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Termites (White Ants) in Malaysia

The biggest problem withtermites is that you usually don't see them or the damage they cause until it's too late.
Termites are extremely well organized and they can find a way inside any structure, regardless of its construction. That's why we offer advanced treatment methods for termite control and elimination.
Because of the high risk of termite infestation in most homes and the difficulty of keeping them out, it is essential to have a preventative 'James White Ants' termite treatment in place if you want to protect your home from these pests.
Our inspectors are well trained in termite behavior. They know where to look for termites and can determine how they got there. We will recommend the best treatment method for your particular home or business, using the top rated products available today.

Will DIY termite control protect your most valuable asset?

Homeowners can tackle many projects on their own, but proper termite control is not one of them. Termite control requires special skills and equipment that the average homeowner does not have. In addition, there are many common myths about DIY termite control that can lead to ineffective methods for protecting your home. For this reason, DIY termite control is not recommended. In addition, the products needed to destroy a colony of termites can be harmful if used improperly.

Large piles of wood in your yard will prevent termites from infesting your home.
One myth about DIY termite treatment is that keeping large piles of wood around the house will keep termites from infesting the home, as they will remain in the wood outside. The fact is, large amounts of wood that are stacked too close to your home encourage termites to form colonies. However, wood is wood to termites; they do not differentiate your home from other “edible” wood. Therefore, large woodpiles near your home could lead them to infest the wood of your home as well, causing damage to your most valuable investment.

Liquid or granular insecticides applied to the surface of the soil around your home will keep termites out.
Many homeowners believe that the use of liquid or granular insecticides on the surface of the soil surrounding their home is effective DIY termite control. In fact, barrier treatment methods like this require specialized equipment to carefully drill through slab areas around the perimeter of your home to apply the right amount of control agent. Furthermore, if the treated soil is removed or overly disturbed, the control agent is also removed, causing the treatment method to become ineffective and require reapplication to maintain the barrier against termites. In order to thoroughly eliminate termites, professional termite treatment is necessary.

DIY termite treatment and control have no guarantee
The biggest reason why DIY termite control is not the best solution for homeowners is that there is no guarantee your home will be protected. Furthermore, because so much of the damage caused by termites is within the inner walls of a structure, it can be difficult to know if you have a termite problem until it is too late. Being proactive with proper and professional termite control can help catch the start of an infestation sooner and reduce the amount of damage termites may do.

If you suspect a termite infestation, DIY termite control is not the answer. Attempting to destroy a termite infestation on your own could lead to an increased termite control cost, and can be harmful, as expertise is necessary for effective control. Call the experts at James White Ants Destroying today at 03 77724342 to help protect your home from an tremite(white ants) infestation.