnant women and any children less that 4 years of age be absent while treatment is being carried out and for 4 hours afterwards. This is just to be extra careful in case any allergy-type reactions occur.

Animals must be kept off treated surfaces until they are dry – usually about 30 minutes.

The control agents we use are approved for use in hospitals, child care centres, food manufacturing and preparation areas and many other sensitive situations In most cases these materials are odourless.

Yes. Many of our clients are in a similar position and we only apply odourless control agents and we may ask you to vacate the premises for an hour or so following treatment or longer if your allergy or asthma is particularly severe.

With the recent developments in low-odour low-toxicity control agents and treatments, being allergic, sensitive or having asthma means you have no longer to share your home with unwanted pests.

The Endapest warranty period means that if the pests we treated for you come back within the warranty period then so do we – with no further charge to you.

With over 30 years of local experience in the Mudgee, Gulgong, Rylstone and Kandos areas you know you’re in safe hands We at Endapest pride ourselves in providing a comprehensive pest control services to your home or business premises We have developed our methods and systems of pest management to make them environmentally friendly and cost effective.

Endapest have been operating in the pest control industry for over 30 years, so you know you are not only buying the best methods and products but you are also getting the experience with it.

In 90% of Endapest treatments, it is not necessary to leave your house at all.

All the pest and termite control agents that we use are rigorously tested and approved by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority in Canberra.

In some cases, these materials are not even rated as poisons and have no observable negative effect on humans.

Many of the treatment options that we use, such as termite baiting, completely avoid the application of liquid soil barrier control agents (poisons) altogether.

A residential application is typically completed by a trained, accredited technician in less than two hours for pest control and less than a day for most termite protection treatments.

Endapest have been operating in the pest control industry for over 30 years, so you know you are not only buying the best methods and products but you are also getting the experience with it.

No, In almost all our treatments we use pesticides which are odour-free.
Yes, our Endapest termite and pest professionals can treat almost any type of structure that is at risk for pest & termite damage, including schools, churches, office buildings and residential homes.
Yes, our Endapest termite and pest professionals can treat almost any type of structure that is at risk for pest & termite damage, including schools, churches, office buildings and residential homes.

No Part of our normal procedure is to ascertain the situation in your property We use the safest, most modern materials available and will not carry out any work which might cause a problem.

We ask that pregnant women and any children less that 4 years of age be absent while treatment is being carried out and for 4 hours afterwards. This is just to be extra careful in case any allergy-type reactions occur.

Animals must be kept off treated surfaces until they are dry – usually about 30 minutes.

The control agents we use are approved for use in hospitals, child care centres, food manufacturing and preparation areas and many other sensitive situations In most cases these materials are odourless.

Yes. Many of our clients are in a similar position and we only apply odourless control agents and we may ask you to vacate the premises for an hour or so following treatment or longer if your allergy or asthma is particularly severe.

With the recent developments in low-odour low-toxicity control agents and treatments, being allergic, sensitive or having asthma means you have no longer to share your home with unwanted pests.

The Endapest warranty period means that if the pests we treated for you come back within the warranty period then so do we – with no further charge to you.

Our Endapest soil barrier applications can offer many years of protection and where a termite colony is destroyed by means of termite baiting, it can never again pose any threat to your property. However, as recommended in Australian Standard 3660, regular inspections are essential to monitor for any new infestation.
There are about 2000 known species throughout the world and in Australia the Subterranean species, which build underground nests, are a concern in every state except Tasmania. They are extremely destructive, because they tunnel their way to wooden structures (like your home), into which they burrow to obtain food. Termites all share a virtually insatiable appetite for wood and other cellulose-containing materials. Given enough time, they will feed on the wood until nothing is left but a shell.
This depends on the Endapest control solution you choose and can range from a few days or upwards. What is important here is that solution is put in place urgently. In more that 90% of cases, no further significant damage occurs once we implement our control solution.
Not really as the roof structure in a full brick home is usually supported by timber framing and termites can gain access by travelling inside the cavity walls. Also if this type of home has a suspended timber floor, termites can severely damage the flooring and supporting bearers and joists.
Again not really as a steel frame home still has a lot of timber used in its construction, like built in cupboards, kitchens, timber window revels, doors and door jams. Termites also often damage the Gyprock and Plasterboard wall linings of a home.

This is a common misconception. Termites readily penetrate concrete slab floors through gaps such as expansion joints and cracks and also alongside service penetrations such as pipes, drains, electrical wiring etc.

Termites often gain entry over the outside edge of the slab floor, sometimes by building mud shelter tubes that protect termites from the elements and in many homes this slab edge is not exposed because of the concrete paths and gardens, this condition may also allow the termites undetected entry into your home.

In recent years, timber framed, brick veneer homes built on concrete slabs have become extremely popular and this form of construction is one of the highest risk types in terms of termite attack.

Yes, the term “white ants” was used by early European settlers but it is not strictly correct. Termites are not really white and they are not ants – they are actually distantly related to cockroaches.

Where possible we ask our clients to avoid disturbing termites before a thorough inspection can be carried out. Disturbing the termites may prevent identification of the termite species and may make it difficult to assess the extent of the infestation in your house. It can also reduce the number of treatment options available.

However, even if you have sprayed termites already, we can still tailor a solution to your problem. The important thing is to take action and arrange an inspection as soon as possible to prevent further damage to disturb the termites is that disturbed termites will normally move on and may affect another area of your home or building.

In most cases the answer is no because the required chemicals and baiting systems for Termite elimination are not for sale to the public and must be used under strict, controlled conditions by licenced persons as required by state laws and government departments.

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