Top 3 Consequences Of The Termite Infestation In Your Property

Termites, also known as “white ants.” These pests are silent killers. These minute critters are infamous for wreaking havoc in your houses or commercial spaces. From tremendous structural damage to being a trigger for allergies, termites are responsible for causing over $100 million of damage to Australian properties each year, which generally is not covered by insurance.  Therefore, it becomes crucial for every property owner in Sydney, Parramatta or any part of Australia to invest in annual termite treatment Sydney services. Apart from floods, fires or storms, termite infestation is the worst nightmare for any property owner in Australia. These cellulose-feeding pests gather in large colonies and eat away at the structural integrity of your house. Termite damage is severe, costly, and could be dangerous to your health. 

Let us look at the top three consequences of termite infestation: 

Structural Damage – The presence of termites in your house or workplace can seriously harm the structural integrity of your place. These vermin eat the internal supports, such as wall studs, posts, and beams. If the termite infestation is left untreated or overlooked for a prolonged time, your property might suffer significant damage and become risky and uninhabitable. Moisture prevalent areas in your property are the breeding ground of termites. Because of this, bathrooms are where most property owners find the most physical damage. Termites are responsible for causing the ceilings to sag or tiles to become loose and can even inflict holes or cracks in drywall, etc.  

Since termites can deteriorate the foundation of your property and eat away its structural integrity, it is vital to avail timely termite protection Sydney services.  Professionals have years of experience and access to cutting-edge tools that help them quickly detect hidden termite infestation and eliminate them once and for all, making sure your property is entirely safe.  

 Financial Damage –   Every year, termites cause about $5 billion in property damage to home or business owners in Australia. When troubled with a termite infestation, property owners incur two high expenses.  One is for the pest management company that uses cutting-edge technology to eliminate pesky pests. And the second is for repairing the actual structures that the colony of termites have ruined.  

 Some structural repairs include restoring wall foundations and support beams, changing the flooring, repairing water damage to the walls, and repainting. Do not let these nasty critters eat away the integrity of your property and burn a hole in your pocket by investing in regular pest control Parramatta services and staying vigilant about the signs of termite infestation. You can protect your bank balance and property by hiring pest control professionals.  

 Health Risks – Other than structural and financial loss, termites can also result in health issues like allergies and breathing problems in some individuals. Although termites do not carry harmful diseases, they can still make certain people allergic because they shed, create dust, and leave behind droppings. If you experience chronic sneezing, itchy eyes, respiratory problems, or itchy skin., termites may be the culprit. 

 With termite infestation, time is of the essence. The sooner you take action, the lesser will be the damage. So, call your local pest control service provider if you are troubled with a termite infestation and let professionals deal with these vermins effectively. 

 

Reviewed by: John Smith, Ph.D., MSc

John Smith is a renowned expert in the pest control industry, with over 20 years of experience in the field. He is a licensed pest control professional, and has worked for both commercial and residential clients throughout his career.Throughout his career, John has developed innovative and effective pest control strategies, and has helped countless clients rid their homes and businesses of unwanted pests. He takes pride in his work and is dedicated to providing the highest level of service to his clients as well as providing technical assistance to branch offices and clients throughout Australia.In addition to his professional work, John is an active member of several pest control industry organizations, and regularly contributes to industry publications. He also prepares scientific reports for Ace Pest Control on any changes or updates to government regulations affecting the Pest Control industry.

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