Why do I need a Termite Inspection?
When homes are being built the pad or concrete slab is initially treated for Termites. Many people believe that this termite treatment should be sufficient to last the life of the house.
This is not the case. Termite Treatments and Termiticides have a life span according to the manufacturers instructions and some only last 2 to 3 years.
- Do you know what is in place at your home or business for termite protection?
- Was a building and pest inspection carried out prior to construction?
- How long has it been since your last termite inspection?
Everything looks Ok How do I know I have Termites?
You may not see any signs of termites until it's too late. The only way you can be really sure you don't have termites is to have an Annual Timber Pest Inspection by our qualified Timber Pest Inspector.
What's the first step for a termite inspection?
The first step is a thorough, detailed, systematic termite inspection of your home. We give you a written report on the day and can also give you our recommendations for termite treatment, ongoing termite management and termite protection.
How long does a termite inspection take?
Depending on the site, the first termite or white ant inspection for timber pests will take around 1-2 hours.
Will I get value for money?
What is your home worth? Can you afford to not give your home a yearly safety check against termite infestation. It's a critical part of maintaining your home.
Contact us today and we can quote you over the phone 9755 3925.
Will I have to leave the house during the termite inspection?
Not usually. Most work can be undertaken with you at home.
What if I find Live Termites in my Home?
Most importantly do not disturb any live Termites or their mud tubing. Call the team at Southcape Pest Management and we will send out our termite inspector to your redidence for Pest Control in the Bunbury, Busselton and Dunsborough area to complete a thorough termite Inspection to begin termite treatment straight away.
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