Termite Education

Termites are a very common pest in Cyprus and as termite infestations can be dangerous and costly, it’s important to be educated on precautions you can take to protect your home from termites.

Without proper precautions, the termites that naturally occur in the Earth will eventually make their way upwards into the structure and begin to eat any wooden materials they find, damaging the structural integrity of the building and presenting severe dangers to the occupants.

Feel free to call us for a consultation if you suspect you have a termite problem.

Termite Prevention

Termite Monitoring

We can insert monitoring devices into the soil on the perimeter of a building to check for termite activity. if you choose this service, we examine the detector devices every time we visit to make sure an infestation isn’t happening at the location.

Termite Treatment

In situations where a termite infestation has already occurred in a building, the only way to tackle it is with specially formulated termite chemicals. Our company has more than 20 years of experience in termite treatment, and we’re the only company in Cyprus with specialist technicians dedicated to termite and woodworm eradication.

We only use government-approved chemicals which have proven results.


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 Perhaps the most dangerous pest in Cyprus, termites can tear your house down if not treated by a professional.

Termite Nymphs


 Termites are social and can form large nests or colonies, consisting of very different looking individuals (castes). Physically the largest individual is the queen. Her function is to lay eggs, sometimes thousands in a single day. A king is always by her side.

Termite Queen


Other individuals have large heads with powerful jaws, or a bulblike head that squirts liquid. These individuals are called soldiers. But the largest group of termites in a colony is the workers. They toil long hours tending the queen, building the nest, or gathering food.  As termites live up to twenty feet underground, problems with them stem from the earth. They come into the house through cracks or dampness and feed on wood. Some termites have wings, while others don’t.

Termite Life Cycle

Termite Life Cycle

 Signs of termite infestation include swarming of winged forms in fall and spring and evidence of tunneling in wood. Darkening or blistering of wooden structural members is another indication of an infestation; wood in damaged areas is typically thin and easily punctured with a knife or screwdriver.