Termite Inspection Ipswich

Australian Standards recommend at least yearly termite inspections. When was your last termite inspection?

“I’m so glad we found these guys. They are simply the best at protecting our homes from termites, and I don’t know what you would do without them!”

Is your Ipswich home already infested with termites? These destructive critters are home invaders. Your house is a highly desirable termite food source, which means you need protection now, or else you will have even worse problems if you do nothing about this issue right away.

Termites are tiny, seemingly harmless wood-eaters that cause millions of dollars in damages and are a significant problem for homeowners across Ipswich. Before losing your most valuable assets to them, it’s best to request an inspection by Jets Pest Control Ipswich, which can proudly offer termite treatment services!

If you’re like most homeowners, termites are the last thing on your mind. Termite attacks typically happen because there is never enough protection to prevent them from getting inside your house.

Termites are a common pest in Australia. They can cause billions of dollars worth of lost property, and homeowners need to take care when they’re threatened or attacked by these pests to avoid losing more money than necessary from repairing their homes after an attack.

But it doesn’t have to get to that. Here’s how we can help you protect your properties from termites:

  • Regular visual termite inspections and reports per AS 3660.2 or AS 4349.3
  • Termite colony control measures and treatments to eradicate termites from your home
  • Chemical treatment zones with Termidor have a minimum life expectancy of 8 years*

The benefits for you

  • Eliminate the possibility of a termite infestation
  • Secure the life of your properties
  • Save the money you would have spent replacing damaged properties

Termite Management Services for Ipswich Homeowners

“Subterranean termites are a huge problem in Australia. Every year these pests cause billions in property damage to homes and businesses. We provide the essential termite management services you need for managing termites in your home.” – Shaun Michels – Jets Pest Control Ipswich.

Termites are considered the most destructive pest in Australia, and it’s no wonder why! Every year they cause billions of dollars worth of home damage. That is where our company comes into play with termite management services that can help you manage these pesky creatures from destroying all your hard work at a moment when there seems like everything has fallen apart already – but not anymore, thanks to us.

Our team understands what it takes to protect your home. We work towards keeping the environment safe while preventing termite infestations. It would help if you did not ignore the risks of termite attacks on your home. We see it every day throughout the communities across Ipswich and surrounding areas.

We inspect your home from top to bottom and go over every inch of your home where we have reasonable and safe access. We will detail all the evidence of termite activity, including live termites, nests, damage, workings (mud tubes), wood decay, and other conducive conditions for termite attack.

If we discover termites, we will assess the infestation’s bad and advise the right course of action. When we find termites in homes, we must attempt to eradicate them from the structure to comply with Australian Standard 3660.2:2017 Termite Management of Existing Buildings.

Suppose you install a chemical termite barrier before eradicating the termites from the house. In that case, you can trap the termites in the house, and they continue to damage the home. We eliminate termites from a house using foaming, dusting or baiting techniques to apply termiticide and wipe out the colony. 

Once we eradicate termites from your home, we can safely install a chemically treated zone to create a protective barrier for termites. We recommend using Termidor Residual or Termidor HE for a minimum of 8 years of life expectancy and BASF $2 Million Assurance Warranty*.

To undertake termite management work in Queensland, you must be appropriately licensed and fully insured. Jets Pest Control is a QBCC-licensed trade contractor for chemical termite management, approved by Queensland Health for timber pests and fully insured by Rapid Solutions.

As accredited applicators of Termidor Residual and Termidor HE, we can offer many qualifying homeowners the $2 Million Termidor Assurance Warranty provided by BASF. You can learn more about the Termidor Assurance Warranty here.

*T&Cs apply. 

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Termite Inspection Ipswich

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A licensed timber pest inspector can help you find and treat termites before they cause expensive damage.

A proper inspection will identify visual signs of activity, such as live termite colonies and new or old damages in your home’s structure. It may be susceptible to future attacks by these pests. We also advise maintaining conducive conditions around the property, which reduces risk even more, so following our advice would drastically reduce this likelihood!

Termites can do a lot of damage in just one year, so it is vital to have an annual termite inspection. However, if you live in areas with high-risk factors or no chemical barriers for protection against them, we recommend having inspections more frequently!

The termite inspections we offer include the following:

  • Regular Termite Inspections
  • Invasive Termite Inspections
  • Non-invasive Termite Inspections
  • Termite Inspection Reports

Our termite inspections are fully compliant with the relevant Australian Standards. Rapid Solutions fully insures our termite inspections and reporting services.

