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A Little About Termites
The word ‘termites’ is the common name for a number of social insects that damage wooden structures such as furniture or houses. Of about 2000 known species, most are distributed in tropical countries and some inhabit the temperate regions. 

Termites are sometimes referred to as 'white ants' because of their creamy colouring and ant-like appearance. There are over 350 species of termites in Australia, of which some 20 species can damage timber in houses. 

In nature, they assist in the recycling of organic matter and nutrients back to the soil. When termites infest a house, the signs may not be apparent at first. By the time noticeable damage has occurred, it is well past time to have the home inspected. 

If you are buying a new home or think you may have termites, give us a call today.
Cockroaches – What Are They?
There are only six families of cockroaches found worldwide, consisting of some 4000 species. 

Australia has representatives from 5 of these families but with only 428 species present. Half of the cockroaches in Australia can be found in the Blattidae family which includes both the native and introduced species.

Cockroaches can carry diseases into your home or business, so dealing with them quickly is a must. 

If you need help with cockroach extermination and prevention, give us a call today.

What About Spiders?
Spiders are invertebrates with a two-part body, biting chelicerae and silk glands that discharge through spinnerets. 

They have four pairs of legs and an additional pair of short appendages beside the chelicerae. Interestingly enough, eight is not the only number of legs spiders have.

While spiders may be fine outdoors (as they kill other annoying insects), they are not welcome indoors. 

We can help you keep spiders where they belong so that you can sleep easy at night. Give us a call today.
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