Termites are often called White Ants, even though they don’t really resemble other ants. The only similarity is that they also present the social habit of forming colonies in which they live and breed. The size of these colonies vary from a few thousand termites to millions.

During warmer months, termites take flight from the nest to start new colonies. Some termite species build mounds, some nest underground while others live in the wood of trees.

In these colonies, each termite has a specific function or task.

With fast mutations ensuring each new generation of termites is more resilient than the last, it is important to have a full scope of termite pest control in your investment. Whether you’re located in a newer estate or an older part of town, termites can travel and only a handful are required to breed and infest new woods, granites, marble and other material.

Experts in the trade of professional termite pest control, Forensic Pest Control have a fully qualified team of professionals who can eradicate termite colonies. With a professional inspection, extermination and maintenance plan, we look to ensure your property does not suffer internal damage from pests. Witness first hand your maintenance options through a well-drafted plan, and if you have any questions we’re never far away. Our customers are always complimentary of our attention to detail and willingness to help out wherever we can. Our business publishes the latest  information and consulting on how to keep tight termite control mechanisms.

It is often the case with termites that structural damage doesn’t happen until late in the infestation. This means you need regular termite pest control in your home today, in order to prevent losing equity. Termites establish cohesive colonies with roots deep in walls and foundations of factories, houses and buildings, and are a nuisance to destroy without professional help.

Pesticide treatments of termite colonies in thebasin is required to protect investments and prevent damage to property, materials and foundations. As termites devour any material from woods, granites and other fillings long before structural damage is apparent, it is important to implement a termite treatment immediately when you see signs of infestation.

Treatments are not just standard pesticides applied to corners and obvious crannies. It is about maintenance and damage protection across inspection, extermination and maintenance of your property. A full process is required to quickly and effectively kill colonies and remove termites for good.

We manage this process at Forensic Pest Control with a high attention to detail and ensuring every customer is looked after in depth. We understand how each type of insect behaves and publish information to the public on how to implement termite treatments  yourself. Our professional help can enable you to remove that overwhelming colony of termites eating you out of your investment property. We can cater for most business schedules in order to protect your home and drive out a nasty infestation.

We have access to termite treatments that do not appear on the market. As such, we hold an unbridled reputation for effective upheaval of colonies and effective maintenance plans. A full process of inspection, extermination and maintenance is required to achieve full removal of colony pests. That’s why it’s important to use a professional, industrial solution to a common problem across Sydney.

At Forensic Pest control we provide termite pest control, termite inspections as well as termite treatment. For more information on our services click here or call us today.



The termite soldier has a brown head and white body with tong-like jaws which it uses for protecting the colony. The termite soldier measures up to 12mm.



The queen lives the longest, with a lifespan of up to 20 years. She lies in the centre of the colony, never to be seen on the outside. She is capable of reproducing up to 1000 termite eggs per day. Once these eggs hatch, each of these termites will then also fulfil its specific task within the colony.



The termite workers are pale in colour. They have soft bodies and measure up to 6mm. They are responsible for feeding the termite queen and building the colony.