How often do I need to check for termites?
We recommend that termite inspections should be carried out by a professional at least once a year, however, there are many factors to consider and, depending on the situation, we may recommend bi annual or even quarterly inspections.
It is important to note that some species of termite can cause major damage in a short amount of time if left un-treated.
Are the chemicals used safe?
The chemicals we use are safe and approved by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA).
We use the same methods in our own home where there are children and pets.
A thorough risk assessment is carried out prior to each treatment and we are always happy to discuss any concerns you may have in relation to keeping your family safe.
How much does a treatment cost?
The cost of a pest treatment varies from job to job and there are many factors to consider. The type of pest, level of infestation, size of property, are just a few of the things we take into consideration with our pricing guide. We are proud to offer very competitive prices without compromising on quality.
How long does a service take?
The average time for a treatment/inspection is between 1-3 hours, however this can vary depending on the type of service.
Do you service commercial clients?
Yes we do service many types of commercial sites such as; cafes, restaurants, office buildings, factories etc.
Do I need to prepare my house before a treatment?
Before a treatment, we recommend to ensure the house is tidy so a thorough treatment can be done. Make sure there is no washing on the clothesline, floors are clean, remove pet food and water bowls.
Can I be present when a treatment is happening?
Yes you can be present during treatments however there are some situations where we recommend that you step the house for a short time. We are always happy to discuss these with you, and any other concerns you have.
What should I do if I find termites?
The most important thing to remember if you come across termites is DO NOT disturb them or self treat, and cover them. Contact us as soon as possible to come and do a thorough inspection of your property and discuss management options moving forward.