Termite Inspections

Termite Inspections

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How it works.

The Technology that Dee Why Pest Control uses incorporates a Moisture Sensor and a Remote Thermal Sensor with Laser Guide to enable our friendly staff to easily detect Termite Risk Areas. Once a Termite Risk Area is identified, a Termite Detection Radar built into the device is then used to detect and confirm actual presence of termites and track the locations of nests, leads, and entry points.

Nearly all pests, termites and other common wood destroying organisms need moisture and high humidity to survive and multiply, thus they will seek such locations to inhabit. Our Moisture detection system enables the operator to easily identify areas of excess moisture as a possible risk area for termites. 

Additionally, congregations of termites will generate heat and humidity. Our Laser Guided Thermal Sensor detects termite risk areas by identifying areas of increased heat and humidity in building structures.

Upon identifying a termite risk area using the Moisture Sensor and/or Thermal Sensor, our staff will then switch over to Radar mode. Our Termite Detection Radar detects the movement of termites. we can detect activity level of any termites present.

Once a positive reading with the Termite Detection Radar has been established, termite activity can be tracked to locate entry points and nests. The tracking procedure on the Detection Radar shows our staff the extent of the activity and the direction from which the termites travelled to get to a particular point. Not only will this method enable the staff memeber to locate internal termite nests, then we will be able to follow termite leads to locate the entry point of termite infestation. We will then be well on the way to establishing where the main nest is outside the building.