WHAT ABOUT AFTER THE COLONY HAS BEEN ERADICATED?
TFN recommends installing Venus Termite Traps to Protect Your Home: An Early Warning System
- During the eradication process, traps are placed strategically around the outside of your home. The traps will act as an early warning system to detect future infestations. The type of timber used in these traps is best attractant for termites, they are unable to resist.
- 14-18 traps are the regular number of traps needed to protect a home. [Number of traps will vary depending on the size of the house and surrounds.]
Venus Termite Traps
TFN uses Venus Termite Traps as an early warning system to detect termite (White Ant) activity in your yard before they get to your home.
These traps are filled with termites’ favourite food. Venus traps can save you thousands of dollars as they entice these destructive insects into a place where they can be seen, then eradicated without penetrating you home.
These same traps are used to house the baits termites carry back to their colony. Once in the colony, this bait kills the queen and other termites without harming your family, pets or gardens. There’s no toxic sprays or residues to put people at risk.
Baits used by TFN to destroy termite colonies will not leave harmful residues – guaranteed!
The Venus Termite Trap is the most practical and effective monitoring tool. The timber in the trap is easily accessible to termites and is highly attractive to them.
Instead of attacking your home, termites in the area will certainly feed from the traps as an initial source of food.
They’ve gone! Those pesky critters who fed on our door frames and floorboards have been beaten at last. They made a mockery of expensive so-called “pest control” efforts. But yout “Termite Free” team lived up to a promise to find the home base and destroy it. From our first contact we were impressed. My wife and I knew we had found a companyof honest, dedicated people who were determined to help us, and for a reasonable price. you’ve done that Scott and thank tou. We are going to miss the morning cuppas on those return traps of yours to check out bait traps were clear. But rest assured we have told “the world” about finding you and your team.
Lea and Graham McInerney, Victor Harbour
Lea and Graham McInereney,