Hiring Pest Extermination in McGraths Hill
Close enough to nature and just a few kilometres from the central business district, McGraths Hill is the perfect compromise between city and rural living. Avoid having city rats and wasps from the wild from ruining your home. Be mindful of your surrounding areas as infestations outside can easily lead to infestations indoors. At Masters Pest Control Sydney, we inspect your surrounding areas carefully to provide you the right strategy that stops pests infestations once and for all!
Book our pester control services and keep pests from invading your space today. Send us a message or call (02) 8007 4666 to book our pest control team in McGraths Hill. We make sure you get the best value for your money’s worth!
Why book our pest control services?
Masters Pest Control Sydney is the leading pest company in McGraths Hill! For 40 years, we have been helping home and building owners keep their beloved properties pest free and we have a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee!
We’re the best at what we do! The Masters is fully licensed and our team of certified pest control experts are well-trained and highly experienced in providing the most comprehensive pest control service and property pest reports on the market.
We make pest control cost-effective! We price match and make sure you get the most cost-effective pest control services when you book the masters.
We are flexible! We respect your busy schedules so we adjust our services to your time and availability.
We’ve got you covered! We can handle all common types of pests in Australia including termites, cockroaches, spiders, rats, bed bugs and many more.
Common Types of Pests
Termites - Termites are white ant-like insects that eat wood. Due to their small size, termites can burrow into wood crevices or hide within wooden beams, walls, or furniture without being noticed. For this reason, termites can create large-scale damage and only get detected when damage to property is already sizable. Such damages cost Australians billions of dollars every year and property owners spend just as much in termite treatment and prevention.
Cockroaches - Cockroaches are brown pests which are found all over the world. They are incredibly resourceful and resilient; they can live anywhere, eat anything, and breed in almost any environment. Keeping a property clean is not enough to keep cockroaches out. They find food and water almost anywhere and they always find a way into a property. They can crawling through doors, windows, and pipes. They can also enter through holes or cracks or hitch a ride via bags, packages, etc.
Spiders - Spiders are small arachnids with eight legs. They feed on insects and they’re also some of the most prevalent pests found indoors. Spiders like to build webs in dark, untouched, corners of rooms. Because they prey on other insects, they aren’t the worst pests to have around, however, they are still unwelcome in our homes and offices. Their webs are unsightly and dirty and they also scare a lot of people. Arachnophobia or fear of spiders is one of the most common phobias in the world.
Rats - Rats are medium-sized rodents with long tails. They like to gnaw on almost everything, be it plastic, wood, or even weaker metals and thinner concrete. Due to this, they bite through pipes and wirings, causing water leakage, electricity disruptions, and sometimes, even fires. Rats also eat anything and they carry disease with them. Eating food that rats contaminated can cause serious sickness and requires medical attention. That’s why rats are some of the most destructive pests to have. They are a danger to property and our health.
Bed Bugs - Bed bugs are little brown parasites that feed on animal or human blood. Bed bugs don’t have nests though they are known to hide in mattresses, headboards, or bed frames and come out at night to feed on people. They bite people to draw blood, during which they become engorged. After feeding, they can leave behind itchy welts on the skin which some mistake for rashes. Because bed bugs are really small and have flat bodies, they can fit into the smallest holes and can go unnoticed for a long time.
How to prevent pests
The best way pest control is prevention. Keep your property well-maintained and as much as possible, dry. Also, be mindful of your food and water storage. They attract pests so store your food properly in sealed containers. Always wipe surfaces like kitchen counters and dining tables after use and always take out the trash.
You should also make sure there are no stagnant bodies of water or damp surfaces, especially wood. Fix broken pipes to prevent water leakage. Eliminate damp areas and make sure water doesn’t enter your property, even on the sub-floor. Adding a vent increases air circulation in your sub-floor which helps keep the area dry.
Last but not least, regularly inspect your surrounding areas. Pest infestations in your surroundings will affect your property as well. And be wary of plants and trees. They attract pests so make sure they aren’t leaning into or over your property. And don’t forget to keep your yard clean and use sealed containers for waste disposal.
We want to make the process or removing pests as simple and straightforward, without requiring expensive multiple treatments. We aim to get your home pest-free the first time!
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