  • Regular Termite Inspections per AS 3660.2:2017
  • Timber Pest Inspections per AS 4349.3:2000
  • Termite inspection reports per AS 3660.2:2017
  • QBCC Trade Contractor Licence Number 1524625 (Termites)
  • QBCC Nominee Supervisor Licence Number 15246165 (Termites)
  • Pest Management Technician Licence Number PMT008111319
  • Fully licensed to inspect for, report on and control timber pests

Termite Treatment Ipswich

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We have been doing termite treatments for years. We are highly trained and insured professionals that can help you spot the problem before it’s too late!

Taking care of these pesky insects is essential as they may cause severe structural damage, which could lead to costly repairs or even a possible demolition job to fix them. Make sure your home is pest-free with our services today by calling Jets Pest Control Ipswich.

Termite baiting is a popular method used for colony eradication and the protection of homes. We feed termites a bait matrix containing an insect growth regulator consumed and shared through the colony. The insect growth regulator disrupts the normal growth and development of the termites and subsequently completes colony elimination. 

Outside homes, we recommend using the Trelona Advanced Termite Baiting System, which works well with Termidor chemical barriers. Inside homes, we recommend and use Agenda or Sentricon termite baiting systems.

We also use termite foaming and dusting techniques to apply termiticide to areas of activity to eliminate a colony quicker and cost-effectively for homeowners.

The most common termite treatments we provide include the following:

  • Termite Foaming Treatments
  • Termite Dusting Treatments
  • Termite Baiting Systems
  • Termite Nest Injections

Our termite treatments are fully compliant with the Australian Standards. Rapid Solutions fully insure our termite control treatments.

  • Australian Standard AS 3660.2:2027 – Termite Management for Existing Buildings
  • National Standard: Code of Practice for Termite Management
  • Queensland Building and
  • Construction Commission
  • Regulation 2018
  • Pest Management Regulation 2003 in Queensland
  • Work Health and Safety
  • Regulation 2011
  • Environmental Protection Act 1994 and its subordinate legislation

Termite Barrier Ipswich

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What is a chemical termite barrier? A chemical termite barrier is a zone of treated soil that surrounds your home’s foundation. We can implement this treatment anytime, and we recommend it because it provides the most protection for homes against infestations by these pesky insects!

Chemically treating your home’s foundations will keep termites at bay. A chemical barrier is the most effective way to protect against infestation, and we can implement one anytime for you! You can trust us to install Termidor Residual and HE for a fully compliant zone. We recommend this treatment for homeowners who want the highest level of protection around their home life while allowing them to access everyday tasks like mowing the lawn or taking care of pets!

The most reliable brand out there right now is called “TERMIDOR”. We have the perfect solution if you’re looking for a chemical treatment to keep your home safe and sound.

As Accredited Termidor Applicators, we can offer qualifying homeowners the $2 Million Termidor Assurance Warranty by BASF.

The chemical termite barriers we provide offer include:

  • Termite Barriers with Termidor
  • Minimum 8-Year Life Expectancy
  • Accredited Termidor Applicator
  • $2 Million Assurance Warranty*

Our chemical termite barriers are fully compliant with the relevant Australian Standards. Rapid Solutions fully insure us for chemical termite barriers.

  • Australian Standard AS 3660.2:2027 – Termite Management for Existing Buildings
  • National Standard: Code of Practice for Termite Management
  • Queensland Building and
  • Construction Commission
  • Regulation 2018
  • Pest Management Regulation 2003 in Queensland
  • Work Health and Safety
  • Regulation 2011
  • Environmental Protection Act 1994 and its subordinate legislation

The law requires termite management proposals before commencing any termite management work. T&Cs apply.

What You Need To Know About Australian Termites

Australia has over 300 species of termilia, but only a few cause severe economic damage to homes. Most termites are vital for our environment to recycle decaying timbers and plant materials to improve the organic resources in the soil. They are also a source of food for many animals.

Termites live in colonies. The size of the colony is dependent on the species of termite. A colony of Ringant termites may only have a few hundred insects, whereas a mound-building species like Coptotermes could have hundreds of thousands or even millions of insects.

Some termites build mounds, some nest underground, while others live in small colonies in trees. Ground mounds, pole nests and tree nests are common sites in Ipswich and surrounding areas. Subterranean termite nests are generally not visible, yet the species cause the most damage to homes.

The first sign of termites in or around the home can often be after a colonising flight. Winged termites called Alates leave the colony, usually in early Summer, to establish new colonies. Once paired, the future Queen and King drop the winds and retreat to a small chamber where they mate.

