Nemesis Termite Bait System
Nemesis is an Australian termite bait system designed to attract and eliminate termite colonies in a safe non invasive way.
It uses an insect growth regulator(IGR), Chlorfluazuron, as the active constituent in the termite bait station. Active termites feed on the highly attractive bait food source & translocate the IGR to other members of the colony (at levels undetectable by those termites) until the colony collapses.
The bait system uses a number of unique stations for inground & above ground interception of active termites. First, a professional pest manager will inspect your home for termites, and if they are found, or if the risk of possible activity is high, the Nemesis termite bait system will be recommended. If termites are found, Nemesis above ground stations are placed directly over the active areas – this engages the termites and results in faster colony elimination. Otherwise, Nemesis inground stations are deployed around the perimeter of your home. Termite attractive timber inserts are placed inside these external stations and are monitored on a regular basis for termite activity.
TERMITE BAIT SYSTEM & MONITORING
- Is an innovative and proven approach to termite control
- Is an effective solution that is less invasive or disruptive as a termite treatment process compared to traditional chemical methods
- Is a visible method and the process is transparent, allowing for a co-operative approach to termite control with your chosen pest manager
- Greatly reduces the risk to non-target insect or animal species, by specifically targeting termite colonies
- Reduces the risk of environmental damage, especially compared with chemical termite treatment methods
- Can be used either as a localised ternute treatment to a specific area of your home, or as a full installation to the perimeter
- Can be applied to other structures on your property, such as: sheds, gazebos, decking or fences
Termite Bait System Costs
The Nemesis termite bait systemsare a competitive termite control method when compared to other more traditional means of prevention. The cost of any termite treatment required to obtain lasting termite control will be determined by a range of factors, including :
- The size of your home
- The extent of any existing termite infestation (and the location within your home)
- The species of termite encountered
- The pressure from termite nests within range of your home
- The frequency of property inspections required by you
- The system installation requirements (e.g. surface for monitoring station implementation)
- These factors will be discussed with you prior to making any decision on a termite treatment solution.