With over 35 years of experience in termite control, CDI Pest Management is your trusted defence against the relentless threat of termites. 

Our team of qualified timber pest inspectors and termite-experienced technicians provides comprehensive termite solutions, including;

Understand the threat of Subterranean Termites

In the welcoming climate of Southeast Queensland, termites are a threat to both homes and businesses. 

Subterranean termites, known for their stealth, can enter properties through tiny cracks and begin devouring the structure from the inside out. 

They are so good at it that damage can go unnoticed for up to 18 months and they can cause irreparable structural damage within 12 months.

Subterranean termites enter homes and commercial buildings from beneath, where they create hidden passages and tunnels, making their presence incredibly hard to detect.

Their quiet invasion damages approximately one in every five houses in Australia and in 2023, CSIRO Survey indicates about 1 in 3 dwellings have termites within the property boundary.

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Early Detection & Prevention

Australian standards recommend annual termite inspections to catch signs of termite activity before they become costly problems.

Proactive measures include Termite Management Systems and regular termite inspections conducted by qualified experts.

Don't wait for visible damage - act proactively today to safeguard your investments against the relentless risk of termites.

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5 Signs of Termites

Recognizing the early warning signs of termite infestation is crucial in safeguarding our homes against structural compromise. In this guide, we delve into five subtle indicators that could signal a termite invasion, empowering you to protect your property proactively.


Picture this; a swarm of winged insects congregating around your home. These are alates, the reproductive members of termite colonies embarking on a quest to establish new nests. Typically emerging after rainfall, these flying termites shed their wings post-mating, leaving behind telltale signs of their presence. Keep a vigilant eye out for discarded wings as a potential indicator of looming termite trouble.

Hollow Timber

Imagine tapping on a wooden surface only to be met with an unsettling hollow echo. Such auditory cues, accompanied by a papery sensation upon touch, could signify termite-induced degradation within your home's wooden structures. Instances of household objects unexpectedly breaching weakened timber serve as further evidence of termite infiltration.

Mud Galleries

Nature's architects, termites, leave behind distinctive structures known as mud tubes or galleries. These intricate pathways, composed of mud and debris, serve as conduits for termite travel, offering protection from light and maintaining optimal humidity levels. During inspections, the presence of these mud tubes along walls or foundations should raise red flags for potential termite activity.

Warped Doors and Windows

Have you noticed your once smoothly operating doors and windows suddenly becoming stubborn and difficult to open? While attributed to environmental factors like humidity, such issues could also be indicative of termite-induced structural damage. Moisture generated by termites as they feast and tunnel through wood can warp structures, impeding functionality.

Auditory Cues

Amidst the silence of your home, listen closely for faint clicking sounds emanating from within walls. These audible cues are the battle cries of soldier termites, signaling danger to their colony mates by tapping their heads against wood. Additionally, the faint rustling of worker termites devouring wood can sometimes be heard, serving as a subtle yet ominous reminder of their presence.

By heeding these subtle signs and remaining vigilant, homeowners can take proactive measures to combat termite infestations before irreparable damage occurs.

Termite Inspections

CDI Pest Management are experts in identifying and treating termite infestation. We have various types of technology to detect them when there are no visible signs such as moisture sensors, heat sensors and sound sensors. If termite activity is found, CDI Pest Management will provide you with recommendations for the suitable treatments available for your property.

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