It can take several years for a new colony to grow in numbers sufficient in strength to cause severe damage to a home. A termite Queen is long-lived, in some species, more than 25 years, continuously fertilised by the King and can lay upwards of 30,000 eggs per day at peak fertility.

Identifying the termite species in an infestation is crucial to providing the most effective long-term control of the pests.

What kind of termites are in Australia?

Three types of termites most commonly encountered in Australia are subterranean, drywood and dampwood termites. The main pest termites in Australia are:

  • Coptotermes acinaciformis, subterranean termite
  • Mastotermes darwiniensis, giant northern termite
  • Cryptotermes primus
  • Cryptotermes brevis, West Indian drywood termite
  • Heterotermes ferox
  • Schedorhinotermes intermedius
  • Nasutitermes walkeri
  • Microcerotermes turneri

What do termites eat in Australia?

Most termites consume decaying wood and dead plant matter, such as logs, twigs and leaves. Some termites eat fungus on plants that contains cellulose which is chewed and regurgitated to build termite mounds and feed other termites.

Not all termites eat wood. Many species feed on grass and are not pests in buildings. Those species that eat wood get cellulose, sugars, and starches from the sapwood of trees and eat any wooden structures, including logs, stumps, and homes.

What are the worse termites?

Coptotermes acinaciformis is the most destructive termite species in Australia for total economic damage. They are well known for causing widespread damage to homes. Mastotermes darwiniensis, the Giant Northen Termite, is more destructive locally, but its range is limited to northern Australia.

What attracts termites to a home?

Termites are attracted by carbon dioxide (CO2) released by decaying timbers and excessive moisture from leaking taps, broken pipes, air conditioners and hot water systems in and around a home. In huge numbers, termite workers forage blindly for food and water to locate new sources to sustain the colony.

How do you tell if termites are active in your house?

The most common signs of termites living in and around your house are sounds from headbanging termite soldiers in the walls or dress timbers and flying termites invading your space. Be on the lookout for mud and mud tubes with white ants inside, hollow-sounding paper-thin timber you can put your finger through. You may also find tight-fitting doors and hard-to-open windows affected by the moisture created by termites, galleries or tunnels in timbers from termites, and termite droppings called Frass.

A professional termite inspection is the first step to confirm if termites are active in your home.

Can termites ruin a house?

YES! It is estimated that termites cause more than $3 billion in property damage yearly. Repair bills from termite damage can be as low as a few thousand dollars to more than half a million dollars. In the worse cases, some homes must be demolished and rebuilt at great expense.

Do termites go away without treatment?

YES! Some termites will leave when disturbed, but they return soon after. Schedorhinotermes intermedius are well known for infesting homes and leaving once bothered only to return a few weeks later. Other termite colonies are known to use and follow the tunnels of other termites into a house.

We have seen two or three different species attacking one house. The termites will leave altogether once the food or water source is no longer available. Once termites have infested your home, the risk of a repeat infestation is forever greater and growing.

Are termites hard to get rid of?

YES! Termites have been around for about 250 million years and actively contribute to our environment. While you cannot permanently remove termites from the environment, you can help prevent them from taking root in your home and control any active colonies nearby. A mature colony of termites can cause structural damage to a home within a few weeks of starting an attack on building timbers.

Our technicians are highly trained, licensed professionals skilled in termite colony control and elimination. Following best practices and using the safest chemistry and technology is the most effective way to eliminate termites.

Common Subterranean Termites

Coptotermes acinaciformis

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Coptotermes is a genus of termites in the family Rhinotermitidae and is thought to have originated in southeastern Asia.

There are about seventy-one species, many of which are economically destructive pests.

Coptotermes acinaciformis are native to Australia, and the most destructive termites in Australia are found locally infesting homes in and around Ipswich.

Coptotermes acinaciformis are social insects and build a communal nest either in the root crown or heartwood of a tree or underground.

From the nest, a network of galleries is built through the soil to enable the workers to forage in the surrounding area without emerging on the ground’s surface.

Coptotermes acinaciformis do not build mounds in our part of the world. They tend to nest in tree stumps, living trees, walls and under patios in homes.

This termite can cause substantial damage to trees and the wooden parts of buildings.

Schedorhinotermes intermedius

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Schedorhinotermes is a South-East Asian and Australasian genus of termites in the family Rhinotermitidae.

Schedorhinotermes intermedius occur locally in Ipswich and surrounding areas.

They will nest in tree stumps and root crowns of living or dead trees.

