Miranda NSW

To the south of the Sydney central business district is Miranda, the commercial centre for the southern suburban area of Sydney. The suburb is best known for the Westfield Miranda shopping centre, which attracts visitors from surrounding areas such as the Sutherland Shire, the St George area to as far away as Wollongong. Running parallel to Kingsway, the mall crosses over Kiora Road and Wandella Road, one of the major roads of Miranda. 

Once gaining reputations as the largest shopping centre in the Southern Hemisphere, Westfield Miranda has undergone a series of renovations and now provides 107,000 square metres of retail space and housing the Greater Union’s rooftop cinema complex and Sky Zone trampoline park. There is also a shopping strip along Kingsway and Kiora Road, which is surrounded by many commercial developments rising in the locality. The Lederer Shopping Centre Miranda is another shopping complex that contains Coles supermarket and various other shops. Miranda railway station is a part of the Cronulla branch of the Illawarra line on the Sydney Trains network.

Miranda has a mixture of population densities varying from low, medium to high. According to the 2016 census of Population, it was home to 15,284 residents. Only 24 kilometres away from the city centre, the suburb is highly welcoming with the beach just down the road, parks in walking distance, and great, friendly neighbours. However, just like most areas in Sydney and Australia, Miranda also attracts a host of uninvited rats, roaches and pests.

Why pest control in Miranda is important

Common household pests are ants, cockroaches, silverfish, spiders, rats, mice, and many others. Termites are the major concern in the area since recent surveys suggested that 30% of homes in Miranda are susceptible to termite infestation, and insurance will not cover termite-caused timber damages. These creatures can find their way into households or work environments through various paths such as cardboard boxes, pipes, vents, unsealed doors, open windows and cracks in the foundation. Upon entry, they can then easily build their nests, settle down, which will then lead to damaged amenities and potential health risks triggered by their traces of existence. That explains the needs of most residential properties in Miranda for annual pest control practices.

Meanwhile, commercial premises have these practices undertaken in higher frequency on account of their health and safety requirements. It is when professional pest control companies often come to play to eliminate the risk. There are many local agencies available offering both domestic and commercial services across Miranda. Many of those claim to have over-30-year experience and provide flexible solutions that ensure the safety of pregnant women, children, pets and plants.