DEMISE™ DIY Termite Detection and Elimination Kit
Not just another termite baiting kit, but a system that really works!
Our DEMISE™ DIY Termite Kit – Small is an in-ground baiting system for termites that provides longterm continuous protection. They have been specially developed by Australian scientists and manufactured by TERMSEAL AUSTRALIA to suit Australian conditions.
We have spent a considerable amount of time and resources to eliminate the problems encountered from baiting systems over the years and our DIY Termite Kits are the end result. Not only do our kits detect termites but eliminates them as well as the colony.
DEMISE™ DIY Termite Detection & Elimination Kit – Small contents include:
- 5 x DEMISE™ In-Ground Bait Stations
- 5 x 50g Bags DEMISE™ CONVERGE™ Termite Activity Accelerant
- 10 x DEMISE™ Bait Wood Blocks
- 2 x 100g Bags of ABIDE™ Termite Bait
What is a Termite Bait Station?
Bait stations are in-ground termite monitoring system specially designed to lure, detect and intercept destructive species of termite. The system uses a number of “baited” enclosures (bait station), which are positioned in termite-prone locations in and around the home and out-buildings. A feeding accelerant, CONVERGE™ Termite Activity Accelerant, is initially placed in the bait station and once feeding is detected the ABIDE™ Termite Bait is added to the station. The bait is transferred back to the central nest by the Termites during the mutual feeding process. Stations need to be monitored regularly for termite activity.
How to install your DEMISE™ Kits
While some areas around the houses are considered more termite-prone than others, termites have the ability to show up almost anywhere! We recommend bait stations containing ABIDE™ Termite Bait be positioned directly onto areas of known activity. Termites are naturally drawn to moist, humid conditions. So bearing this in mind, anywhere excess water run-off and/or soil-to-wood contact occurs should be considered when installing the stations.
How long does it take for DEMISE™ Kits to work?
It depends on many variables, such as the species of termite (some are very timid and will avoid bait stations, even if only mildly disturbed), the number of termites that ingest the bait (if very few termites feed on the bait, effective treatment may not occur) and the time of year – during cold winters some termites hibernate. In ideal circumstances, it will likely take about 6 to 12 weeks.