They will infest timber buried in the ground, under homes, under soil-filled verandahs, and under fireplaces.

They can have multiple nests that can be difficult to locate as they are subterranean.

Several species of Schedorhinotermes occur throughout Australia that overlaps in their distribution.

Schedorhinotermes intermedius is characterised by having two sizes of soldiers that differ in appearance.

These are generally known as major soldiers and minor soldiers.

The termites can cause severe damage to homes, fences, posts and trees.

Heterotermes ferox

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Heterotermes is a genus of termites in the family Rhinotermitidae.

Hetertermes ferox is a species often encountered in and around Ipswich attacking posts, poles, paling fences, and even home flooring.

Weathered floorings, such as timber decking and fences, are a favoured feeding site for these termites.

They are widely distributed across Australia and can be a pest species causing some property damage.

Fortunately, they cause minor damage due to the smaller colony size, but they can still pack a punch.

In the picture above, Heterotermes soldiers have slender bodies and parallel-sided heads with prominent mandibles.

The soldiers are not as brave as other species of termites and move quite slowly.

They do not build mounds but like to nest close to other termite species.

Microcerotermes turneri

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Source: Shaun Michels. Microcerotermes Queen found in Ipswich, Queensland.

Microcerotermes are a termites genus in the family Termitidae and are found across Ipswich and surrounding areas.

They build arboreal nests on posts and poles, mounds on the ground, and nests underground.

You probably drive past thousands of Microcerotermes colonies daily without even noticing them.

They can cause significant damage to your home and property.

They are regularly found eating the cellulose in plasterboard and attacking retaining walls and landscaping timbers.

The picture above shows a Microcerotermes queen in a termite nest west of Ipswich at Wulkaraka.

The queen left her original colony as an alate or fully winged reproductive to set up a new colony with her king.

You can see in this photo above that the queen is physogastric, which means she is enlarged and distended with eggs.

A termite queen can live beyond 25 years and lay upwards of 30,000 eggs daily, producing millions of termite offspring yearly.

Nasutitermes walkeri

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Source:  Simon Hinkley & Ken Walker. Museum Victoria CC BY 3.0 AU

Nasutitermes is a genus of termites in the family Termitidae and is found extensively across Ipswich and surrounding areas.

Nasutitermes walkeri are pretty common in coastal areas from Sydney through to Cairns.

You will notice that the genus has soldiers with nasute heads, which means the head is tapered to a long snout (nasus), and the mandibles are reduced.

The Nasutitermes soldiers are smaller than the workers and incredibly brave despite their fragile appearance.

These little soldiers charge the breach and release a white exudation from the nasus in defence when the colony is breached.

This species builds arboreal nests in trees, usually on the main trunk but sometimes on a fork or a large branch.

The nest is soft and fragile outside and can be easily broken and penetrated with a probe.

The arboreal nest is connected to other parts of the colony in the root crown or another subterranean part of the tree, both internally and externally.

It is common for Nasutitermes walkeri to damage timber in service, and it is found regularly in Ipswich homes.

Mastotermes darwinienis

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Source: Simon Hinkley & Ken Walker, Museum VictoriaCreative Commons licence: CC BY 3.0 AU

Mastotermes is a genus of termites in the family Mastotermitidae.

The Giant Northern Termite, Mastotermes darwinienis, is known as the Super Termite or Darwin Termite.

They are the most destructive termite in Australia and the Darwin stubby of termites. Still, thankfully it is limited to Northern Australia for now.

However, a small active colony in the Gold Coast hinterland hitched a ride from Northern Queensland.

And while there is no immediate concern to us in Ipswich, it is crucial to be aware of them should you ever decide to move north of Gladstone.

The Giant Northern Termite is about four times bigger than the subterranean termites we see locally and can destroy a home in less than 12 weeks.

This species is the number one reason every new home built in North Queensland has physical and chemical termite barriers installed during construction.

The colonies can range from a few thousand insects to hundreds of thousands, and they can bud off from the parent colony to create new colonies.

They attack houses, buildings, bridges, posts, poles, plants and animal products.

They can also ringbark, kill living trees, and damage crops like sugar cane.

Drywood Termites

West Indian Drywood Termite

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Source: Simon Hinkley & Ken Walker, Museum VictoriaCreative Commons licence: CC BY 3.0 AU

West Indian Drywood Termites, Cryptotermes brevis, are a termite species in the family Kalotermitidae, also known as the powderpost termite, and are considered the world’s most destructive drywood termite. 

