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Subterranean termites are by far the most destructive timber pest in the world, and are responsible for causing the greatest economic losses of timber in Australia.  The CSIRO has calculated that 1 in every 5 homes is attacked by termites with an estimated costs to homeowners valued at over $200 million in Australia each year.

There are over 300 species of termite in Australia, or which about 15 are likely to cause damage of any economic significance.

Termite will often damage materials they cannot digest such as plastic, rubber, insulation or mortar.  Primarily this damage occurs when the indigestible items are encountered in the termites’ search for food.

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