Brisbane, Gold Coast and Gladstone
Need Commercial business termite inspections or management for unwanted guests? We offer commercial termite control in Brisbane, Gold Coast and Gladstone, carried out by our expert technicians assuring your business is safe and termite free.
No matter what industry you are in it is essential you have dependable termite control for your property.
To ensure the safety of your staff and customers, all our services are compliant with SWMS.
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We start on the outside of your property looking for areas which are highly attractive to termite activity, such as wet areas next to your house structure.
These may be:
These are perfect conditions for a termite colony.
Moving around the entire exterior of your home in a systematic way we check under:
Photos are taken of area of interest for the report.
We move through the inside of a house viewing and touching, scrutinising for defects in the timber and paint work:
Tapping window and door frames to test the integrity and density of all accessible timbers and walls.
Banging the walls from time to time to disturb any termite activity so we can hear termites and listen if their mud workings begin the fall in the wall.
After your inspection has been completed your termite inspector will discuss any areas of concern. Your report will be prepared, and you’ll find they are thorough, including photos to make easier reading. Your report may include information to help you understand how some minor, inexpensive changes inside and around your home can make a difference.
A termite inspector has additional qualifications to that of a pest technician. The termite inspectors’ job is to look for termite activity (old and current), mould, moisture, borer, and general evidence of attack to surface timbers including decay. This covers all timbers inside and outside of a building, including inside the roof as well as around the perimeter of the property. Consideration is given to identify if there is a current protective system in place and an assessment is made on its effectivity and currency. A full report (approximately 14 pages) is provided including photos is provided. The report will provide recommendations for management and protection of termites moving forward. Inspections include residential, commercial, and industrial property.
No. There is a fee for a termite inspector to come and conduct a termite inspection, which usually takes approximately 2 hours depending on the size of the property and includes a full written report.
Depending on the risk to the property, frequency of a termite inspection can vary. A number of factors need to be considered including termite activity, food source for termites, construction, typography, location etc. A minimum recommendation is an annual termite and timber pest inspection.
Every state in Australia other than Tasmania is susceptible to termite attack.
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