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TERMITE Baiting Control

Can I do it myself?
Termites are extremely difficult to eliminate from your property without professional help. Termites are rarely seen outside of their tunnels and nesting areas, making it difficult to assess how extensive the damage truly is. If you do not completely rid your property of all the termites, you will have a re-infestation. At the first sign of termites in your home or business, contact James White Ants Destroyin..

Termite Baiting System
Termite baiting chart
In-Ground (IG) Monitoring Stations

1st Stage
The in-ground (IG) monitoring stations will be placed in the soil area around your premise wherever is accessible.
2nd Stage Monitor
When termites are found in one or more stations, they will be transferred to a Baitube device containing Recruit II termite bait, which is then placed back in those stations.
3rd Stage Termite Feeding Bait Station
The captured termites will feed on Recruit II and tunnel out and send other colony nest mates back to feed on the bait. As they do so, the colony starts to decline and will eventually by eliminated
4th Stage Termite monitoring continues
After a colony has been eliminated, the bail will be replaces with new monitoring device. We will continue to inspect these monitoring stations to discover a new colony that might invade your property. Thus, Sentricon is an on-going service to protect your structure from subterranean termite

As this diagram demonstrates your home is securely protected by Termite In-Ground System

termite baiting around house

Termite Baiting System
Above-Ground (AG) Bait Units

1st Stage Finding and Placing Stations
Once termite activities are detected internally, installation of the Recruit AG bait units will be carried out.
2nd Stage Termite Station monitoring
Recruit AG will be inspected on fortnightly basis before colony elimination
3rd Stage Termite consuming
If one-third to half of the bait matrix has been consumed and active feeding continues, a supplement station should be added by stacking it on top of existing station. Stacking allows for addition of Recruit AG units without disturbing termite foraging activities within the previously
4th Stage Termite monitoring continues if need
When feeding has not been observed for two consecutively monitoring periods, the Recruit AG units will be removed, followed by periodic inspections of the structure for renewed termite activity.