Should I Get A Termite Inspection?
There are times when it's not easy to detect a termite infestation in your home. A termite infestation may only be noticeable once you notice extensive damage to your property.
Termites could eat wooden structures in your home without being noticed. The damage will not always be noticeable as termites act from the inside of wooden structures. These pests create tunnels inside wooden structures. If your property is located in a termite-prone area, spending a few dollars for a full termite inspection may save you money in the long run.
Our pest exterminators adhere to strict termite control industry standards and are fully licensed and equipped to deal with termites in your home or commercial property. For termite control Sydney wide, you can count on the masters!
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Why do I need a termite inspection?
Thousands or even millions of termites could feed for a long period of time in and around your home without being noticed. Their eating habits can cause severe damage to the wooden structure of your home as termites feed on cellulose and any wooden structure in your home.
If you suspect that there might be termites (white ants) in your home, the biggest mistake that you can do is to ignore it. We recommend that you regularly book a building and pest inspection to keep these stubborn pests away.
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What Happens During A Termite Inspection?
A termite inspection is a visual inspection of all the areas in your property susceptible to a termite infestation. We'll conduct a strategic and thorough inspection to check any termite activity. We'll inspect both the interior and exterior of your property. This includes ceilings, basements and crawlspace areas. We will also inspect your backyard or garden including trees, wooden fences and wooden sheds.
After a thorough building and pest inspection, we'll determine the right solution to your termite problem. Our services include installation of termite barrier, physical or chemical termite control. Read this infographic we've prepared for you.
How do pest exterminators use thermal imagery to detect termites?
It is not always possible to detect termites through visual inspection. Our pest control company uses thermal detection to aid the termite inspection process. The heat given off by termites can be detected easily with thermal imagery. Thermal detection enables our pest controllers to find signs of a termite infestation even at its early stages.
Although there is no denying that using a regular inspection is the cheaper of the two options, it is not always as accurate as using thermal termite detection. A thermal detection also enables the pest controller to spot termite nests even in hard-to-reach areas. With thermal detection, there won’t be a need to open up wooden structures or cause any kind of damage in your home to locate the exact spot of the termite nest.
How Long Does A Termite Inspection Take?
A thorough pest control termite inspection procedure takes no more than an hour. A simple phone call to our service on (02) 8007 4666 will help you save thousands of dollars in the future when the real damage is apparent. (Related: How to get rid of termites)
Why is termite control important?
Why should you book our termite control services in Sydney?
If you think you have a termite infestation, our experts will be able to provide you with a full written termite inspection report and advise you on the best course of action. We are licensed building and pest professionals and members of the Australian Environmental Pest Managers Association. We abide by strict industry standards to provide you the safest and most reliable pest control in Sydney.
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