They are an introduced species in Australia and have caused considerable economic damage to timber-in-service from Brisbane to Townsville in Queensland, with findings in Sydney and Canberra.

They can live completely inside timber structures or articles made of wood, such as furniture, without any outside water source.

West Indian Drywood Termites have been managed under legislation since their first detection in 1966, with the prevention and control program under the Biosecurity Act 2014 expiring on 15 January 2021.

A two-year transition strategy will commence on 1 July 2021 to help the community, industry, and local government manage the pest.

The West Indian Drywood Termite program has undergone a significant review over the past two years. As a result, it was not reinstated when the prevention and control program expired in early 2021.

The Queensland Government has previously undertaken surveillance and control activities. 

The Queensland Government will now transition to a community-based approach to help manage the long-term impacts and minimise the spread of the pest.

The shared approach will minimise the biosecurity risks and manage pests and diseases in Queensland is supported by the Biosecurity Act 2014.

Building owners in affected areas have a general biosecurity obligation to control and minimise the risk of pest spreading.

Local governments must be aware of West Indian Drywood Termite and protect social infrastructure and heritage assets.

Second-hand furniture sales and disposals must show greater awareness of the risks of moving affected timber and furniture.

The timber and forestry industry must show greater awareness of the pest in timber products and the impacts of moving products.

The building and construction industry must stay aware of West Indian Drywood Termites and their reporting obligations.

Transport and logistic companies must show greater awareness of the risks of moving infested timber or furniture.

Pest controllers are better equipped to detect and treat infestations, which is challenging to give a single treatment can cost $30,000 or more.

Preventing the spread of West Indian Drywood Termites to other parts of Australia and managing any possible market access impacts on moving timber interstate is the responsibility of everyone.

Native Drywood Termite

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Source: Simon Hinkley & Ken Walker, Museum VictoriaCreative Commons licence: CC BY 3.0 AU

The native drywood termite, Cryptotermes primus, is found throughout the coastal areas of Australia and is common in areas settled before 1940.

They attack the deadwood of living trees and timber-in-service with colonies that have up to 200 individuals and typically with less than ten soldiers.

The soldiers are pale in colour and measure 4 to 6 mm long with short, thick, dark heads. The reproductive Alates are pale yellow-brown with iridescent wings.

They often damage house stumps, flooring, skirting boards, beams, furniture and fence posts.

The native drywood termite is common in the sapwood of house stumps that can act as a source of infestation in flooring.

Sometimes they enter flooring through emergence holes made by the Queensland pine beetle.

Native drywood termites are often found in association with other termite species.

Dampwood Termites

Dampwood Termite

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Source: Caroline Harding MPICreative Commons licence: CC BY 3.0 AU

Dampwood Termites, Porotermes adamsoni, is a genus of termites in the Termopsidae family.

They are a pest of forest trees and rarely attack wood in buildings.

Small colonies are found behind rotting wood, such as sleepers in gardens.

They nest in trees, mainly eucalypts, logs and decaying tree stumps.

When found in trees, the centre of the nest is packed with what we call “mud guts”, a brown mudlike material made of faeces and wood.

They do not make shelter tubes or underground tunnels but focus their attack on damp or decaying wood closely joined to sound wood.

Dampwood termites are found along the east coast of Australia from southern Queensland to South Australia throughout the ACT and Tasmania.

As predominantly a pest of trees in forests, they rarely attack houses, but it can and does happen.

They usually attack areas of dampness, hence the name, from which they can move to sound timber.

You tend to find Dampwood termites attacking poles and houses more often in the highlands than on the coast.

You can control them by destroying the nest and removing any source of moisture.

Ringant Termite

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Source: Simon Hinkley & Ken Walker, Museum VictoriaCreative Commons licence: CC BY 3.0 AU

Neotermes is a genus of termites in the family Kalotermitidae and occurs over eastern Australia from Victoria to Torres Strait Island.

The Ringant Termite, Neotermes insularis, has the largest soldier caste of any Australian termite, measuring 9mm to 15mm.

You tend to find Ringant termites active in the softer rings of timber of eucalyptus trees.

The colonies can make huge galleries in the softer growth rings of trees, with a population of a thousand insects or more occurring in mature colonies.

The Ringant termites occur along the eastern coast of Australia in the forests of Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, and north across to Darwin.

They can be a severe pests in forests where they degrade the top part of commercial logs and prefer eucalyptus trees where attacks occur around branch scars.

The Ringant termite is encountered when tree surgery or felling occurs.


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