Standard Termite Inspection

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Standard Termite Inspection

Let the friendly and experienced staff at Pest Police Australia help protect your investment by carrying out an annual standard termite inspection on your property.

FIND INFESTATIONS EARLY ON

As termites work quite efficiently in destroying structural timbers in your home, it is imperative that annual termite inspections are carried out to detect an early infestation. If you have trees nearby, then you may have termites nearby as well! Our technicians can alert you of any potential dangers around your property and test drill high-risk trees, if necessary, for a termite nest.

PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE!

If your neighbour has had a termite problem, or you suspect you are in a termite-prone area, it is a must to obtain a pest inspection. The cost of such an inspection is minuscule in comparison with the cost of repairs your house may need after an all-out termite assault.

GET AN ANNUAL INSPECTION NOW

An Annual Inspection includes:

All our technicians are fully licensed and experienced in the pest control industry

Termite-detection dogs (additional charges apply)

A free quote for preventative or remedial termite treatments

Our technicians are more than happy to discuss any pest-related queries you may have in regards to your property

Latest thermal imaging camera and terma-trac (motion detection) available

Same-day reporting system

The cost of your inspection deducted from any full termite treatment

I DON’T HAVE TERMITES. DO I NEED TO HAVE AN INSPECTION?

Recent studies show that more than one in three houses will suffer termite damage at some stage in its life. In many cases, termite damage will occur in concealed areas behind plaster in your walls and may be undetectable to the naked eye, which is where our expertise and high-tech equipment comes in. We can bring other pest control issues to your attention at the time of inspection.

MY HOUSE IS ON A CONCRETE SLAB, IS IT STILL AT RISK FOR A TERMITE ATTACK?

Termites only need a gap of 1.6mm in a concrete slab, around water or waste pipes through the slab to enter your home and attack structural timbers. Also, houses on a concrete slab are harder to treat for termites as internal drilling may be required through the slab.

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