Your Termites Gone and Pest Management Brisbane
Termite inspection has evolved from tapping timbers with a screw driver, to the use of moisture detection meters, microwave movement detection, and thermal imaging.
With the warmer sub tropical climate here in south east Queensland it provides the perfect temperature for termites, and pests all year round.
As a second generation pest management technician Jeff with over 35 years field experience from working in the the family based Flick franchise to becoming a state fumigation manager for Flick and running and managing different Pest management firms along the way he has gained valuable experience, and studied to achieve competencies in his field. With a Certificate 4 in Pest management Technical with 43 units of competency he may truly be considered a Master Technician.
Jeff has seen the need to combine, his years of experience and the latest technologies into the business to combine the detection and control of termites in buildings from the everyday home to rental properties, body corporates, commercial and industrial buildings.
Richard is the third generation of the family to enter into the business he brings his experience from construction, With a Certificate 3 in Pest management he carries on the original business values and old school service to our customers.
Administration and customer care is run by Terinia, well experienced in administration and providing customer support.
From this a new dawn in termite management has involved into Your Termites Gone.
Offering you more than just a treatment, but a termite or pest management program, to meet the needs of your individual situation.
We are fully accredited, insured and offer the Eflex warranty program to our termite treatments.
A little about Termite Treatments & Inspections in Brisbane!
Termite management in Australia was created in the late 1800s by William Flick, He saw the need to control termites from damaging timber used in construction and set about finding ways to prevent these timber eating insects from destroying timber in buildings.
The company he created grew into Australia’s largest pest control company and became leaders in the field.
Nature has provided our landscape with wood eating insects that date back to the dawn of time, nature’s timber recyclers turning fallen tress, back into soil.
As the need for more buildings to house our families grows we clear more land, removing food sources for the termites and we replace it with timber houses for these insects to feed on.
It is estimated that 3 out of every 5 buildings in Australia are attacked by termites.
In the beginning petroleum based chemicals were used to repel termites from buildings, most of these had strong odors, were carcinogenic, and caused problems being persistent in the soil.
Today science has developed new chemicals, made for termite control physically, these chemicals are now non repellant, with new modes of action to stop termites entering buildings.